English breakfast tea or black tea contains L-theanine, an amino acid that helps in attention and focus. In moderation and when mixed with caffeine, this can help you relax and complete tasks with higher productivity and efficiency.
Slows down ageing
Black tea usually contains up to 28 grams of catechins per cup. Catechins are polyphenols that are anti-inflammatory and reduce oxidation in the body, slowing down ageing at a cellular level.
Improved energy and metabolism
The catechins found in English breakfast tea have been proven to improve the energy and metabolism of the individual.
Reduced disease risk
English breakfast tea contains polyphenols that reduce the spread of cancer cells, regulate their growth and stop the development of new cancer cells. Regular drinkers of English breakfast tea also face reduced risks of stroke.
How to prepare?
Heat milk or water to a pan and bring it to a boil. Transfer it to a glass of water and dip the tea packet for an instant, delicious English Breakfast Tea. Add sugar to begin your day on a relaxed note.