Tea enhances your memory. Staying sharp as you age should be a top priority for any man. Tea inhibits the activity of enzymes which can break down neurotransmitters and create protein deposits that can lead to Alzheimer’s and dementia. Tea can boost the memory of healthy, everyday drinkers.
It's good for your heart and the polyphenols in Black tea are also antioxidants that help block DNA damage associated with tobacco or other toxic chemicals. These antioxidants are different from those obtained from fruits and vegetables and therefore as a regular part of our diet they can provide additional benefits towards a healthy lifestyle.
I totally agree, my husband has become more of a tea drinker than me! It started because I wanted to reduce his daily caffeine consumption from the many cups of coffee he enjoyed everyday. At first he was reluctant but now, I can't keep enough tea in the house. First, he got hooked on Assam tea because it gave him the pick-me up he was used to getting from coffee, but then he moved to green tea because it gave him a boost of energy which made him more active to lose weight. Now he is hooked on green oolong tea. And they say women are finicky.
Tea has been available to men since the World War I. It was given to the troops to help calm their nerves and stay sharp.
That War is over and there have been more since World War I and World War II. But our troops continue to drink tea.
Dad's are our greatest heroes and from the moment we are born they become our protectors. A cup of tea is a moment of calm and peace in their day. Have a cup of tea with your dad.
Peace, Love & Tea