Drink the right drink and drink Ispahani Tea

The word “Chai, Garam Chai…” is a familiar tune which echoes the length and breadth of our nation, it rings in the morning freshness with a force, which is at once forceful, and stamps that “feel good” factor to ring a good day ahead. Tea has and continues to be a herbal drink which pulls in and attracts hordes of people from all walks of life.

Tea possesses that special quality to put away stress-related impurities and inject the spirit of energy into one’s body system. Long stressful days at work, lack of exercise, too much convenience, food that is high in fat and sugar but low in fibre, can all take its toll. A well-earned tea break is often the way to catch your breath, but it can also be beneficial to your heart.

Tea varies in characteristics and flavour according to the type of soil, the altitude and the climactic conditions of the area in which it grows. Other contributory factors are the method by which it is processed and, of course, blending together teas from different areas. There are more than 1,500 teas to choose from and they grow in more than 31 nations.

We know the worth of this reality and our product Ispahani Tea incorporates the best of all this and has earned the appreciation of one and all.

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Health Facts

Research tells us that if one gulps a cup of tea, one gulps in as a whole range of battle-resistant shields, which keeps the enemy body radicals at an arm’s distance. It has also revealed that how we live our modern lives often shows how things like pollution or too much sun can be harmful to us. Our bodies are being attacked constantly from inside by unstable substances called free radicals that may damage healthy cells. Free radical damage has been implicated in diseases such as heart disease, stroke and cancers. It is thought that one of the ways of combating these free radicals is by regularly consuming foods and drinks that are rich in substances called antioxidants. As well as fruit and vegetables being good sources of these, you can top up your daily antioxidant intake by drinking tea. That’s because tea is widely known to be rich in a group of antioxidants called flavonoids.

For example, there is eight times the amount of ‘anti-oxidant power’ in three cups of tea than that of in one apple, and every time you brew up in a cup or a pot for upto one minute you get 140 mg of free radical-fighting flavonoids. Who’d have thought that taste could be so good for you!

It is worthwhile to quote the words of Dr. John Weisburger, Director Emeritus, American Health Foundation, “Tea contains specific antioxidants and health promoting ingredients which lowers the risk of health disease, stroke and other types of cancer as oral, prostrate and pancreatic.” Medical research also has proved that the drink provides innumerable health benefits, which is further supported by facts that even in ancient days it was used to treat common ailments.

We wish to disclose the following relevant facts, which further enhance its aura

Flavonoids in Tea prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, thereby lowering the risk of heart disease.

  • Polyphenolic Antioxidants in Tea reduces the various arms of cancer as lung, fore-stomach, oesophagus, duodenum, pancreas, colon, liver and breast.
  • It is termed as being tooth-friendly, protects the teeth from caries and helps to prevent tooth-decay.
  • It acts as a shield against diseases like Diabetes, Blood Pressure, Tumour, Ulceration, Inflammation, Intestinal problems and so on.
  • Drinking tea every day can keep the doctor at bay.
  • Tea is a naturally refreshing drink and taken on its own; it has no calories, so it’s the perfect drink to keep you looking good and feeling fit. When taken with milk, as is the preference of 98% of the population, and four cups of tea a day can provide you with significant amounts of the following nutrients: 17% of the recommended intake for calcium, 5% for zinc, 22% for Vitamin B2, 5% for folic acid, and Vitamins B1 and B6.
  • A cup of tea is also a good source of manganese, which is essential for general physical development, and potassium, which helps to maintain your body’s fluid balance.
  • Tea could be beneficial for your heart. The results from trials so far show that flavonoids may prevent the oxidation of the so-called bad cholesterol in the blood that leads to the build up of plaque in artery walls, as well as protecting the blood vessels from inflammation and inhibiting blood clot formation.
  • Tea is a great natural source of fluoride, which is found in water and added to toothpaste because it can actually strengthen tooth enamel. Tea provides 70% of our daily Fluoride intake, fluoride is needed to support bone mineralisation and protect teeth against dental cavities. It can also prevent tooth decay by helping to cut down the build up of plaque on your pearly whites – and just in case you’re wondering, the tea plant is in itself a rich source of fluoride because it absorbs the compound from the soil via its roots.
  • It is revealed that a massive 45-70% of our body is made up of water, which is why fluid is essential for life. It’s important therefore to replace fluids that are lost through day-to-day activities, which is why doctors recommend drinking atleast 2.5 pints/1.5 litres of fluid per day to prevent dehydration. Tea, which on an average accounts for 40% of our daily fluid intake, can help you reach the daily target of 2.5 pints and so help keep your body in tiptop condition.
  • Contrary to popular belief tea does not contain more caffeine than coffee; it actually contains almost half the amount. Caffeine is a natural substance found in many types of food and drink. It’s also a stimulant, so a cup can give you a much-needed lift and revitalise you for a demanding and tiring afternoon ahead. Research shows that moderate amount of caffeine i.e., 300 mg per day (or 7 cups of tea!) is safe for most of the people. One should take full advantage of your tea breaks at work, or make time for afternoon tea whilst shopping out at the weekends. And remember that tea is not just a great drink, it also helps to keep you looking and feeling healthy!

The above reasons are concrete evidence to lure people to gulp in a cup of tea, not once but ten times as recommended by Dr. John Weisburger. Wake up, feel refreshed, reinvigorated, recharged and rejuvenated with a cup of tea, that is, a cup of Ispahani Tea and begin the daily battle chores. Raise a toast to Ispahani Tea and embrace fitness, well-being and good health.