Black, white and green tea reduce cholesterol levels
A high cholesterol level in the blood also increases the risk of heart disease. Several studies have shown that both black and green tea consumption could reduce the levels.
TEA REDUCES BLOOD CLOTTING
A type of cell in the blood plays a central role in blood clotting. Although essential to stop bleeding during injury, blood clotting increases the risk of coronary thrombosis.
Scientific investigations have shown that tea extracts and tea polyphenols could inhibit the platelet aggregation to a certain degree, thereby reducing the risk of thrombosis (blocking of arteries by a blood clot).