Health Benefits of Coffee and Tea [Infographic]

Every year the average coffee drinker drinks enough coffee to fill a bathtub, so with such a high volume intake, what does that mean for our health?

Research is consistently revealing the many benefits a hot beverage has on your health and this infographic explores the many benefits of drinking tea and coffee.

Health Benefits of Coffee Tea

Drinking any variety of tea helps to boost your insulin activity by up to 15 times, but varying varieties have their own specific benefits. Green Tea is a favorite among the health conscious, and it is clear to see why.

The tea is full of antioxidants that may help prevent many forms of cancer, including breast, lunch, and stomach.

Green tea

Green tea also helps to prevent arterial clogging and consequently reduce the risk of stroke. It has been linked to a reduction in damage due to oxidation, which in turn prevents Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. In addition to this, green tea is good for your waistline as it can burn fat and improve cholesterol levels.

Black tea

Eight in every cups of tea worldwide is black tea, and it has been linked to cancer prevention due to the fact that it is low in monomeric catechins. Black tea also may protect you from have a stroke or developing heart disease by helping blood vessels dilate correctly. This popular tea has also been linked to preventing lung damage from smoking.

White tea

Similarly, white tea is excellent for you. It is unfermented and made from young buds and leaves. It offers the most powerful antioxidants of all the teas. Oolong tea is great for your appearance, it has been shown to prevent weight gain and promote weight loss while also helping to prevent tooth decay.


Coffee is becoming a part of an everyday working routine, and it may help you to remember those figures from your last report. Coffee has been linked to improved memory recall, and may also help prevent Alzheimer’s, heart disease, gout, type 2 diabetes, and Parkinson’s.

The caffeine in coffee can help ease asthma attacks, and coffee drinkers are 50 percent less likely to get liver cancer than those who avoid the beverage. Coffee may also lower the risk of breast, rectal, and colon cancers.

Weight loss

Coffee has also been shown to help with weight loss, the caffeine boost in coffee increase energy expenditure (calorie burning) and one study showed that those drinking caffeinated liquids burned 67 calories more than those who drank water, the equivalent of a medium-sized apple.

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