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What's In a Cup of Tea?

written by: Slava
 
As Buddhist priests started to move around China and Japan, the spread of tea drinking followed them. Portuguese and Dutch claim the credit of bringing tea to Europe. Today, tea is one of the most popular drinks, but what's in it? Take this trivia quiz and find out.

Question 1:


Tea helps you look good, as it is rich in flavonoids. These are strong antioxidants that fight this.
Cellulite
Free radicals
Tar in your lungs
Cholesterol

Question 2:


Tee is a good anti-stress therapy. Flavonoids may prevent oxidation of bad cholesterol in the blood, which leads to accumulation of plaque in artery walls. It also prevents blood clot formation. Thus, tea is good for this too.
Heart
Gall-bladder
Brain
Nails

Question 3:


Tea is rich in fluoride, so it helps maintain these healthy.
Lungs
Teeth
Legs
Eyes

Question 4:


Tea is refreshing and stimulating because it contains this.
Amphetamine
Nicotine
Caffeine
Vitamin K

Question 5:


Green tea and Oolong tea cause calories to burn faster, and thus help control this.
Cell formation
Blood pressure
Heart rate
Body weight

Question 6:


Prepare a tub of diluted, cool tea, add some lemon juice and a pinch of salt. It will help if you have this.
Tired eyes
Swollen wrists
Tired feet
Achy head

Question 7:


Five cups of green tea per day could reduce your risks of cancer. It also promotes this.
Mental activity
Hearing
Calmness
Eye sight

Question 8:


As tea inhibits growth of bacteria, it helps fight this.
High fever
Bad breath
Tongue polyps
Dry cough

Question 9:


Tea could reduce the risk for gastric, esophageal, and skin types of these.
Eczemas
Cancers
Polyps
Ulcers

Question 10:


You should not have too much tea; one side effect could be this.
Hair loss
Insomnia
Blurred eye sight
Asthma

 


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