Regular consumption of tea can reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes, tooth decay, says study.
Black tea, Britain's favourite, has anti-oxidants to help the heart, the Daily Star reported.
A brew, even when taken with sugar, is also good at combating two types of bacteria linked with tooth decay and gum disease.
Dr Carrie Ruxton, an independent health expert who did the research, said that tea is great for teeth, and found tea can help with dieting.
She said that natural compounds found in tea, called flavonoids, promote fat burning and slow down fat absorption in the gut.