Studies have found that theanine and polyphenols found in tea can boost your immunity, while antioxidants in tea can help fight non-communicable diseases. Episode 02 from our Story Behind Your Cup of Tea webinar series, Tea Grower and Dilmah CEO, Dilhan C. Fernando and Dr. Tissa Amarakoon; author of Tea & Your Health, former Deputy Director Research at the Tea Research Institute of Sri Lanka and currently Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Science, University of Kelaniya discuss the goodness in your cuppa!
The author of Tea and Your Health sits down with us on today’s segment of VIP Chat Over a Cuppa. Dr. Amarakoon is a firm advocate that wellness is a compilation of physical and mental health along with a healthy diet.
Long time tea drinkers are more likely to reduce the risk of degenerative diseases. Tune in to find out why!
Tea, one of the oldest known drinks in human history, can be enjoyed as a pick-me-up or simply as a way to wind down after a hard day's work. With this in mind, we have dedicated June and July to Taste and Wellness.
While most of us spent the past 8 weeks within the confines of our homes, a very special member of the Dilmah family had his first taste of freedom after spending 8 years at the Elephant Transit Home patiently to return to the wilderness of Udawalawe, his true home.
Did you know that tea boosts immunity? Tea was first discovered as a medicine. Antioxidants in real tea, Camellia sinensis, help the human body to resist diseases. Whether it’s green tea, black tea, oolong tea or white tea, raise a cup of freshly brewed tea to strengthen your immune system. Words of advice on how tea can help, from Dr. Tissa Amarakoon and Dr. Anudini Liyanage.