Stay Free From Chronic Diseases Without a doubt, researches have proven that virtually all foods, fruits, and vegetables are beneficial to the human body as they contain essential nutrients that help to treat and also prevent certain diseases.
Some of these essential nutrients include antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, vitamins, minerals, and many other compounds.
So we have curated below some of these foods that can best serve this purpose and more according to researches if consumed regularly as tea or drink rather than the processed ones.
See them as follows.
1. Turmeric tea
This tea is prepared by washing, peeling, and slicing turmeric into small pieces, then soak in boiled hot water for a few minutes, sieve and drink.
Turmeric drink prevents and treats cancer, reduces cardiovascular complications, relieves arthritis, lowers cholesterol, and boosts immune function. Isn’t this incredible?
2. Lemon tea
Squeeze out the sour taste juice from the fruit and sieve, then pour the juice into boiled hot water and drink warm. This drink supports weight loss, prevents kidney stones, promotes hydration, and also improves your skin quality.
You can also consume this drink with a straw to prevent some of its irritating effects on the teeth just like other citrus fruits.
3. Ginger and garlic
This popular combo is prepared by peeling and cutting both ginger and garlic into small sizes, then boil for a few minutes inside a pot and sieve to remove the particles. Then add honey if you wish and serve.
Ginger and garlic tea with honey contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory that relieves arthritis, cold, sore throat, cough, and flu particularly now some of these diseases are associated with dry or harmattan season and coronavirus according to experts.
4. Guava tea
Guava leaf, which can be processed into natural tea is loaded with many benefits such as it enhances the speedy loss of weight, burns belly fat, lowers blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
This nutrient-loaded tea is prepared by washing 10 fresh guava leaves with water and salt, then boil one and a half cups of water in a saucepan for 2 minutes.
Further, add the leaves and boil for extra 5 minutes, sieve out all traces of the leaves, turn into a tea mug and add honey.