A Chinese study was recently conducted that included patients who were undergoing treatment for osteoporosis. Researchers wanted to conclude whether or not tea consumption had a direct correlation to mineral density within the bones. The results showed that tea consumption definitely increased bone mineral density levels, but when it comes to osteoporotic fractures, the data was inconclusive. More studies need to be conducted in order to determine whether or not osteoporotic fractures can be prevented by heightened tea consumption.
- According to a study in the journal Nutrition Research, consuming tea regularly can lower your risk of osteoporosis.
- Drinking tea has been shown to increase the density of bone mineral, which can help to prevent osteoporosis.
- Black tea is high in antioxidants and helps to lower overall cholesterol levels.
“Drinking tea can provide the body with many health benefits, one of which is a lower risk of osteoporosis.”