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There are 7 myths about tea that need to be cleared up.
Over the last few years, I’ve discovered that these myths flourish for several reasons. Marketers have a story to tell to sell their stuff, people want to believe that there’s a cure for what ails them, and sometimes it’s just easier to believe things that sound good to us.
Here are 7 myths about tea (and the — sometimes surprising — truth).
1. Herbal teas are teas.
The first of the myths about tea is that all true teas are made from the leaves of the tea plant Camellia sinensis. They contain caffeine.
Everything referred to as “herbal teas” are tisanes (pronounced tiz-ahns). You can even call them herbal infusions. They’re (mostly) all caffeine free. Two herbs contain caffeine: yerba mate and guarana.
Bottom line: Herbal infusions are not tea. But it’s okay if you want to still call them that. I’m not the tea police.
2. Making tea right is time consuming and mysterious.
Once you know the basics about brewing the different kinds of teas, it’s much less mysterious.
Here’s an easy rule of thumb for steeping loose leaf teas:
If the tea is black/dark brown then boil your water. Steep for 30 seconds.
If the tea is lighter (white and green), let the tea boil then cool down for 5 minutes before steeping. Steep for 30 seconds.
If the tea isn’t strong enough for your liking, brew the tea a bit longer until it tastes like you want it to taste.
Bottom line: Tea isn’t as fussy as you think.
3. Tea bagged teas are just as good as loose leaf teas.
There’s two parts to this myth.
First, the tea within tea bags is usually the lowest graded tea called fanning or tea dust. It’s not as flavorful as whole or partial leaf teas because they contain fewer of the healthy oils contained in higher quality teas.
If you want to drink higher grade teas, and you’re drinking them from a paper or silken/pyramid tea bag, those bags don’t always allow enough room for the tea leaves to expand fully, so you don’t get the full impact of the flavor of the tea inside.
Second, tea bags are not awesome for the environment. Old school paper bags are often bleached. New school silken tea bags (like the pyramids) aren’t made from silk – they’re made from corn plastic. It’s food safe, but it’s not easily compostable. You actually have to take them to a special compost facility.
Who has time for that?
There’s lots of easy ways to brew tea without creating unnecessary waste. My favorite is this Brew in Mug.
Bottom line: Steer away from tea bagged teas, and if you decide you want to drink out of tea bags be sure they’re not bleached and that they’re biodegradable.
4. Green tea is better for you than black tea.
Tea all comes from the same plant: Camellia sinensis. But that doesn’t mean that all tea has the same healthy stuff inside.
Each tea (there are 6 types) have hundreds of variations. Just like each wine uses grapes to create hundreds of variations of wine, but the processing of the grapes and where/how the grapes are grown determine whether the wine is a zin or a syrah.
There are some basic similarities between how a type of tea is processed. (For more details on tea processing, click here.)
For instance, green teas are processed by plucking, withering, then either firing and or rolling/shaping the leaves. These processes help create a more grassy flavor and creates a green-colored liquor when brewed.
Black teas are processed by plucking, withering, then aggressively rolling/shaping the leaf, then oxidizing and firing. (Learn more about these processes here.) These processes can create a more malty and earthy flavor and a reddish liquor when brewed.
Add on to the processes the location and soil conditions (and more factors), and you get a unique variety of green or black teas.
Bottom line: Each process brings out different characteristics from the tea leaf. They’re different, not better. Drink whatever tea you like; they’re all healthy in their own way.
5. Oolong tea is the go to diet tea.
This is one of the myths about tea that always perplexed me, so I did some research. It just didn’t make sense.
It turns out that somehow a tea marketer came across the brilliant (yet false) idea to market oolong tea as a diet tea.
You see, in 2009, there was a Chinese study in which participants drank oolong tea and lost weight. Here’s the thing: they replaced oolong tea with their usually sugary beverage and altered their diet to be healthier and exercise more.
So instead of drinking a soda, they drank oolong tea, ate healthier, and they exercised more.
What a breakthrough, right?
Bottom line: You can lose weight too if you replace a sugary beverage with any kind of tea, eat healthier, and exercise more.
6. Drinking more tea will decrease your risk of getting cancer.
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By Claire 2016-6-18 15:41
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