Health and Nutrition Benefits of Chocolate Tea
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Health and Nutrition Benefits of Chocolate Tea

The Mayan civilization was one of the first ones to invent sipping chocolate. Europe got a taste of it after the Spanish conquerors visited the American continent in the 16th century. From that point, the health and nutrition benefits of chocolate became widely popular across the globe. Chocolate became the most favourite ingredients in various food and beverages. Taking a cue, Golden tips introduced Chocolate tea that becomes an instant hit with our customers. So, what makes chocolate tea so effective & liked by so many people around the world?

Chocolate Flavoured Black Tea

A refreshing blend of high grow full leaf black tea combined with natural extracts of Chocolate. This bright liquoring tea makes for a robust and flavoury cup.

Chocolate contains powerful antioxidants known as polyphenols –the healthy micronutrients found in wine, berries, and grapes. In addition, it also contains a large amount of catechins and epicatechins – the beneficial micronutrients found in green tea .

As a result, chocolate tea offers the following health benefits:

1. Reduces Cancer Risk

The flavanols in chocolate have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties, keeping free radicals at bay. They help to invade cells and reduce cancer risk.

2. Lowers Body Mass Index (BMI)

There has been a lot of discussion on how chocolate can lower BMI, .i.e. your measurements in terms of height and weight. According to a U.S. study comprising 1,000 Californians, it was found that participants who took a higher chocolate intake could reduce their BMI. Do note that there was no influence of exercise regimes or any diet on these results.

3. Improves Vision

Researchers from the University of Readers gained interest in identifying whether the flavanols in chocolate could improve vision. For that, they ran a small experiment and finally concluded that chocolate does improve vision.

4. Helps with Diabetes

There is a misconception that chocolate tea is not a good drink for diabetics. As per a study conducted at the University of L’Aquila, the correct dose of chocolate flavonoids can enhance the insulin function in the human body and improve metabolism. Therefore, diabetics don’t necessarily have to avoid chocolate tea, although it’s better to see a few more studies.

5. Lowers Blood Pressure

A while back, it was noted that people in Central America had lower blood pressure than people living in other continents. Studies showed that this change was attributed to their intake of chocolate. Chocolate contains flavanols that can improve nitric oxide levels in the blood, enhance the function of your blood vessels and minimize blood pressure.

6. Keeps Your Heart Healthy

Plenty of studies show that the flavonoids in chocolate tea help your arteries and veins to stay supple. There were seven studies comprising more than 100,000 people who were asked to take chocolate for a specified period. The study concluded that these people reduced their risk of heart attack by 37%, whereas the chances of stroke were also reduced to 29%.

Final Thoughts

Chocolate has captivated the world for thousands of years and it is still a notable part of modern cuisine for both its taste and health benefits.

Do you love chocolate? Do you love tea? Then order the chocolate tea from Golden Tea Tips and, at the same time, enjoy several health benefits.

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Chocolate Flavoured Black Tea | Golden Tips Tea

Shop Now: . A refreshing blend of high grows full-leaf black tea combined with natural extracts of Chocolate. This bright liquoring tea makes for a robust and flavoury cup. Brewing Notes: Put 2 grams of Chocolate Black Tea Leaves in a cup. Pour 200ml of freshly boiled water over the leaves. Steep for 3-5 Minutes. Add sugar or honey as a sweetener. Ice cubes may be added to chill. Best served without or with very little milk. . . Follow us- Facebook-​ Instagram-​ LinkedIn-​ Twitter-​ . . #ChocolateBlackTea #GoldenTipsTea #ChocolateTea #ChocolateChai

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