1. The Relationship Between Tea and Cancer: The Story You Didn’t Know About Tea and Cancer, Which Shocked Everyone: The Secret of Longevity of Centenarians Lies in a Lifelong Love of Tea; 80% of Centenarians Have the Habit of Drinking Tea; The Anti-aging Effect of Tea Polyphenols Is 18 Times Stronger Than Vitamin E; EGCG, the Main Ingredient in Tea Polyphenols, Is the Nemesis of Almost All Cancers; Drinking Tea Will Make You Unexplainably Happy; Regular Red Tea Drinkers Have a 71% Reduced Probability of Developing Parkinson’s Disease in Middle and Old Age.
  2. According to a Survey on Centenarians, Forty Percent of Them Attribute Their Longevity to a Lifelong Love of Tea, and Eighty Percent of Centenarians Have the Habit of Drinking Tea.
  3. Antioxidant experiments have shown that a cup of tea, 300 milliliters, has an antioxidant capacity equivalent to one and a half bottles of red wine, twelve bottles of white wine, twelve glasses of beer, four apples, five onions, or seven cups of fresh orange juice.
  4. According to the results of experiments by Japanese researchers, the anti-aging effect of tea polyphenols is 18 times stronger than that of vitamin E.
  5. British and American scientists reported in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology that the polyphenolic compound EGCG in tea can effectively prevent the spread of the HIV virus in the human body. Once immunized, the HIV virus will not have a chance to approach.
  6. Over 4,000 authoritative papers published by various departments prove that the main component of tea polyphenols, EGCG, is the nemesis of almost all cancers, especially for uterine cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, liver cancer, kidney cancer, and breast cancer. At the same time, research has found that drinking tea with cancer drugs can enhance the efficacy of the drugs.
  7. In 1999, the Japanese government launched a two-phase plan called “Drinking Tea to Prevent Cancer Nationwide”. A total of 8,522 people were surveyed and followed up for 10 years, among whom 419 developed cancer. Women who had the habit of drinking tea developed cancer about 7 years later than those who did not drink tea, and men had a delay of 3.2 years.
  8. Data from research on “Green Tea and Prostate Cancer Disease” published by institutions such as the National Cancer Center of Japan, Case Western Reserve University in the United States, and Curtin University of Technology in Australia show that men who regularly drink green tea have a cancer incidence rate of over 60% lower than those who do not.
  9. Researchers from the National University of Singapore conducted a 12-year follow-up study on 63,257 Chinese aged 45 to 75 in Singapore. It was found that the probability of middle-aged and elderly people who often drink black tea developing Parkinson’s disease is reduced by 71% compared to those who do not drink tea.
  10. Currently, more than 3 billion people in over 160 countries and regions worldwide like to drink tea. China is the largest tea-producing country, but the ranking of tea-drinking countries is as follows: Turkey, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Russia, Morocco, New Zealand, Egypt, Poland, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, the Netherlands, Australia, Chile, the United Arab Emirates, Germany, Hong Kong, Ukraine, China… (World per capita tea consumption ranking and poundage).
  11. Researchers at Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University in Japan found that 82% of 1,300 diabetic patients who drank tea brewed with cold water for six months experienced significant relief of symptoms, and about 9% of diabetic patients’ blood sugar levels returned to normal.
  12. Without any dieting or exercise, drinking 8-10 grams of tea leaves per day for 12 weeks, only the fat reduced by the action of tea itself is about 3 pounds. Among all weight loss products in Japan and European and American countries, tea products rank first.
  13. A medical research team from Showa University in Japan put 10,000 highly toxic Escherichia coli O157 bacteria into a solution of tea polyphenols diluted to one-twentieth of ordinary tea water, and after five hours, all the bacteria died, leaving none.
  14. Almost all diseases in the human body occur in acidic bodies, and almost all viruses cannot survive in weak alkaline bodies. Experts say that only by changing one’s own body constitution can diseases be prevented. Common alkaline foods in life include tea, grapes, and kelp.
  15. Drinking tea will make you inexplicably happy. The amino acids in tea promote the secretion of dopamine, and dopamine is the substance that dominates human emotions, pleasure, libido, addiction, etc. The pleasure of drinking tea is involuntary and not controlled by intention.
  16. China is the birthplace of tea. As early as 3,000 years ago, during the Xia, Shang, and Zhou dynasties, there was a saying about drinking tea. However, today the world’s largest tea brand is in the UK, where there is no tea production at all. The annual tea sales of $23 billion in this country are almost equivalent to 70% of the annual output value of China’s entire tea industry (70,000 tea factories).
  17. China is the birthplace of tea. Currently, more than 50 countries and regions worldwide cultivate and produce tea. In terms of production volume, India ranks first.