Water is the mostly widely consumed liquid in the world. And what is the second most you may ask? TEA! A staggering 80% of households in the US have tea, which is consumed by over 158 million Americans each year, and 50% of the US population on a daily basis. Most of the world’s tea is grown in mountainous regions thousands of feet above sea level, nutrient dense soils. According to the Tea Association of America, the most popular countries that produce tea include Argentina, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Taiwan. Highly convenient and quick producing, tea offers oodles of types, flavors, and health benefits.
Tea is a healthy beverage that is almost calorie-free, and contains no salt, fat, nor sugar. Tea has vital flavonoids and anti-oxidants, which help rid of dangerous toxins, which can cause many chronic diseases. There are many types of teas, with … Read More