Coffee and Tea
Tea and coffee are both very old beverages that have been enjoyed for ages for their rich flavor and tasty ingredients. People also appreciate the health benefits of these flavorful drinks, yet there are just as many comparisons as there are differences between these two beverages. Tea has been favored both for its health benefits and for its unique flavor. Tea has been a main part of people's diets in the eastern world as well as of places in the west, like England. Today it is still a main component in the American diet, at least in part due to the differences of its flavors. Some people choose to start their daily routine with a strong cup of Black tea, while others relax and unwind with a nice cup of Chamomile Tea. While most teas are often enjoyed mainly for their taste, many teas are rich in antioxidants. Teas potent in these natural substances are able to help the body defend itself against the potential onset of many types of cancer. Green tea has always been believed to be one of the most potent in reference to antioxidants, and as a result it has been the subject of more scientific studies in the past. Recent studies have suggested that there may even be a link between the presence of green tea in the Japanese diet and the country's overall lower rate of cancer and their lack of obesity.
While it has never been doubted that tea has numerous potential health benefits, it has only recently been discovered that it’s common adversary, coffee, may also have health properties which are beneficial for the human mind and body. In the past decade scientists have begun to analyze the chemicals of the coffee bean, and, as a result, have found that dark coffee, like tea, is very rich in antioxidants. It has also been stated that daily coffee drinking may help with the memory and with the prevention of certain types of cancer. For decades coffee drinks have been enjoyed both for their strong caffeine properties and for the unique, bold...
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