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By Brett Warren

Coffee vs. Tea: Which is the winner in the game if health? [Infographic]

One of the most common debates in cafes all around the world comes down to two of its most consumed products – Coffee vs. Tea.

Yet whether you are the executive indulging in your 3rd espresso by 11 am or the health-minded yogi who swears only by the benefits of tea, the differences between the two may just surprise you.


The first obvious analysis when looking at both products is that both contain health benefits.

Researchers focusing on the benefits of coffee have discovered that it potentially has the ability to reduce the incidence of dementia and Alzheimer’s or even type 2 diabetes.

Additionally, caffeine has been known to relieve constricting blood vessels in the brain - reducing migraines.

Findings in the study by the National Cancer Institute, however, suggested that tea contains antioxidants and potential cancer-fighting properties.

It would seem though that consumers need to be wary of the kind of tea they purchase – as each contains different levels of benefit.

The most beneficial of the teas are green tea...

...which in addition to tea's already great benefits has the potential to protect DNA cells.

Yet whether you are a coffee or tea advocate, there are 2 major rules that go across both products – over-consumption and additives.

Just like adding mayonnaise to a salad reduces the point of consuming the greens, to begin with - adding sweeteners, cream or too much milk to either tea or coffee reduced any benefit of either.

To find out more information on the analysis, check out the info-graphic below:


 Source: PolicyExpert

About Brett Warren Brett Warren is National Director of Metropole Properties and uses his two decades of property investment experience to advise clients how to grow, protect and pass on their wealth through strategic property advice.
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