Many people considering red tea or green tea use ask themselves the question: Why is red tea better than green tea? Before answering the question, it is good to find out about the purpose of drinking the tea or the purpose for using the tea.
Let’s have a look at the major benefits of the green tea and the red tea.
Green tea is one of the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. These include improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and many other impressive benefits.
It can also help you lose weight. Several studies have suggested that the flavonoids and caffeine in green tea can help elevate metabolic rate, increase fat oxidation and even improve insulin activity.
Drinking between 2 and 3 cups of hot green tea throughout the day should be sufficient for supplementing weight loss. The exact amount will vary from person to person, depending on how much caffeine they consume and their natural metabolism.
Red tea is also considered by many to be extremely beneficial in many way. It has anti-inflammatory powers and its antioxidant content also show promise in protecting against many diseases, including cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Some studies have even found that this tea may enhance weight loss and help fight belly fat.
Many people swear by a red tea called Rooibos. This tea contains polyphenols that help to fight free radicals, keeping your body healthy and ready to tackle the day. Rooibos, meaning ‘red bush’; is a broom-like member of the Fabaceae family of plants that grows in South Africa.
Now from the comparisons above, it is clear to see that the two teas are both good for you and are used for the same and sometimes different purposes. How your body reacts to one or the other will determine which is better for you. Before using any tea or body altering program always consult a doctor first and seek as much information as possible.
So in conclusion when asking: Why is red tea better than green tea? the answer should be which tea is better for me base on my needs?