The journal Circulations serves up another great reason to drink tea. Research shows that drinking tea may reduce the risk of death following a heart attack.
The research shows that people who drank two or more cups a day had a 44 percent lower death rate following their heart attacks than did non-tea drinkers.
Another big plus in tea’s column comes courtesy of a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Their study discovered that tea drinkers have stronger bones than non-tea drinkers. People who drank tea regularly for at least 6 years had greater bone mineral density than those who didn’t. Those who drank tea for more than 10 years had the highest bone density.
Guess that means it’s always a good time for Tea Time!