The health benefits of Coffee vs Tea [Infographic]


White tea has been found to have a higher concentration of antioxidants in it which may actually be more effective preventing some diseases than green tea.

Green tea has thermogenic properties and promotes fat oxidation beyond that explained by its caffeine content.

White tea may help prevent obesity. White tea was found to inhibit the growth of new fat cells.

Studies have shown that Green Tea reduces the risk of esophageal cancer in women by 60%.

People who drink more coffee have been found to be less likely to suffer Alzheimers disease late in life.

Drinking coffee over a long period of time may reduce the risk of dying from heart disease.

Tea may help prevent the development of type 1 diabetes and slow the progression once it has developed.

Drinking 3 to 4 cups of tea a day can cut the chance of a heart attack.

Tea contains fluoride which protects teeth.

Men who drink more than 10 cups of green tea per day are less likely to develop disorders of the liver.

Tea can protect against heart disease and some cancers

People who drink black tea 4 time a day for 6 weeks were found to have lower levels of stress hormone cortisol.

Green tea may offer some protection against lung cancer according to studies.

Tea hydrates rather than the common conception that to caffeine in it dehydrates.

Studies have shown that coffee helps prevent type 2 diabetes.

Drinking coffee has been shown to decrease the risk of developingg Gout in men over 40.

Caffeine increases the effectiveness of pain killers and coffee contains caffeine.

Coffee protects the liver, especially against cirrhosis and liver cancer.

Coffee improves short term recall as well as improved reaction times. The largest improvement was seen in the elderly.


2 Replies to “The health benefits of Coffee vs Tea [Infographic]”

  1. Hello,

    I love coffee, and I drink more than 7 Cups a day on average and sometimes 10+ cups on Saturday’s and Sunday’s, but some of my friend say I will die as coffee is not good for health.

    But I know it is not bad for health, it is just I take it too much, but I just love coffee and I can’t leave it completely.

    So, I want to know How many cups is good for me on daily basis?

    And as it is difficult for me to reduce coffee suddenly, is there any other thing that can help me reduce my coffee like some other food or drink that I can take instead my coffee timings?

    Or any other thing that I can do to change my habits?

    Please Help me Out.

    Looking for a quick response.

  2. Oh when it comes to tea or coffee – for me, it’s coffee all day, every day! I used to drink tea on a regular basis, but now I only drink tea when I’m sick with a sore throat… or on occasion. It does have a lot of health benefits but I know coffee does too. I use coffee to keep me alert and active throughout my day. Plus, it’s a great recreational drink to have and discuss with.

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