The issue that has to be answered is, which is better: green tea or black tea?

The very first thing that comes to our minds whenever we are experiencing feelings of tension, sleepiness, confusion, or anxiety is a cup of tea. Whenever we are feeling weary or lethargic, it is like drinking a magic potion that gives us a surge of energy.

Fitness fanatics love green and black teas in addition to normal tea. Both teas are made from Camellia Sinensis leaves. Green and black tea are made from the leaves and top bloom.

Green tea is made by drying and frying or steaming the leaves. This avoids leaf oxidation, preserving tea flavor and color.

After being picked and withered, black tea leaves are crumpled, curled, cracked, and carved then left to oxidize before being hydrated. The enzymes in the leaves oxidize, making them deeper and browner and richer in aroma and flavor. Green tea leaves are natural, but black tea leaves are fermented and oxidized.

Green tea contains antioxidant EGCG, which protects cardiovascular disease. Detoxifying and glowing skin are benefits of green tea. It enhances immunity and metabolism. Also, it's less acidic than black tea.

Black tea contains L theanine, which helps you focus and relax. Moderate consumption reduces stress hormones. Though acidic, the tea benefits your heart. The flavonoids in black tea protect the heart and blood arteries and regulate blood sugar and cholesterol.

Green tea has less caffeine than black tea, although it varies by plant, infusion, and preparation. Green tea has one-fourth the caffeine of coffee, while black tea has one-third.

The advantages of both teas are comparable except for polyphenol. If you need caffeine, black tea is best. Green tea is relaxing and contains less caffeine than black tea, so if you're sensitive to caffeine, select it.

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