Tea VS Coffee, Which is better ( Revealed )


in India today as for a major chunk of population tea and coffee have become an inseparable part of their daily life but which one is healthier is it tea or coffee?

In this post, I’ll put forward what is modern science talk about them and what Ayurvedic has to say about tea and coffee.

I will also share with you my perspective on it so if you drink tea coffee or both then this might just be this post is for you…  stay tuned 

To begin with, you should be aware of the fact that both tea and coffee were not consumed in India until a few centuries ago.

While the tea culture in India was introduced by the British in the year 1836.

Coffee came to India well before the East India Company through an Indian Sufi saint named Baba Budan.

In the year 1670 and today, tea and coffee have become such an inseparable part of people’s diet that they fail to start their day without the toes of it.

Should you be drinking them daily?

Which is the better choice let us find out

According to modern science, both tea and coffee are non-alcoholic flavored beverages that are safe for drinking.

Yes, actually there have been quite a few scientific studies backing that both tea and coffee have health benefits.

All the varieties of tea packed with antioxidants which eliminate the free radicals boosting immunity reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart attack.

Tea has a compound called EGCG which helps shrink the fat cells.

Here it is important to talk about green tea versus black tea

Although green tea is marketed as one the healthy drink for weight loss by the companies even according to modern science the only difference between them is that black tea is fermented while green tea isn’t.

As a result, the natural amount of antioxidants and EGCG is higher in green tea.

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  • Controls Blood Sugar
  • Tonic For Heart
  • Supports Fat burning
  • Blood Purifier 

Coming back to coffee…

The latest reports of modern scientists on coffee suggest that it too can help in reducing the risk of various types of cancers, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease

Having said all this modern science does warn on the excessive consumption of tea and coffee.

This is obviously because both these beverages have chemical compounds like caffeine and tannin.

Coffee is higher in caffeine and tea has more of tannin while tannin prevents the absorption of iron in the body making it vulnerable to anemia.

It also leads to discoloration of the tea, caffeine, on the other hand, is a stimulant that absorbs the calcium of the bones instantly increases the heart rate and blood pressure.

Basically caffeine is a mild drug which gives you instant energy and then suddenly crashes and it is addictive – once you get habituated to it you can’t do without it this is the reason you might have heard people complaining that don’t talk to me until I have my morning cup of coffee.

Let’s compare regular coffee with green coffee

This is another attempt by the companies to replicate the success of green tea again green coffee beans are the coffee beans that have not yet been roasted as a result green coffee beans contain a higher amount of chlorogenic acid which is known to have some health benefits.

so, comparatively green coffee beans have more positives but the downsides are also the same if consumed too much.

so, how much is too much

You may ask,  well the modern science is quite liberal with the amount of tea and coffee that you can consume every day it says that you won’t be facing any major side effects until you are not having more than four cups of tea or coffee daily but before you go and grab your cup of coffee there is a catch. 

There is bad news for you if you’re having the habit of drinking tea or coffee first thing in the morning.

Accordance with the modern medical science tea and coffee work best for you if they are consumed thirty minutes after a meal breakfast or lunch tea and coffee is best avoided after 5:00 p.m.

As they may disturb your sleep cycle, so the modern medical science is clear that both tea and coffee are good for you as long as you do not overdo with them keep a check at your sugar serving and drink them at the right time.

Coffee is definitely higher in caffeine and hence more addictive.

Ayurvedic has the Solution to this

Although Ayurveda has a much better substitute to offer which is rather alkaline controls the blood sugar level and is excellent for the heart.

Arjun Tea is prepared from the bark of the Arjun tree.

Arjun Tea has many benefits and absolutely no side effects.

  • Controls Blood Sugar
  • Tonic For Heart
  • Supports Fat burning
  • Blood Purifier 

It can be prepared just like you make tea with milk, it actually is Indian chai in a true sense.

Even better is that you can consume it as your morning bed Tea and it is easily available as well.