Do you ever feel completely drained out after reaching home from the office? Have you ever craved for an energy drink that could rejuvenate your senses and refresh your mind? Finding the right energy drink at the right moment is not difficult for a working mother. After a hectic day, you need to reach home and take care of the kids, home, and family. So, you need to ensure that your body gets the best options available. One drink that really helps you to get rid of the tiredness is – tea. You can prepare tea in various ways. However, all sorts of tea recipe might not be suitable for you. So, you need to know “what is the healthiest tea” for a woman.
1 - Green Tea
The choice for most women starts with green tea, the fat fighter. If you are overweight or want to keep your present figure in control, then green tea works the best. It burns around 7% more abdominal fat compared to other caffeinated beverage. This also keeps you healthy by lowering the BMI, reducing the chance of skin cancer, and helping to prevent heart strokes. In order to avoid the bitterness, the steeping time for this tea would be three minutes.
2 – Ginger Tea
Nothing can beat the taste of ginger tea, which also helps you to heal hangover. After getting up tired in the early morning, you need to have a cup of this tea. It miraculously gives you an energetic freshness. It is also beneficial to ease muscle pain, treat morning sickness, improve digestion, helps in blood circulation, and helps to relieve menstrual pain, sore throat, and cold. The steeping time for this is 5 minutes.
3 – Peppermint and Cinnamon Tea
This tastes quite refreshing and minty. After you return home, you can have a cup of this tea, while sitting comfortably in front of the television or in the balcony, reading a favorite book and taking small sips of this tea. Not only it helps to reduce your frustration and makes you alert, it also helps with digestion, relieves headache, eases menstrual cramps, and freshens breath. The steeping time for this is 5 to 7 minutes.
4 - Black Tea
Though it might not taste as good as peppermint or ginger, but it definitely helps to relieve viruses in the mouth and aids your body to recuperate quickly. It also prevents ovarian cancer, heart disease, skin infection, and cystitis. This can be a great thing to drink in the morning and can even be great cold if you are not the biggest fan of hot tea which many people are not.
The responsibility of a woman does not only lie with taking care of the family. You need to take care of yourself as well. By ingesting good and healthy drinks, you are giving your body the necessary building blocks for manufacturing hormones and tissues. Drinking healthy tea would definitely bring a significant change to your mood swings, make your skin glow, and give you a sense of energy and well-being.
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