Which is better: tea or coffee?

Which is better: tea or coffee?

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  1. Tea is always better than coffee. Tea has a lot of antioxidants and very less caffeine than coffee. Plus tea caffeine is better than coffee as tea caffeine provides a steady amount of energy while coffee caffeine shoots up your energy all of a sudden and drops down all of a sudden too. Plus tea has a lot of other benefits as well. If you are trying to cut down on coffee, you should try black tea. My personal favourite is earl grey from freshleaf teas. You can check it out here

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  2. When it comes to caffeine levels, tea is better than coffee as it contains lower amounts of caffeine. One cup of black tea contains 14-70 mg of caffeine, while coffee contains 95-200 mg of caffeine. Which drink is better also depends on the method of preparing it.
    All in all, excess of everything can lead to bad impact

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  3. I do prefer coffee but find the history of tea quite deliteful. As an avid teacup collector I imagine the lips of emperors, kings and queens gracing the equisite dainty Chinese true porcelain and English bone china. The most beautiful hand painted flowers and intricate designs ordain these pottery jewels. Kaoklin clay is the earth fired into true porcelain mostly found in China and some parts of France. The great tea trade and the chartering of the East Indies Trade company in the 1600s created a pottery explosion. In these times silverware was almost non-existent and limited to the wealthy as well as plates and glassware. Around 1660 true porcelain arrived in England and there grew a 10 mile district of pottery artisans. In an attempt to copy the dainty Chinese hence china or true porcelain the English used crushed animal bones in the firing mix birthing bone china. As history passed and techniques and materials changed and improved the variety and different kinds of pottery increased. Earthenware, stoneware and semi china among some. And what about the tea pot? Well this did not come to accompany cups for another 100 years.

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  4. For me, coffee is my functional, get up and go drink. I continually drink it in the morning as a phase of waking up and having breakfast.
    Most of my colleagues drink tea. There is continually an appropriate decision of Chinese teas
    Tea is continually something I’ve related to relaxation and comfort. My uncle two loves it, he’s constantly providing it or consuming it. The very thinking of rushing about with a cup of tea is anathema. I on occasion drink “British tea” I.e. tea with milk as an alleviation thing.
    Here is my country tea quite often, it’s probably my favored inexperienced tea
    I’d say having a second of calm in a busy lifestyle is possibly the first-rate part of playing tea. That’s additionally actual of espresso however due to the greater caffeine content I do partner it extra with being productive, but that is subjective of course.
    Either way, I’d discover it very difficult to pick between the two!

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  5. Everyone’s body is different and tolerances vary that way too.
    However, I would say tea, in general is healthier but coffee makes me look younger.

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  6. Tea….I rarely drink coffee. Coffee has a different type of caffeine. If I drink more than one cup, I start shaking. Then I spill it. And that is why I prefer tea. (tea he)

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  7. In my opinion, tea.
    This may be slightly influenced by the fact that I’m British, but I just really love tea!
    Pros of tea
    Tastes good.
    Doesn’t have as much caffeine as coffee, pro for me as I have a really bad reaction to it.
    Makes you feel refined.
    Can dunk biscuits in it. Just isn’t the same with coffee!
    Cons of tea
    Not as much caffeine as coffee. That’s a con for most people I guess.
    And now, coffee. Let me get this straight, I don’t mind coffee, I just don’t like it. Also, I have to have decaf because my body reacts rather weirdly to the caffeine in coffee, and too much energy + not being able to focus for an hour until The Crash, when I feel lethargic, nauseated and I still can’t focus for the rest of the day isn’t exactly a fun plan.
    Pros of coffee
    Some people like the taste (yuk.)
    Makes other people awake.
    Lets others focus more.
    Cons of coffee
    Tastes kinda yuck no matter how much sugar is in it.
    It really screws with me, and makes me feel like crap.
    Cannot dunk biscuits.
    All in all, I much prefer tea. It’s just better in my opinion.
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  8. I drink both.
    I drink tea regularly. On a typical working day, I end up having 7 cups of tea. In between, I sometimes throw in a cup of coffee. I almost never have more than one cup of coffee in a typical day. I usually take tea with milk and no sugar, but sometimes I also opt for green tea.
    Coffee is more of a luxury drink for me. I indulge in the experience of drinking a cup of hot, foaming gourmet coffee. I really don’t want to make it an everyday thing.

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  9. I would prefer coffee why because a cup of coffee in our daily life prevents from heart attacks. And makes the mind to keep fresh as well.

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  10. Tea is a more ceremonial and spiritual beverage (there’s no formal coffee ceremony!), so I find it more uplifting, but when I need a jolt: coffee!

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  11. Yes. Coffee messes me up. To the extent that I become mentally handicapped.
    Whereas tea has the opposite effect on me. Tea is good. Especially Red tea with sugar, cardamom, and milk.

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  12. You mean in general? I’d say tea and not just because of massive population in countries like China. Those that prefer tea would almost never have coffee, whereas coffee-drinkers might well have tea on occasion.

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  13. Tea by far but I am alos british so that pobably plays a part. It really just deppens on you. My mom and dad and my grandperents like both almost to much but ohh well
    Thx Rachel

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  14. There are, at last count, some 72 coffee roasters here in Portland. We also get good coffee from Seattle and the Bay area. Picking a “best” from what’s available locally is a fool’s errand. Right now, Case Study, Proud Mary and Caffè Vita are my favorites. Stumptown, which is now owned by Peet’s, a subsidiary of JAB Holding Company, a privately held German conglomerate, headquartered in Luxemburg, is readily available and actually isn’t bad for a large roaster.
    For tea, check out The Tao Of Tea : their Malty Assam was my go-to morning cup during a 10-year coffee hiatus.

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  15. Moderately. Tea and coffee may wake you up and keep you focused, but don’t overdo it on the caffeine. Caffeinated beverages can sometimes trigger migraine headaches in people who are sensitive and also have some adverse effects on women just before their menstrual cycles.

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  16. In general, if you drink limited amount, coffee has more benefits than tea. If drink too much, coffee can do more harm than tea.
    Benefit of coffee:
    Boosts physical performance
    lose weight
    burn fat.
    stay alert
    reduces risk of cancers
    reduces risk of stroke
    reduces risk of Parkinson’s diseas
    may lower risk of Type II diabetes
    protects brain
    contain antioxidants
    brightens mood
    fight depression
    Benefit of tea:
    less amount of caffeine as compared to coffee
    reducing the stress
    contain antioxidants
    Disadvantage of coffee:
    Impurities of coffee cause sickness
    Cause insomnia and restlessness
    Coffee beans contain cafestol and kahweol, two ingredients that appear to raise LDL cholesterol levels
    Disadvantage of tea:
    Too much tea can cause the following problems
    Gastric ulcers
    Iron deficiency
    Kidney disease and liver disease
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  17. it depends on the mood, if you want to wake up late at night, coffee is the magic drink for you, but if you want to have some cookies along, you might want to switch to tea instead.

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  18. While the two provide similar health benefits, they have some differences.
    This article compares coffee and black tea to help you decide which one to choose.
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    Caffeine content
    Caffeine is the most studied and consumed stimulant in the world
    Present in many common beverages, including coffee and tea, it’s known for both its beneficial and adverse effects on human health.
    While the caffeine content can vary depending on brewing time, serving size, or preparation method, coffee can easily pack twice the caffeine as an equal serving of tea.
    Though scientists have primarily focused on coffee when researching the positive effects of caffeine, both drinks — despite containing differing amounts of this substance — can provide its associated health benefits.
    The amount of caffeine considered safe for human consumption is 400 mg per day. One 8-ounce cup (240 ml) of brewed coffee contains an average of 95 mg of caffeine, compared with 47 mg in the same serving of black tea
    Caffeine intake may reduce your risk of certain chronic diseases and mood, and mental alertness
    Caffeine works as a powerful stimulant for your central nervous system, which is why it’s considered a performance-enhancing substance in sports
    One review of 40 studies determined that caffeine intake improved endurance exercise outcomes by 12%, compared with a placebo
    As for caffeine’s effect on mental alertness, research shows that it improves performance in both simple and complex tasks
    A study in 48 people who were given a drink containing either 75 or 150 mg of caffeine revealed improvements in reaction times, memory, and information processing, compared with the control group
    Other studies indicate that caffeine may reduce type 2 diabetes risk.

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  19. I drink coffee every day, 365.
    I drink tea only in the winter.
    Tea is much better.
    Why? Tea tastes yummy unadulterated, all by itself. Coffee, for the most part, is funky unless you doctor it up. Then it becomes magical goodness that is addictive life sustaining nectar.
    My first thought in the morning, every morning, even on Christmas (sorry Jesus), is coffee. My last thought at night is when I wake up tomorrow, I’ll be able to have coffee.
    Coffee is better.
    I never say that about tea.
    But I do have a GIANT stockpile of my favorite Earl Grey tea…

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  20. Not at all, so long as it is in moderation, as with everything.
    If you have a caffeine sensitivity, I would recommend herbal teas or decaf coffee (although decaf is not totally un-caffeinated.)

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  21. Tea!! It doesn’t gives an off aftertaste after drinking.
    There is also such a great variety of tea, etc ice lemon tea ( refreshing) Thai iced milk tea (creamy & sweet), flower tea, fruit tea etc.

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  22. I think sometimes questions like these are flawed. Very few things are black and white – a lot is grey in areas.
    For example, I like drinking tea and I like drinking coffee. My grandparents drink 2 cups of tea and a coffee a day. I’m the same as them, except flip the order around.
    And what even is the actual definition of a “coffee drinker”?
    Let’s say I drink a Latte, Mocha, Long Black and Piccolo. Does that make me more of a coffee drinker than say if someone where to drink only black coffee, but much more frequently?
    And tea? Well, tea could be everything. I drink English Breakfast religiously, but some may classify ice tea as tea. Cranberry-flavoured tea or Honey-flavoured tea is, strictly speaking, tea.
    So generally, I do prefer coffee, but it really depends on the mood I’m in.

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  23. Which is better: tea or coffee?

    Tea Or Coffee: What Should You Consume With Breakfast? Both tea and espresso accompany their own arrangement of advantages and downsides. For the most part, the utilization of tea and espresso without milk and without sugar is considered more grounded than particular cups with milk and sugar. Dark espresso has more caffeine than dark tea. While dark tea contains around 55 mg of caffeine in each eight-ounce partition (approx. 236 ml), espresso contains practically twofold that sum 100 mg for every eight ounces. So on the off chance that you experience caffeine affectability or gastric difficulties because of caffeine, you should change to dark tea rather than dark espresso.
    Know Your Coffee: Cappuccino, Latte And 15 Different Kinds
    Dark espresso is said to diminish the danger of Type 2 diabetes, help in the administration of weight by further developing digestion and energy levels, and is even said to further develop discernment and lessen dangers of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Dark espresso can fire up digestion far superior to dark tea and subsequently is the favored wellspring of caffeine for rec center monstrosities. Tea then again comes in numerous caffeine-rich assortments, including green, dark, white, and oolong. Contingent upon which charged tea you like, tea additionally has various medical advantages. Dark tea for instance is said to decrease circulatory strain, keep glucose under check and even diminish the danger of strokes. Tea is wealthy in cancer prevention agents which ensure heart capacity and battle aggravation in the body

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  24. TEA . I just cannot image my day without tea. I mean i like coffee too .But if i am asked to choose one between tea and coffee, i would definitely choose tea. The masala chai i make is magical .Whenever i feel low i make some hot masala tea and the moment i sip it i feel so good, so light and stress free. And a special mention to my herbal tea. I haven’t experienced cold or cough for the past 1 year and i think the reason for it is my herbal tea. Here is its recipe

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  25. I am a coffee drinker but have come across this amazing tea recently. It is Tesco Red Berries Tea and the flavour is just amazing. I am hooked!

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  26. Coffee has its benefits, but in the antioxidant battle, tea comes out on top. While green tea is the most well-known source of antioxidants, white tea has even more. Coffee includes antioxidants as well, albeit in far smaller amounts than white tea. It’s entirely up to you.
    Take heed to these BENEFITS OF COFFEE You May Not Know, The Health Benefits Of Coffee

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  27. My favorite tea is definitely my own homemade herbal tea with ginger, grapefruit juice (freshly squeezed), cinnamon stick, mint leaves, vanilla, & a bit of sweetener/honey such as shown below. It tastes amazing warm in the winter and super delicious in the summer as iced tea. It is also packed with nutrients.

    My favorite coffee is definitely bullet proof coffee where you combine 1 cup of strongly brewed coffee or espresso with 1 tbsp coconut oil or grass fed butter then you blend it up. It tastes like a delicious latte.
    Hopefully this helps and for the herbal tea you can find the detailed written recipe in the 2.5 min recipe video description 🙂

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  28. Coffee has a higher caffeine content than tea, which may be good for those looking for an instant energy fix. … If you’re highly sensitive to caffeine, tea may be a better choice. It contains L-theanine, an amino acid with calming properties that may relax you while keeping you alert. In any case, replacing coffee with high caffeine tea can be a smart choice for your mind, body and taste buds. You may also find that you still enjoy drinking a cup of coffee first thing in the morning, but prefer switching to tea for your second or third cups.

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  29. Dudh (milk)
    Milk with bournvita taste nice.
    Milk with haldi (turmeric) tastes fine , good when you are sick.
    I love banana milkshake. It has helped me increasing some weight and staying fit during my teakwondo class days back in 8th grade. I still consume it. I really like it.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

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    But still if i have to choose between tea and coffee, tea wins💀

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  30. In the endless debate about the superiority of one drink over another, countless arguments are given. But what are the scientific proofs?

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    George Orwell could write about Britain: “tea is one of the pillars of civilization in this country.” However, even we, the British, have to admit that our national drink faces fierce competition from different espresso, cappuccino and latte, pouring into our shores. Despite the risk of getting involved in this perpetual and fierce dispute, the BBC Future columnist decided to weigh the relative strengths of each of the drinks. Of course, we do not take into account the taste. We had to comb the scientific literature to find out what a real, measurable effect these two drinks have on our body and mind.
    For most, injecting a dose of caffeine into the body is the first reason we prefer a certain drink. Caffeine is an oil for our engines, which comes at a time when our bodies are slightly creaking early in the morning.
    Based solely on the beverage composition, coffee should easily win: a cup of tea contains about half of that portion of the stimulating caffeine (40 milligrams) found in a standard cup of cooked filtered coffee (80 to 115 milligrams).
    However, this is not necessarily reflected in the power of the awakening shake provided by the drink.
    Both drinks produced the same effect on the participants of the experiment, adding vivacity in the mornings
    In the course of one – I must say, a small – study subjects were given a drink of tea or coffee, and it turned out that both drinks produced the same effect on participants in the experiment, adding vivacity in the morning.
    Although the results of the experiments were based on subjective feelings of vivacity, it was not possible to reveal any obvious differences in the effects of the two drinks and on more objective indicators, for example, on the speed of the reaction.
    In fact, if you drink tea that is brewed to the same degree of strength as coffee, it is proved that it will be more effective in increasing the concentration of the brain.
    The scientists concluded that the dose of caffeine in the drink is not everything: perhaps our expectations also determine how vigorously we will feel, or the effect of the taste and smell of our favorite drink that awakens our senses.

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  31. I really like both, but I’ve found coffee keeps me awake, so I limit myself to one coffee a day before 2pm. Tea doesn’t have any effect on me, I have several cups during the day including after dinner and sometimes just before bed!

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  32. I like good slow brewed filter coffee.
    Except I don’t have any filter coffee just crappy instant coffee that sort of tastes like coffee but doesn’t really.
    So I prefer tea 😀

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  33. Slightly more coffee than tea though that tends to switch in the hottest months of summer. I drink coffee in the morning about 85% of the time. Tea with cream or lemon, depending on the tea occupies the other times. Often it is a decision based on what I have for breakfast.
    My coffee roasters also have a large selection of tea. I just counted 8 boxes on my shelf. I buy in small quantities and will dispose of some after 3–6 months. I buy about 3 pounds of various coffees per month some months more and take the suggestion of the roaster on special coffees and sometimes tea as well. My decaf tea is a result of one of those suggestions.
    Mid morning tends to be espresso coffee. I don’t drink coffee with lunch or dinner. Afternoons, depends. Often it’s tea. I almost always have an espresso or two after dinner, if I’m going to bed earlier than midnight, the espresso is often decaf or half caf.
    Probably TMI but that’s what happens here.

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  34. It all boils down to individual preference. There is no harm if you drink moderately, however the same cannot be said for excessive consumption.

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  35. A cup of Coffee can just make you feel warm and happy. And the Health benefits, say some researchers, may range from helping prevent diabetes to lowering the risk of liver disease. I have heard that with over 400 billion cups of coffee thought to be consumed every year, coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks. This has proved to protect us against type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, liver cancer and moreover heart health. So a cup of Coffee can do wonders, I believe!.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

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  36. Since both contain caffeine neither really BUT, coffee has a much higher content.. I’ve gone from being a full blown coffee addict to drinking decaf tea.. tried decaf coffee, don’t like it. I’d rather stay away as I would just crave coffee again and I’d be too tempted to go back to having the odd coffe, which I cannot afford to do due to my health problems. There is caffeine in decaf tea and coffee too BUT, caffeine is in the tea leaf so caffeine is extracted as much as possible leaving something like 0.0 something gms.. so it’s as low as you’ll ever get.

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  37. Yes. Tea all the way. Tea in the morning. Tea at noon. Tea at night. Sugar, no lemon, no milk. Tea makes life better. Tea makes the world just slightly more wonderful. All that is just and right in the world becomes even more so with tea.
    Coffee, on the other hand…
    Coffee is what the Lovecraftian gods spew forth from the recesses of their bodies. Coffee is what you get if you combine two parts bilge water with one part chemical runoff and three parts stuff that oozes from a landfill, then season it liberally with skunk spray. Coffee is foul beyond measure, a malodorous concoction of hate and malice that smells, if such a thing is possible, even more vile than it tastes. Coffee is distilled, concentrated evil, the sum total of all that is wicked in the world in a ceramic cup. The only proper way to prepare coffee is to pour it down the sink and refill the mug with tea.

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  38. As we know that Tea is second largest consumed beverage after Water and nowadays Coffee is also consumed in large quantities .This would be the reason that Tea was discovered first than Coffee .
    Both have a great benefit in there places.I have read somewhere that coffee have the ability to reduce the incidence of Alzheimer and diabetes because it has more caffeine than tea . Caffeine also helps in constricting blood vessels in the brains and reduces migraine .Excess of everything is dangerous ,excess of caffeine is also dangerous so drink in limit.
    Now we comes to Tea it is filled with antioxidant and fights with cancer it also contains polyphenol compound.All kind of tea are made from leaves of plant camellia sinensis.
    So, we can see both are useful but coffee is better than tea to drink.

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  39. Generally, coffee, strong, drip-brewed and without additions…in other words, black. Across a day, somewhere between 4–6–15 oz mugs.
    On occasion, I will drink certain teas. Again, strong and I have specific teas that I order from Upton Tea. I brew my tea to be about, in the tea world, as strong as I d…

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  40. If you mistakenly offer coffee to a tea drinker, they will politely refuse.
    If you mistakenly offer tea to a coffee drinker, you should be prepared for battle.

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  41. Coffee
    Coffee and tea offer similar health benefits, including weight loss, anticancer, and energy-boosting properties. Still, you may want to choose one over the other depending on your caffeine sensitivity.
    Coffee has a higher caffeine content than tea, which may be good for those looking for an instant energy fix.
    And if you’re a caffeine addicted you can check these cool designs here

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  42. My favorite coffee hands down is HealthWise Low Acid coffee. I prefer black coffee and this is the smoothest I’ve found. Sometimes I add some coconut oil in my third cup, but never anything else. They have flavored too but my favorite is regular.

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  43. Now that’s a very good question. Studies have determined that both coffee and tea have health benefits . … Regular black tea drinkers have also been found to have a lower risk of developing heart disease. The strongest evidence for coffee’s health benefits centre around diabetes

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  44. Vita, First, I make no claims to provide medical or supplement advice as I am not a scientist nor a chemist, nor am I in the medical profession and/or wellness (yet). I only offer what I have researched on my own and relaying it here for those who like to get another’s point of view as to the data out there. With that being said, I’ve heard from many reliable sources that show there are benefits from tea as well as coffee.
    It’s been shown that drinking tea has been linked to lower risks of cancer and heart disease, improved weight loss, and a stronger immune system. Meanwhile, new studies point to coffee as a potential way to head off not just Parkinson’s but type 2 diabetes, liver disease, and heart problems.
    Coffee has its advantages, but tea wins in the war of the antioxidants. While green tea is most commonly associated with antioxidants, white tea actually contains more. So, you’re better off there. Based on caffeine levels, tea might be a better choice if you like drinking your beverages in larger quantities or several refills throughout the day.

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  45. COFFEE
    Coffee is darkly colored, bitter, slightly acidic and has a stimulating effect in humans , primarily due to its caffeine content. It is one of the most popular drinks in the world and can be prepared and presented in a variety of ways (e.g., espresso, French press, caffè latte, or already-brewed canned coffee).

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  46. Actually I like coffee in the morning and in the afternoon. Chai, late or during the night, when I am reading, naturally the decaffeinated one, lately I favor the rosehip, hibiscus & cherry chai, therefore I like coffee and chai equally well.

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  47. I drink coffee, because I still have my coffee website business and I can have it delivered right to my door and don’t have to go out to buy it.

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  48. I prefer tea simply for flavor and the caffeine high and Crash is much “softer”. Coffee is just too strong for me. I like some varieties/blends/brands of coffee and teas from Starbucks, Teavana, and some eclectic or foreign places.

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  49. I drink coffee like crazy and really like a tasty cup. However, by far my favorite and most satisfying is a cup of strong, milky tea with some sugar and a touch of cardamom. I could drink cup after cup. In India they have tea stalls everywhere, and you can get a glass for just a few rupees. For me it’s really like being a kid in a candy store.

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  50. Coffee has more caffeine than tea, as you know caffeine is not good for health. If you take caffeine in measuring so it’s OK but more caffeine is injerious to health

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  51. I used to drink coffee during my college days, and I liked it too, tea was not my preference back then. Drinking coffee makes me awake during studies thus coffee was quite helpful in those days. I was not much into Tea. After college life when I started my first job I used to hang out alot with my childhood friends cums colleagues they used to be regular tea drinkers.After whole day of work every evening we used to get togather at one or another friends place for evening tea and snacks party. Honestly my friends knows the best tea recipe. We prefer black tea wt less sweetener. So, like that my leisure tea drinking routine becames regular habit. So I prefer tea over coffee.
    Coffee and tea both are totally different beverages from their appearance,aroma and taste. Although my knowledge of coffee is limited. Coffee is made of roasted coffee beans maybe that’s the reason it has roasted nutty aroma, somewhat like chocolaty kind,and tastewise also coffee is much stronger in compare to tea. On the other hand tea with best quality has more sweetness in taste ( according to tasting parameters without sweetner and milk)aroma of tea are many such as flowery,grassy,earthy,depends on season and processing techniques sometime teas does have chocolaty aroma, particularly black teas here.
    There are many varieties of tea . All varities of tea has it’s own health benefits. I prefer best variety of tea considering best health benefits.

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  52. They’re both unique in their own way.
    Say you’re tired after a long day. You just want to relax and sip on something and sigh. What could be better than a nice hot cup of tea, brimming with antioxidants to relax your nerves.
    Say you’re having a hard day at work and need to be productive, or simply have to pull an all nighter.
    Turn to a nice cup of coffee, it’s got enough caffeine to keep you productive and give you that burst of energy.
    I wouldn’t give up on either but if I were a real health nut, perhaps things like green tea might make me lean towards tea as the healthier option.

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  53. Coffee and tea are two most populous drinks in the world. Let see what do the studies in the world say about these two drinks? Which would be a better choice for your health?
    A cup of hot coffee in the morning can be the start of your day. A gentle cup of tea can help you relax after a stressful day.
    The latest research on the health benefits of tea and coffee can help you feel better when using them, regardless of which drink you drink.
    After years of research, the ideas surrounding the benefits and limitations of my favorite caffeine drinks are still going on.
    However, most recent studies on coffee and tea have generally been more positive.
    WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer has recently removed coffee from the list of substances that can cause cancer.
    And some other research shows that coffee may help prevent colon cancer coming back after treatment. In addition, drinking coffee properly can prevent Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
    Various studies have shown that people who drink tea have lower rates of skin, breast and prostate cancer than those who do not. They are still trying to determine exactly how it does this.
    Tea, especially green tea, is rich in antioxidant compounds that can limit cell damage and boost the immune system.
    There are also polyphenols (plant chemicals), which have been shown to be able to lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
    Tea may also help prevent Alzheimer’s disease through polyphenols called EGCG, preventing the formation of plaques related to this brain-damaging disease.
    Which is better for you?
    Experts say that it is more difficult to get a 100% answer to talk about which one. Because it is difficult to separate ingredients from tea and coffee, the role of each substance in the diet and their effects on your body is different.
    Elliott Miller, MD, a great health care professional at the US National Institutes of Health, said: “I think people are considering using both coffee and tea and their effects on everything. like cancer, as well as cardiovascular diseases “.
    Miller and his colleagues recently studied signs of heart disease in more than 6,800 people from different fields across the country. About 75% of them drink coffee and about 40% use tea.
    However, drinking more than one prescribed cup of tea may affect calcium accumulation in the arteries that supply the heart with blood, a long-term development that could lead to heart disease.
    According to Mr. Miller, coffee has no effect on heart disease, but it is very important.
    Many patients ask their doctor: “Doctor, I have coronary artery disease, or signs of high blood pressure or cholesterol, can I drink coffee?”
    Everyone thinks that “drinking coffee makes your heart beat faster and has the ability to make it worse”. “All studies show that tea and coffee are neutral for cardiovascular disease,” Miller said.
    Researchers say it’s hard to determine exactly how both drinks affect health.
    “Both coffee and tea are considered” complex drinks “- that is, it contains many ingredients.
    Includes caffeine, polyphenols and antioxidants – compounds that scientists are studying and thinks these are potential anti-cancer compounds, “said Lisa Cimperman, a clinical dietitian in China. American University Hospital Medical Center said.
    Cimperman said: “The combination of these compounds is better than leaving them alone. Some people have tried to isolate some of the elements in tea or coffee that they think may cause other effects to the muscle. can.
    But then, they realized that it had no other side effects. “
    Cimperman also said that drinking tea works to prevent the risk of cancer and heart disease is lower, weight loss improves and the immune system is also stronger than coffee.
    Meanwhile, coffee is a compound that not only prevents Parkinson’s disease but also diabetes, liver disease and heart problems.
    A recent study, led by Charles Fuchs, MD, director of the Center for Gastrointestinal Cancer at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, England, found that drinking coffee regularly may help prevent cancer. colon back after treatment.
    In his study of nearly 1,000 patients, Fuchs said, there is a “close and linear” relationship between drinking coffee and reducing the risk of colon cancer coming back in people who drink 4 cups. Coffee upwards every day. “They drink more coffee, the risk of recurrence is lower.”
    But researchers do not know which element of that drink contributes to the result, and it seems that drinking tea has no effect on colorectal cancer.
    Fuchs said: “I think you can drink two or more drinks a day without worrying, and it certainly will benefit you.” But what about those who don’t drink coffee? If someone hates coffee and tea and asks if I should drink it? I will say no.
    “I often advise them to diet and exercise, to avoid obesity by the measures that I think will have similar benefits.”
    Other researchers are questioning the role of genetic properties and the impact of lifestyle on drinking coffee or tea. For example, coffee and cigarettes go together to cause cancer or heart disease.
    “Each person’s body absorbs coffee differently,” said Martha Gulati, MD, head of the cardiology department at the University of Arizona School of Medicine in Phoenix, USA. Meanwhile, some other hobbies combined with tea may be more useful.
    “Does anyone drink tea and do yoga more?” Gulati said. “I am not claiming that they are related, but they exercise more when drinking tea. They drink green tea to maintain their weight.”
    And Robert Eckel, MD, an endocrinologist at the University of Denver, USA, says a healthy heart diet is perhaps the most important in preventing heart disease: “We’re talking about Fruits and vegetables, whole grains, poultry, fish, beans, nuts and avoid saturated fats.
    That nutrition message has not changed “.
    However, according to WHO, any overheated drink may increase the risk of esophageal cancer, including coffee. While Cimperman said that adding more ice cream and sugar can reduce any effect of coffee.
    She added: “Without a drink or a food that breaks your diet, the quality of the diet is always the sum of all the individual parts combined.”
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  54. Popular belief labels tea as a health drink and coffee as bad . Not so! … In our bodies , antioxidants protect healthy tissues from “oxidants,” also called free radicals. … Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, next to water.

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  55. I drink both coffee and tea at different times of the day. I prefer coffee in the morning as it has a higher caffeine count. I drink tea later in the day and also iced. Recently I’ve begun drinking “cold brew” coffee as well, but it still doesn’t feel right to start the day with a cold beverage. To me, both beverages have their place in my life.

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  56. Black coffee for one is good.
    As a runner, I tend to drink more black coffee than with cream,though it does not help in weight gain.
    I also like having tea for it is healthier and contains less caffeine.
    What I do is drink tea with out any sugar to acquire the health benefits, I don’t put anything like sugar or honey.

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  57. If it’s my opinion that tea and coffee both are not good for health . But in compare of tea and coffee , coffee is better than tea
    In tea items green tea, lemon tea is really good for health because normal tea contain high sugar and coffee contain high caffeine value.That’s why they both are not good.

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  58. “Could you get by for eight million years without a single drop of coffee or tea?”, is a comeback question that I have mentally prepared as an earnest comeback towards specific projections of taste, ‘cos I certainly know that I could pull it off, subject to lifespan.
    As a toddler making the transition to a diet of solid food, one of my pet hates was the taste of black coffee and less than a handful of other foods via both taste and tactile sensation on my tongue and palate. Tea rated as an “okay” thing for me.
    Fast forward to these days, I have long gotten used to the proliferating abundance of coffee, tea, juices and other what-have-you beverages although I noticed while exiting my teens that I do not crave any such drinks in their absence. If not available, I’d gladly settle for the basics.
    Further consideration on the matter shows that All such beverages boil down to some type of essence, added to water. Thus water being the most important denominator for life, ought to be given such precedence for our bodies.
    However in the context of urban lifestyles, with a whole plethora of beverages available by placing your order, I’d go ahead without indulging much in the basic types of coffee and tea.
    Tasty!

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  59. A day for me goes like this.

    Wake up…..coffee
    Tea
    Tea
    Tea
    Lunch time coffee
    Tea
    Tea
    Tea
    Before dinner service coffee
    Tea
    Tea
    Tea
    After work tea
    Tea
    Tea

    Well ok, maybe no so many teas but I definatly have done so on tired or hungover days. Plus I’m Irish so I’d probably burst into flames if didn’t drink that much tea.

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  60. It depends on what sort of “better” we’re talking about:
    Tea has less caffeine (too much is unhealthy) and more antioxidants compared to coffee. In this sense, tea is “better”.
    Tea and coffee are both easy to prepare but tea has a slight edge since you only need a cup, hot water, and some loose-leaf to make it. Coffee needs to be ground up first and since you don’t want to drink the grounds, you need to filter it somehow. Most people make coffee in a machine or at least using a cafetière. Tea is “better” in this way, too.
    But what about flavor? That’s the crux of it, right?
    Well, that’s up to personal preference. If it must be unflavored, I’ll pick tea 10 times out of 10. Tea has such a huge range of flavors that plain coffee cannot match. But what if we start adding sugar, cream, frothed milk, syrup, etc? Well, I don’t like any of these things in my tea, but in coffee? Mmmmm. And what about tea-flavored and coffee-flavored foods? Tea desserts cannot compare to coffee-flavored desserts, in my opinion.

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  61. Drinking Tea or Coffee it completely depends on one’s interest.
    There are equal benefits and Drawbacks of Drinking Tea and Coffee.
    Benefits of Drinking Tea:
    Drinking a Cup of TEA daily can help you to decrease the risk of High Blood Pressure.
    It has less Caffeine than coffee.
    It can help you in reducing weight.
    Helps in protecting Bones.
    It can also help in reducing the risk of Ovarian cancer.
    Drawbacks of drinking Tea:
    It can cause Gastric Ulcers if its consumption is more than a cup/day.
    It causes Stomach Problems, Head Aches, Vomiting, Sleeping Disorders, Dizziness.
    Benefits of Drinking Coffee:
    A cup of coffee per day can lower the risk of type-2 Diabetes.
    Lowers the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
    Protects the Liver.
    Reduces the Risk of Depression.
    Lowers the risk of Heart Disease.
    Drawbacks of drinking Coffee:
    Coffee can cause Nervousness, Restlessness, Stomach upset, Nausea, Insomnia.
    Drinking more than a cup of coffee can cause stomach pain, headache, irregular heartbeats.

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  62. What is better, coffee or tea?
    I think this is a cultural thing.
    I was brought up in a religion that forbad either so I had no inclinations or urge to have either.
    When I started college, however, in the days before energy drinks, coffee is what kept me studying for hours.
    I always though it smelled better than it tasted.
    Then I got a job where it was part of my responsibility to keep a large coffee urn full and hot all day. So I learned to make coffee. The boss bought cheap canned ground coffee..Chock Full of Nuts was his favorite, though if he got Maxwell House or Boyds on sale he’d buy that.
    As I grew older I was introduced to tea other than Lipton in a bag. Real China loose leaf tea. That was in the mid 1970s and I became a tea snob.
    I now have some specific teas I buy online. I like green tea mixed with about a third of black tea. Gunpowder green tea is my favorite and black Sensha to accompany it.
    If I want coffee, I’ll drive thru a coffee kiosk for a hit.

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  63. Coffee has caffeine and so is tea….Drinking either of them too much is bad…Drinking in moderate is healthy and overall both are healty drinks

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  64. I think tea drinker is much better than coffee drinker because caffeine quantity is much higher in coffee than tea. Asian people found of tea but europeans or american love black coffee. So its depend upon climate or taste of people in hot weather people c’nt go for coffee its too hot by nature.

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  65. Well that’s a general question as my taste may be different from yours. Here’s my answer.
    For coffee I prefer a freshly roasted whole bean, single origin variety in most cases. I have many favorites from different regions of the world. My favorites are from Ethiopia, Kenya, Indonesia, Peru, Hawaii, Panama, Guatemala and Costa Rica. From those regions I generally prefer a light to medium roast at full city or Vienna roast level to keep the sweetness of the coffee bean. I rarely drink French or Italian roast but I do like the Sumatra and Indonesian Blue Batak varieties.
    For tea I prefer loose leaf black tea from Indonesia called black pearl. I also drink Japanese green teas and matcha. I will occasionally drink herbal teas like rooibos or blended teas with echinacea. The Kusmi teas are very good.

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  66. Medical advantages of Coffee
    1. Cancer prevention agents
    Coffee beans are stacked with cancer prevention agents that become considerably more powerful after the bean is simmered. This kind of cell reinforcement matched with the coffee’s magnesium can affect glucose levels and is thought to bring down the danger of type 2 diabetes.
    Adding coffee to an even eating routine positions this beverage as perhaps the most stimulating refreshments you can burn-through consistently.
    2. Improved Brain Function
    Coffee can be appeared to limitlessly improve mind capacities, for example, memory, temperament, response times, and intellectual capacity. The caffeine found in it gives energy and when devoured at a protected level won’t have unfavorable impacts. Ascertain your day by day portion here.
    3. Improves Physical Performance
    Online asset, Healthline, refers to examines that uncover coffee can improve actual execution during an exercise. By expanding adrenaline levels and delivering unsaturated fats from fat tissues. Caffeine has likewise demonstrated to build epinephrine (“battle or flight” chemical) which prepares our bodies for actual effort.
    Having a cup or two 30 minutes before an exercise can help fat cells separate muscle to fat ratio. Giving a characteristic option to a “pre-exercise” supplement.
    4. Helps Keep You Hydrated
    While water is as yet #1 with regards to hydration, dark espresso contains 99% water. Decaf is your most ideal choice in case you’re searching for a choice to water.
    Progressing to Black Coffee
    Taking your coffee without cream and sugar is a battle for some individuals, however it’s a change worth making. Like any new propensity, steady changes and reiteration can help you do the switch.
    Cut back your expansion of cream and sugar on a slow scale to change your taste buds.
    On the off chance that you drink various cups every day, consider just taking your first cup with sugars.
    Take a stab at adhering to dark coffee for any extra cups during the day.
    On the off chance that you like treats sticks, think about mixing your blend with one to add pleasantness. At that point gradually change away from utilizing the added substance.

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  67. that is a purely subjective question & depends on the tastes of the person answering.
    At times I prefer coffee, like in the morning when I get up.
    At other times I prefer tea, like when I have a sore throat or don’t feel well.
    you can ask a thousand people and get a thousand different answers depending on what you actually mean, i.e. tastes better? or better for your health? or which do you like better? or any other variation.

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  68. depends on the mood but primarily I choose coffee to maximize caffeine intake. I work about 70hrs a week and I’m tired fairly often. however I’ll admit that if I worked less I’d choose a hot green or black tea. I like good tea and if I’m not tired and it’s available I’ll choose a green tea over coffee

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  69. Tea contains a higher antioxidants more than coffee. Coffee has a higher caffeine content than tea, which may be good source of body for an instant energy. Both coffee and tea contain different types of polyphenols, which are powerful antioxidants that protect against heart disease and cancer. coffee gives an instant kick, while tea offers a smooth boost. The caffeine in coffee and polyphenols in tea may help in lose weight.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

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  70. Tea is all right, but coffee is life itself.
    Take my house, but leave my coffee.
    Call me whatever you’d like, but take my coffee and expect war.
    Coffee is a gift from the gods even if you don’t believe in them.
    Nothing like fresh shots from freshly roasted coffee, topped with thick, rich caramel-colored crema. Drunk black or in a perfect triple-layered (coffee-milk-froth) cappuccino with a dusting of cinnamon.
    Perfection. Chocolate gets jealous.
    But don’t get me wrong. Tea is fine.

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  71. For a single badly formulated question, so many good answers! 🙂
    Enjoy tea and/or coffee as you like them, they are yummy and good for your body!
    Cheers!

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  72. It depends on personal choice, someone like tea while someone like coffee.
    I like to introduce you a new variants of tea known as Bubble Tea, which is getting popularity very fast. I like this bubble tea over tea and coffee.
    Bubble tea is a Taiwanese tea-based drink invented in Tainan and Taichung in the 1980s. Most bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed with fruit or milk, to which chewy tapioca balls and fruit jelly are often added.

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  73. Winner by a large margin is tea. Coffee is just a symbol of status type thing.
    The quantity of caffein is the big concern in coffee. Its is quantified upto 10 times in coffee when compared to the same amount of tea sample.

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  74. I prefer tea. Specifically caffeine free tea. I find that it tastes better plus I don’t get a caffeine dependence/addiction. I don’t want to have anything that I rely on to get me through the day (other than what’s necessary like food and water).
    You see people out there who can’t get anything done unless they get their fix. That’s not good. I don’t recommend getting to that point. Stick to either caffeine free tea or coffee. Drink whichever you like better. It’s your taste buds, so you choose. There’s a saying in another language that translates to: on taste and smell you cannot disagree . Meaning you can’t argue about what tastes or smells good because people have different opinions about that.

    Stay sharp. Stay safe.

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  75. “Which is better, tea or coffee? Why?”
    I like both. Long ago I slightly preferred tea.
    It turned out that tea badly stained my teeth. The dental technician had to work hard scraping my teeth clean. I offered to switch to coffee. That was easier on my dental technician.
    You don’t have to consider that enough to switch but it was enough for me when I was still in my mid-20s. I switched to coffee for that reason. I liked both enough that I didn’t need a bigger reason.
    If your goal is vitamins, a serving of green tea is better.

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  76. Go with what your taste-buds say!

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    A couple of cups of tea or coffee are both fine to have.
    They both have a small amount of helpful antioxidants too – tea has flavonoids while coffee has quinines.
    Green tea has higher antioxidants than both and therefore if you like the taste, you might want to consider it too.
    Bottom line – choose whichever beverage you want, keep it to a couple of cups – and watch the sugar or cream that goes in!

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  77. I love both.coffee in the morning tea in the afternoon and sometimes decaf or sleepy time tea in the evening with french vanilla creamer. Of course Iced tea occasionally.

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  78. Those people are psychos. Really I liked coffee when I was younger and then switched to tea later, and it’s at least conceivable that someone could do the opposite. Personal preference is a funny thing.
    Tea is more diverse in types, it seems to me, and requires more of a learning curve to get into the different forms. It’s lighter, and contains less caffeine, the effect of which is offset by theanine, which calms you. It’s probably quite healthy, but then again who knows, a lot of what’s communicated about that comes from people selling it. It probably requires more messing around because Starbucks or any other vendor could sell you a passable coffee version but unless bubble tea is of interest you would have to make your own tea; to go through the trouble of soaking dried leaves in hot water.
    Cultural aspects come into play, not so much in the national sense (although there is that), but related to how people self-identify tied to all sorts of minor preferences. It’s the same sort of difference that would have someone preferring wraps to sandwiches; the form and attributes vary, but also the image.
    The question can be interpreted as asking why tea is appealing in general, and as with any experiential subject to some limited extent that can be described and beyond that it just can’t. Why is chocolate or ice cream pleasant, or fresh-cut french fries? Concepts and words only go so far in explaining that. Good tea is good; that’s it. There are layers to the experience, ranges of subtle flavors in different types, evolved appreciation for mouth-feel, aftertaste experience, and drug-like effects from tea, beyond simple relaxation. These would have to be experienced to really be understood.
    I started a Space here to explain what tea is all about, but answers to basic questions only go so far, and don’t really extend to capturing the actual experience.
    Specialty Tea

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    comparison tasting, or really more an experience of contrasting versions, in this case

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  79. Generally, tea and coffee contains caffeine. But the amount can vary significantly depending on the origin, type and preparation of the drink. Tea leaves contains 3.5% caffeine, while coffee beans have 1.1- 2.2%. however the coffee brewing process which extract more of the caffeine from the beans.
    Therefore, one cup (237 ml) of brewed coffee generally have more caffeine than a cup of tea.
    In large doses caffeine has been associated with anxiety, restlessness and difficulty sleeping. Some studies suggest that drinking it regularly even in moderate amounts, can causes chronic headaches and migraines.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

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  80. Obviously its TEA!
    Because i have read an interesting article about negatives of coffee on an App which is exclusively for Doctors, download the app, Whitecoats and read more doctor related articles.

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  81. “Better” is a subjective opinion.
    Some people will think Tea is better than coffee , some will think the opposite .
    I think the caffeine content in coffee is higher than in tea . Most people use either tea or coffee as a stimulant so perhaps coffee becomes a bit more stimulant.

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  82. Coffee because it has a higher concentration of caffeine & I have a sleeping disorder. I like the taste of tea though so I also drink it. But coffee is my favorite.

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  83. Both coffee and tea contain antioxidants — chemical compounds that may reduce your risk of certain conditions like cancer or diabetes. Coffee has more antioxidants generally than tea preparations. In fact, a 2013 study found that coffee contained more antioxidants than tea , hot chocolate, and red wine.

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  84. TEA BETTER THAN COFFEE? THESE ARE THE STRONG PROOFS
    It is better for your workflow (than coffee), for your energy level (than coffee), for your stress level (than coffee), for your focus (than coffee), for a healthier body… Anyway; tea is better than coffee – really. Science agrees – and Obama.

    If you’re more into pros than cons, then tea instead of coffee is for you. Tea has the benefits of coffee, minus the drawbacks! Plus a few extra benefits! Added together: tea is simply better than coffee.

    Tip: always in a hurry and stressed? Follow our 1-day time management course!
    Knowing more?
    TEA BETTER THAN COFFEE, WHAT’S THAT?
    The 3 most important (plus 1 bonus) researched benefits of tea, listed here to convince you of healthy and effective tea use:

    1. TEA GIVES YOU MORE AND LONGER ENERGY – WITHOUT CAFFEINE CRASH
    A cup of tea contains about a third of the caffeine in a cup of coffee, while providing double to triple the energy!

    “The 15 to 30 mg of caffeine in a cup of tea will give you extra energy for 3 to 6 hours, while coffee with its 50 to 70 mg of caffeine is only good for a boost for 1.5 hours.” – Nutrition center

    The caffeine in a cup of tea also increases your physical performance (energy) by up to 11%, according to research. Handy if you are going to exercise, but also good if you literally have to work hard.

    In addition, coffee is known for the caffeine crash, which you get once the drink wears off. An energy dip that, on the other hand, will be spared after a cup of tea.
    2. INCREASES FOCUS AND REDUCES STRESS
    Coffee does give you more focus, but only because your fatigue receptors are temporarily switched off and your blood pressure is increased. (Especially green) tea is just that little bit healthier. It offers you the same focus, but without faking your brain and rushing your body.

    “This is our favorite way to achieve that ‘laser-like focus’: drinking green tea. We drink it almost every day. It’s healthy, it doesn’t have the side effects, but it does have all the benefits that coffee has. In short: tea is better than coffee for your productivity.”

    Tea gives you that focus feeling – unlike coffee – without increasing your stress levels. Something that happens with coffee because of the increased blood pressure.

    “Caffeine causes a brief but dramatic rise in your blood pressure, even when you don’t have high blood pressure. The cause of this sudden increase is unclear. Some scientists believe that caffeine blocks a hormone that helps keep your blood vessels wide enough. Others think that caffeine promotes higher adrenaline production, which raises your blood pressure.”

    (Green) tea gives you a calm, calming feeling in addition to that ‘laser-like focus’. This is due to the L-Theanine component that competes with the caffeine, which has a calming effect. Especially useful in a chaotic office with tough targets and deadlines, or during those hectic family mornings, for example… You want to hurry, but don’t overshoot. Focus and calmness is what a cup of green tea can offer you.
    3. IT’S GOOD FOR YOUR BODY
    It is not only good for your head and your workflow, the rest of your body and limbs also benefit from a tea drinking session. Science shows us why tea is better than coffee for your body:

    Tea benefits your resistance, so that you can finally get rid of that wintery snotty nose. According to this and this research, tea is the biggest enemy of bacteria in your body.
    Your intestines, including your intestines, also benefit – which is not a superfluous luxury for your well-being.
    It also gives your metabolism (research) and fat burning system (research) a big boost, so you not only lose weight faster, but also convert food into energy faster!
    As far as hydration is concerned, you are also completely fine with tea. More than a good thing, according to research, tea hydrates your body even better than water… The antioxidants that you also get for free, which is not the case with water, are just a nice bonus.
    Do you see that? So tea is not only better than coffee, but even better than water. And water was already essential to your productivity! Can you find out what tea will do for your work and body?

    So you are healthier, have more and longer energy, are more focused, but you are also more relaxed – that’s a new combination, right? And if you think that’s all, I have one more surprise for you…
    4. OBAMA = FAN
    Obama’s office kitchen cupboards are full of… Tea! A very smart move by Barack, because the president of the United States is the first who can use some energy, focus, health and above all calmness in his important and stressful job.

    So tea will even make our world a better place, since no one in that important state seat with elevated blood pressure or caffeine crash has to make important decisions.

    Works so much better with a cup of tea, for Obama—and for you and your organization just as well.

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  85. I believe tea is the best.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    In my opinion, Tea is the best. It is one of the most popular drinks in the world after water. There are thousands of varieties and flavors, but they all fall into four basic groups: black tea, green tea, white tea, and oolong tea. In addition to the various physical health benefits of tea, there are also many mental and emotional advantages that come from drinking this age-old beverage. Tea is a powerful stress reliever. It contains L-theanine, an amino acid that can help promote a restful state of mind and body. Drinking tea can make you feel relaxed yet alert at the same time. These are some :
    1. Green Tea

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    This type of tea can efficiently assist people to lose weight and melt away unhealthy belly fat. Green tea is high in minerals and antioxidants, which may help you burn fat, lose weight, and improve your health. The anti-inflammatory qualities of green tea can aid in the reduction of skin irritation, redness, and edema.
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  86. Coffee. Someone needs to stick up for coffee here, so I will. Coffee is amazing and wonderful, and I can’t imagine life without it. Tea is fine too – but I could lose it with fewer ill effects on my temperament.
    I will always choose coffee over tea, with the following exceptions:

    If at a restaurant that doesn’t serve good coffee. (Far too common)
    To be polite if served tea at someone’s house.
    If I have a cold. For some reason coffee doesn’t taste good, but tea is fine in this case.
    For really good Indian spiced Chai or Thai iced coffee.

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  87. Whats your favorite tea or coffee?
    No coffee, but tea, and the ‘’favorite’’ part changes depending on the time of day, so:
    hibiscus in the morning
    chai with almond milk in the afternoon
    raspberry in the evening
    But one thing stays constant: always in a nice porcelain cup, never in plastic, Styrofoam, or other disposable container.
    And I relish every sip of it, often while listening to music or reading a book.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

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  88. It isn’t. The study I like the most was a study of other coffee studies of over 1 million participants which concluded that…………………… COFFEE DRINKERS HAVE A GREATLY REDUCED CHANCE OF DEATH!

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  89. I’m more of a coffee drinker, than a tea drinker. Having said that, I will say that tea can be more thirst-quenching than coffee. Also, there is such a broad and wonderful variety of teas out there.
    One other thought occurs to me. Tea may be much easier to pair with savory dishes than can be claimed for coffee.

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  90. You might find the answer to your question here:
    8 Benefits of Drinking Tea
    Believed to have originated in China in the 2nd century BC, hot tea was originally used for medicinal purposes. News of its flavorful and restorative properties later spread to vast regions, including Portugal, Greece, India, and the United Kingdom. Today, people around the world embrace the sweet whistle of a hot tea kettle not only because it tastes good, but also because it’s good for you.Long Description
    In honor of National Hot Tea Month, we’ve compiled these eight health benefits of drinking hot tea:
    Enhances your eye health
    Reduces your risk of stroke
    Sharpens your memory
    Prevents tooth decay
    Improves your digestion
    Reduces your blood pressure
    Strengthens your immune system
    Curbs your stress and anxiety
    Discover more about how you can start reaping the benefits from this time-honored hot drink below.
    Enhances your eye health
    Thanks to the antioxidants found in green and white teas, you can improve your eye health and help prevent serious eye-related complications, like cataracts and glaucoma, just by sipping a hot cup.
    Reduces your risk of stroke
    Research shows that drinking at least three cups of green or black tea each day can lead to a 21% reduction in your risk of stroke. The findings concluded that catechins, a chemical compound found in green and black teas, have stroke-reducing effects on the vascular system.
    Sharpens your memory
    Drinking hot tea regularly can keep your brain in tip-top shape. Studies suggest that the minimally-processed green tea leaves from the Camellia sinensis bush helps boost cognitive functioning, including the working memory.
    Prevents tooth decay
    You may be surprised to learn that a cup of black tea each day can reduce your risk of cavities and gum disease. Research shows that enzyme-rich compounds can prevent plaque and bacteria from forming on teeth and gums.
    Improves your digestion
    Herbal teas, like chamomile, mint, rosemary, and lavender, can improve your digestive health. The infusions and mixtures of herbs can be an effective treatment for gas, indigestion, constipation, and other digestive symptoms.
    Reduces your blood pressure
    If you are searching for a natural way to reduce your blood pressure, look to the plant-based antioxidants, called flavonoids, found in green or oolong tea. Research shows that drinking just a half-cup of antioxidant-rich green or oolong tea each day can reduce high blood pressure risk by almost 50%.
    Strengthens your immune system
    A stronger immune system can protect you from the cold, flu, and other illnesses. One way to give it a boost is to take in the powerful antioxidant blend found in green or chamomile tea as part of your everyday routine.
    Curbs stress and anxiety
    Drinking hot tea has a naturally calming effect. Enjoying a cup requires us to sit, slow down, and relax – all of which are natural weapons against stress and anxiety. The key to feeling stress- and anxiety-free is to go for caffeine-free herbal teas, such as peppermint and passion flower… continue here

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  91. It depends on how much you care about the caffeine effects to your body. Coffee has much higher levels of caffeine than tea, in addition to the fundamental difference in the way it is absorbed by our bloodstream when consuming coffee or tea. In tea there is a component called the Theanine, which is a very unique component of tea which is a natural regulator of caffeine, apart from that theanine provides a very long attentive focus and mental alertness to the brain. In case of tea the caffeine intake is regulated and it is abosrbed in small quantities over a period of 3 to 4 hours. However in coffee there is no such regulator and the absorption is almost immediate and it produces the side effects of caffeine jitters and upset stomachs and increased acidity.
    Apart from this aspect there are other benefits in tea like the higher antioxidants, and it is good for your digestive system also. Though it is not officially proven people have witnessed increased levels of immunity in early stages of cancers.
    There may be other benefits of drinking coffee , though.

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  92. Well coffee has caffeine which keeps you going and give some energy boost but it can become an addiction and caffeine is not that good for your health when taken regularly
    Tea on the other side, it has some immunity power and if you add good stuff in that like tulsi, adrak and stuff, it’d be healthy..(also try to add honey instead of sugar in it)
    So tea is healthier as far as I know🤧

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  93. Cimperman said drinking tea has been linked to lower risks of cancer and heart disease , improved weight loss, and a stronger immune system. Meanwhile, studies point to coffee as a potential way to head off not just Parkinson’s but type 2 diabetes, liver disease, and heart problems, Cimperman says.

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  94. Which is better: tea or coffee?

    There are two unique sorts of individuals on this planet: tea sweethearts and espresso darlings. Both the beverages have their own arrangements of medical advantages which makes them unique in relation to one another at the same time, in this article, we will contrast them with discover which one is better for your wellbeing and encourages you in weight reduction also.
    We are frequently confounded about which refreshment to drink during the night time in light of the fact that the two of them empower you and gives different sorts of medical advantages. A few people can’t begin their day without having espresso or tea as these beverages improve the mind-set and make you more ready. On the off chance that you are one of those individuals who simply remain in the kitchen and can’t choose which drink to have at that point, we will help you! Here, in this article, we are giving an unmistakable examination among espresso and tea, so that, from the following time, you can without much of a stretch choose which one to drink!
    1. Caffeine
    Caffeine is significant for boosting the energy and making you more ready. It is required in a huge add up to manage a taxing day at work. As indicated by past examinations, tea contains more caffeine than espresso yet when fermented, the measure of caffeine in espresso increments. Caffeine isn’t awful for you however, on the off chance that you have it in an exorbitant sum, it can cause inconveniences in your resting examples and you can even get nervousness. Along these lines, we can say that with regards to caffeine content, tea is a superior choice!
    2. Diabetes
    A few cups of espresso every day is connected with a diminished danger of creating type 2 diabetes. The substance of espresso is accepted to control the glucose levels and improve the utilization of insulin inside the body. Discussing tea, it is useful for your general wellbeing at the same time, it doesn’t assist much in managing diabetes.
    3. Cancer prevention agents
    In the event that we contrast tea and espresso as far as the cell reinforcement content, tea will consistently win! Tea is stacked with cancer prevention agents that help in detoxifying the body and battling with different kinds of illnesses. While espresso additionally contains cell reinforcements yet the substance is low when contrasted with tea.
    4. Amount
    Presently, we will discuss the amounts of how much espresso or tea you can drink in one day. Espresso contains practically twofold the measure of caffeine than tea and drinking it a ton can hurt your wellbeing. You can drink up to 5 cups of tea and 3 cups of espresso each day. Along these lines, we can say that tea is a champ on this purpose of examination.
    5. Weight reduction
    At the point when you are attempting to get in shape, green tea can be the most ideal decision for you! Green tea contains very nearly zero calories, which can help in boosting your digestion and improve your body’s general capacity to consume fats. Then again, espresso can cause you to feel full and speed up your digestion however, not that much that it helps in weight reduction. In this way, tea wins here once more!
    Generally
    We can say that it is consistently hard to choose which drink is better at the same time, on the off chance that we take a gander at the pointers, tea is doubtlessly a champ! Notwithstanding, in the event that you are a working individual or need to buckle down in the rec center, espresso can be a decent decision for you! Simply recollect that the two of them has their own medical advantages however, savoring them an unreasonable sum is awful for your wellbeing.

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  95. I prefer drinking tea, but smelling coffee. I brew coffee for the aroma (and let others drink it), and steep the tea (real, loose leaf) to drink. Why? Personal taste preference, health, and I feel better after drinking tea; but there is just something about the smell of coffee in the morning.

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  96. It all depends on the numbers.
    Most of the habitual drinkers follow it up with a cigarette.
    Anything in moderation is fine, I believe.

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  97. It’s actually not for many people. I’ve run across a number of folks who either don’t like coffee, or sugar and creamer it until it no longer resembles what coffee is meant to be. However, for myself, and many others, coffee is much more than a drink. It’s a ritual. I enjoy the whole process. Grinding the beans, brewing, whether it’s in my ninja, French press, moka pot, pour over, or whatever. And then to drink it, black, enjoying it in the purest form possible. Tea, it’s simple, and relaxing, but there’s not much to it. Coffee is something you can truly make your own.

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  98. I love both, but I prefer tea than coffee. Tea gives me a light flavor, so I can drink it all day long, while I can only drink coffee in the morning.
    Well, actually, coffee is pretty good for your heart if you use it in a good schedule.
    I’m in love with the Vietnamese phin coffee, wow, I had a chance to try it in my previous Vietnam tour and I can’t forget about its flavor. With a bit condensed milk, that kind of coffee really glow my mind.
    Oh, and if you want to drink tea but don’t want to stay awake all night long, you can add some milk in. It’s very tasty and creamy and… wonderful!

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  99. Tea is better than coffee.
    Tea is healthier than coffee.
    Tea tastes better than coffee.
    Tea is more relaxing than coffee.
    Tea is cheaper than coffee.
    It’s easier to prepare tea than it is to make coffee (you just pour hot water over the leaves).

    You can read this article to know more benefits of tea.

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  100. Greetings,
    Without a doubt: tea, there are many types of tea that can be infused like stinging nettle, oatstraw, mints, and others that are extremely beneficial and are “medicine.” Coffee for the most part is acidic, although, I sure enjoy it on a few occasions – it sure tastes good!
    Hope this helps~

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  101. Umm coffee and tea are both so delicious- how can I choose?? If I had to have only one then maybe tea because it seems slightly healthier.

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  102. Ginger lemon tea is a traditional drink in many European and Asian countries. Ginger is the spicy, warm, aromatic and pungent ingredient of ginger lemon tea, allowing you to keep stomach warm during the cold days. Lemon is multi-functional ingredient of ginger lemon tea, besides to enhance the flavor of ginger, it can remove dyspepsia, prevent dental diseases and relieve stress. Ginger lemon tea is also a good aid for digestion as it aids prevention and stops problems with gas and bloating caused by over-eating.
    Ginger lemon tea has a light flavor that is often served hot or iced, depending on the season. It may be mixed with honey for added sweetness. The health benefits of ginger lemon tea are derived from its antioxidants and vitamins, especially Vitamin C. This herb relieves nausea and is also used to treat colds and relieve inflammation, soothe menstrual pain, clear mucous from the body, boost heart health and slow down the onset of dementia. When should you reach for a cup of ginger lemon tea? On days that you’re not feeling well, when you’re suffering from an upset stomach or low energy level.
    Ginger lemon tea recipe includes an endless list of health benefits. Ginger is a type of herb that originated in Asia, and the ginger lemon tea is one of the most popular herbal drinks all over the world – including Europe and America.
    Ginger lemon tea is an age old recipe for keeping the body fit and healthy. It is made from the heart warming ginger, the light stimulating and immune boosting lemon with mild pungency of green tea. The ginger in this tea tones down the acidity of lemon that prevents stomach disorders. Moreover, with its antibacterial ability this tea protects from various infections.
    Ginger lemon tea is a widely used spice for body warming and is good for muscles, spleen and stomach. It can be served as an ideal hot drink in autumn and winter. To know how to make ginger lemon tea well, you should read the article from below!
    Ginger and lemon tea is a great combination for your health. Ginger has many health benefits such as aid digestion, lower pain, fight cold and flu etc. Ginger lemon tea is a great addition to our life style. It makes us healthy and happy. This video will tell you how to make a delicious ginger lemon tea in just minutes. Enjoy!
    For centuries, the combination of these ingredients has been considered a marriage made in heaven. Just like a fine wine that can improve with age, the marriage of lemon and ginger actually warms and deepens over time. This recipe for hot ginger lemon tea includes these ingredients, as well as fresh squeezed lemons and honey. Serve it on its own or use it to make relaxing iced tea.
    I am interested in lemon ginger tea because it is fresh, healthy and tasty. This drink is very popular in Asia and Europe because it has a delicious taste.
    A hot glass of lemon ginger tea is anyone’s best companion on a chilly day. It’s an excellent cold cure and can be sipped on all year long. Lemon ginger tea is good for your digestion as well as it aids in removing toxins and strengthening your immune system.
    Ginger is an ancient spice with a rich history of use in Eastern medicine. Ginger was used as far back as 2500 B.C. as a natural remedy to help with ailments such as nausea, stomach pain and arthritis. It’s also been used as an anti-bacterial agent with strong antioxidant properties. The versatility of ginger is unbelievable, it is a great thing to keep on hand in the kitchen at all times. Not only is ginger a great seasoning for any protein or salad but it can also be used to make tea! Try this delicious ginger lemon tea recipe today
    This mix of lemons and ginger is perfect for when you’ve got a cold.

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  103. Green tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. These include improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and many other impressive benefits….

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

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  104. I used to be mainly a tea drinker. Then I came to Australia and fully adopted the coffee mania that exists here and became a coffee nerd who can compare a skim latte with a long black or flat white. Now I’m thinking that a good old cup of tea is actually more refreshing than a cup of coffee. It doesn’t have that little after taste that coffee has. I still drink a fair bit of coffee though but rediscovering tea every now and then.

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  105. Of course, some moderation may apply. .I add more water, and sip my toffee(tea-coffee) through the day. Crëam helps add a bit of balance.just my view, I love it, currently with coffee and orange tea.
    BlessedBee 🕊️🖖☕)0(,~~~~

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  106. I don’t, like most people in Asia, we have a, cofftea I call it, it’s simply made, a tea spoon of coffee and 1 English tea bag, milk and sugar is your choice???
    I have it, black like my heart.

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  107. In terms of test/flavor, health benefits, price?
    It depends, there are many things attached to both drinks. Coffee has gained the reputation of being a source of energy, specially in the western part of the world. and Tea is associated with a soft drink with calming values. I grew up in Colombia, in fact I was raised in a coffee farm, and coffee was just a drink. it did not have a special connotation. Even though, Colombia is well known for its high quality coffee and the product is one of the most important for the economy.
    When it comes down to select which one is better, your own reasoning is the one with the final word. and that is shaped by unique preferences. I love coffee because, I grew up drinking it, I know how important is for the economy, and I know all the hard work farmers put to produce and I know that by consuming I am somehow paying back.

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  108. I won’t say which one is better but there is something I can’t live without saying:—
    “Ek to chai garam
    Dusra teri aankhon mein sharam
    Teesra tere hoth naram
    Mile…

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  109. Neither.
    I’ve seen the supposed health benefits of each sway back and forth over the years. Some days they’re health, some days they’re supposedly not. Some days each helps fight cancer, others they say they’ll cause cancer. It’s unrealistic to treat either one as medicinal at all. Drink it because you like it. Don’t drink too much, don’t drink one thing exclusively.
    Now, I will say – if you broaden your definition of “tea” to include flavored teas and herbal tisanes, then tea is definitely the winner on the health front – most tisanes, and many flavored teas, include very significant amounts of vitamin C, and that’s almost always a good thing.

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  110. Both coffee and tea have health benefits. Don’t load your coffee or tea with sugar and milk, it can be a good source of nutrients and antioxidants.
    Fresh tea leaves are rich source of phytochemicals called catechins, which have potent antioxidant properties. When it comes to health, green tea help lower the risk of certain cancers and heart disease. Regular black tea drinkers have also been found to have a lower risk of heart disease.
    The evidence for coffee’s health benefits centre around diabetes. Drinking coffee at least three cups per day has been linked to a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes . Coffee caffeinatedand decaffeinated contains antioxidant called chlorogenic acid, which has been shown to dampen inflammation in body, reduce glucose absorption and improve how the body uses insulin, the hormone that lowers blood glucose. Coffee also contains magnesium, mineral linked to blood sugar regulation.
    There is a downside with coffee for some people: Its high caffeine content. (Tea contains much less caffeine than coffee). Drinking too much coffee can …

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  111. Tea, of course. Coffee is powerful, but tea is magical. Drinking coffee is like taking prescription drugs to alleviate symptoms. Drinking tea is like refusing to become sick.

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  112. Coffee and tea have the same drug, but they are very different drinks. I love both and do not wish to miss either.
    The great German illustrator Christoph Niemann says that he needs a cup of tea every morning, to be wide awake to enjoy his coffee. I find that is a cute approach (or statement). However, the two drinks are very different in essence and connect to very different philosophical approaches.
    I simply love the fact that I have access to both and truly enjoy preparing both.

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  113. Tea or Coffee? That’s truly an issue of preference. Although, I enjoy a cup of coffee, I lean towards tea as my choice of drink. Both are good, and have several health benefits.
    Please, keep in mind when preparing it’s best to drink them in their purest form.

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  114. I am married to tea, but I have a passionate affair with coffee.
    Tea starts the day, makes the mid-morning bearable, accompanies my lunch, carries me through the mid-afternoon, settles me down when I get home, quenches my evening thirst. One and a half sugars, no milk at work but just a drop of lactose-free at home. Tea starts the weekend – feed the cats, make tea, go back to bed for lie-in with fiancé.
    Then coffee. Top up the coffee grinder, start it and smell the aroma. Fill the stovetop pot with ground coffee and water and put it on the heat to brew. Pour the fresh espresso into two large mugs. Fill the milk frother, heat and top up mug for fiancé. My own coffee receives a top-up of hot water and…a few sugars…then lacto-free cream on top if we have any, otherwise a spoonful of the frothed milk. And now we know it’s the weekend!

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  115. I think tea would be better.Tea contains less caffeine,which won’t let you suffering insomnia,you know sleep is very important for our health.More,the polyphenols in tea are beneficial for human. It can reduce the risk of developing coronary artery disease and a number of other health problems.The polyphenols found in tea have also been linked with cancer reduction, as they appear to block the action of some enzymes linked with cancer.

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  116. For me – tea is the most refreshing – and I drink quite a lot of it in the afternoons and evenings – perhaps six cups. In the mornings however, I drink coffee – the first at 5.30 to 5.45 and another at morning tea (10.00) and another with lunch. If I am in the field however, I take in erzatz coffee as then I only need to carry a thermos of hot water. That is never reliably hot enough to brew tea, by the mid afternoon. Sadly, for me, brewed tea held in a thermos tastes awful.

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  117. All things in moderation. Tea saved Eastern civilization by purifying the water supply. Alcohol saved Western civilization for the same reason. Coffee is the drug that keeps the whole world turning.

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  118. There are different varieties of tea and coffee are available.Choosing them is purely depend on people. Drinking tea has been linked to lower risks of cancer and heart disease, improved weight loss, and a stronger immune system. And coffee as a potential way to type 2 diabetes, liver disease, and heart problems.

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  119. Depends!! On what do you mean by” being healthier”.
    Neither coffee nor tea is considered to be an essential source of any macro or micro nutrients, they are stimulants.
    Tea is known for its leucine content which calms down your brain but also contains caffeine.
    That’s why, unlike coffee, you don’t feel jittery, anxious or have sweaty palms when you consume tea. It slowly releases caffeine’s effect instead of a burst of energy.
    Coffee on the other hand doesn’t have the added advantage of leucine that’s why there’s an explosion of caffeine driven, unsustainable energy.
    If I want to read something in a relaxed way, kind of laid back, then I drink tea.
    While if I need a jolt of energy , kind of a bucket of ice on head when you are sleepy, then I have coffee. That’s why most of the energy drinks like Redbull, sting, monster, have such high levels of caffeine.
    So as a stimulant they have their own uses. But I can’t comment on health aspect.

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  120. Both are good. It depends on your mood and personal choice. I used to like coffee but now I like black tea and oolong tea. I don’t like milk tea.

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  121. A hot cup of coffee can perk you up in the morning. A soothing cup of tea can help you relax after a stressful day.
    Tea :
    Studies have suggested that drinking three or more cups of tea a day could actually be better for you than drinking the same amount of water, with the antioxidants contained within tea boosting the body’s health, at the same time as rehydrating it.
    Tea reduces the risk of heart disease , Tea hydrates the body ,Tea prevents tooth decay, your memory power increases while drinking tea Beating cancer through the power of tea ,
    Coffee :
    Caffiene the most widely consumed psychoactive substance in the world, is the best known ingredient of coffee. Its beneficial effects on the human body has been researched quite well, but coffee as a whole is a complex beverage with a thousand different substances. Some studies argue that decaf and caffeinated coffee may have the same health effects and suggest that it’s not the caffeine that is responsible for most of coffee’s health benefits.
    Coffee boosts your physical performance.
    Coffee may help you lose weight.
    Coffee helps you burn fat.
    Coffee helps you focus and stay alert.
    Coffee lowers risk of death.
    Coffee reduces risk of cancers.
    Coffee brightens your mood, helps fight depression and lowers risk of suicide which is a very good beneifit through coffee.
    I would suggest both have equally advantages and disadvatages…
    So everything in limit would be a better choice for all the tea and coffee lovers …

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  122. Tea is better than coffee, according to Dr. Priyanka Rohtagi, Chief Clinical Nutritionist, Apollo Hospitals, since it contains less caffeine. However, the technique of preparation is equally important. “If you brew your beverages frequently, the antioxidants will be compromised, which is bad for your health.”
    Tea is the most common beverage in the world after water. It’s called black tea because it’s created by steeping dried leaves from the Camellia sinensis plant. Tea leaves are crushed, dried, and fermented to release polyphenols, which are natural compounds found in the plant.
    The Camellia plant produces green, white, and oolong tea, but the leaves are processed differently. Herbal teas are made from the dried leaves, roots, seeds, or fruit of a wide range of plants.
    Coffee is another popular beverage. It’s made from pulverised, roasted seeds from the coffee cherry, also known as coffee beans. Thousands of natural compounds may be found in a single cup of coffee. Depending on the circumstances, each cup may differ.
    What are the health advantages of drinking tea?
    Tea consumption has been linked to a decreased risk of early mortality, stroke, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes in studies.
    Polyphenols, a vast category of thousands of naturally occurring plant chemicals, are abundant in tea. Although the exact mechanism of action of tea is unknown, research suggests that the plant chemicals may be beneficial:
    Cholesterol reduction
    Reduce your blood pressure.
    Reduce inflammation
    Sugar and fat metabolism are regulated.
    Control insulin sensitivity.
    Control your body’s temperature.
    Tea also contains l-theanine, an amino acid that may pass the blood-brain barrier. Theanine protects the brain and may help prevent memory loss, often known as cognitive decline.
    Green and black tea exhibit anti-cancer qualities in animal trials against stomach, oesophagus, oral, prostate, and colon cancer. However, outcomes from human studies are varied or inconclusive. While tea may contain these characteristics, this does not guarantee that it will protect you from cancer.
    What are coffee’s health benefits?
    Coffee consumption has been related to a reduced risk of liver illness, heart disease, certain brain disorders, type 2 diabetes, and mortality. It’s also unclear how coffee benefits your health, but research suggest it may have some positive characteristics. Among them are:

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  123. I am a coffee lover but not being biased there is no such comparison as which is a better option as both the things have their own benefits and fan following. Caffeine is an instant rush into your blood and a wake-up drink where according to me tea is more of a subtle beverage relaxing your body and relieving your neurons.
    Just to add a fact which I went through some time back a person suffering from anxiety should consume tea as it will relive you and if you want to rush into your work grab a cup of coffee.

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  124. Truth is Neither Tea Nor Coffee is Good.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    Both are highly acidic and increases acid in your body. More Acidic your body is, more it will be prone to the diseases as acidic bodymakes favourable environment for various micro organisms which are not good for your health.
    If you really want to drink Tea or Coffee then prefer Tea over Coffee.
    It should be consumed only after 3 hours after Breakfast and lunch. That is the best time to have Tea and that too as dilute as you can make.
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  125. Good question.
    The answer is tea. And there is a solid reason behind it:
    Coffee contains clorogenic and phenolic acids that inhibit the hydrolysis of carbohydrates by enzymes in your mouth. Said otherwise, it does hinder the pre-digestion of carbs while chewing.
    This breakdown of carbs helps in the digestion in your stomach will work more efficiently and avoid that you get hungry later.
    While tea has substances that could block the absorption of non-HEME iron in vegans and vegetarians this effect is greatly overpowered by the presence of vitamin C and in any case you should just avoid to take tea during your meals.

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  126. Coffee. Not only because of the taste. But by knowing the amount of pesticides used.
    I have a small coffee plantation in which no pesticides are sprayed (we use fertilizers like Urea, Potash etc). But tea plantations are mostly sprayed with pesticides every fortnight. Hence I prefer coffee to tea.

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  127. I make my coffee one of two ways, either using my drip pot which is convenient and easy, but won’t produce a great tasting cup, or my French Press pot which is a bit more work but makes a great tasting cup of coffee every time. The difference between drip and press is that the drip method removes the oils from the final coffee product that the press method seems to leave behind and I notice that the press method seems to do a better job of waking me up than the drip method. I usually like mine with a touch of sugar and some non dairy creamer and have a way of preparing it so that it almost resembles a cappuccino with a bit of foam on top too.
    In the afternoons to evening I turn to tea, usually non caffeinated herbal types. A few of my favorites include Traditional Medicine brand Throat Coat with slippery elm bark that is good for digestion and weight loss and helps protect the health of the throat and vocal cords. I also am …

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  128. I love both.
    I mostly find myself a coffee person though primarily because it is much easier to acquire quality coffee over quality tea. And it’s much cheaper to boot.
    Coffee is the world’s number one beverage and coffee bean production is common in many countries. My own native land is rich in coffee production and it is ridiculously easy to get good quality coffee for cheap where I live. I can get a quality bag of coffee beans for $2, one entire kilo (more than two pounds for those of you in America).
    By contrast, getting tea is a far more expensive endeavor. To get quality tea I would need to spend upwards of $12 and that is measured in grams and not kilos. Even the cheap low quality tea you can get at the supermarket like Twinings costs $5 for twenty tea bags. That’s twenty cups of low quality tea for $5. Meanwhile the $2 bag of coffee beans I got will give me upwards of 50 cups of great coffee.
    And that’s good quality coffee, and poor quality tea.
    Coffee Luwak (aka the infamous Civet Coffee) is made near where I live, I can get an entire kilo of it for just $10 straight from the source. I need to climb a mountain to do it, but if I really wanted to I could.
    So as much as I love tea, I end up being a coffee person by sheer virtue of economics.
    Oh, if I lived in Taiwan or Japan I’d probably be more a tea drinker because it’d be easier to get good quality tea.

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  129. For me its a Coffee.. From thinking coffee is just over rated, to falling in love with it and not be able to go even a day without it, I have had a huge transition! All Thanks to LOVE N LATTE! I mean they just have this crazy fantastic coffee which no one can resist. Had it the first time at a friend’s place and now have it stocked all year at my place! I recommend it to everyone!! 🙂

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

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  130. Both are not so good for health . Milk is always best for health. Before British came in India we used tea or coffee for release cough and cold. In ayurveda no place for tea or coffee. It prefers hot drink is made of tulsi and ginger.

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  131. Coffee is incredibly high in antioxidants. Several studies have shown that people get more antioxidants from coffee than any other food group. Black tea offers a variety of health benefits, including the improved cholesterol, better gut health and decreased blood pressure.

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  132. Tea is better. But its benefits depends upon the type of tea and also in its preparation. A tea which yields dark liquor and is made by boiling tea leaves in milk, water and sugar, doesn’t contain the antioxidants that tea naturally has.

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  133. I am trying to get get good tea leaves since so many years, either easily not available nor very expensive ( minimum two thousand per http://kg.to five thousand) , therefore I switch over to coffee.The coffee powder desired aroma easily available.Therfore better to take coffee , recently I am reading articles regarding coffee , is also so many medical benefits to health.If you want take tea prefer lemon tea, green tea, masala tea ( ginger,cardom mixed puthin Hara ) taste will Be better, local grocery store not available good variety of tea leaves , available only exclusively store.

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  134. Both are pretty healthy, but tea has more anti-oxidants (which reduce inflammation, improve healing, reduce the chance of certain cancers and neurological diseases, and help moderate weight). It has not been determine at what amount the effects level off, so it may be a wash, but I would lean towards tea being healthier. More importantly, regular sex has several benefits, including stress relief and prolonging and improving the quality of life. Coffee breath may inhibit regular sex (with a partner, anyway), so tea gets an additional edge. Maybe I should switch.

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  135. Yes,
    Tea has been linked to improving our health. It shows promise for protecting brain health. Coffee, drinking tea may help lower your risk of type 2 diabetes. Coffee drinking was associated with a reduced risk of bladder, breast, buccal and pharyngeal, colorectal, endometrial, esophageal, hepatocellular, leukemic, pancreatic, and prostate cancers.

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  136. Black tea, especially Keemun Black tea. A perfect breakfast tea, Keemun is the key ingredient in many breakfast blends, notably English Breakfast and Russian Caravan. It is great to drink by itself, or with milk or sugar.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

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  137. Both of them are CNS stimulants, it is good to have them in the morning. However, anything that’s more than the daily limit may cause side effects.

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  138. Yes, Tea is more better and healthier for you body because of it helps in weight reduction and diabetes control, and vitality counteracts liver illness, digestive issue and in addition tooth rot. It is likewise a delight help, it diminishes imperfections on skin, secures the skin against UV harm and sunburn. If you craving to purchase green tea then you can purchase it from a rumored online supplier offering the ea at reasonable costs.

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  139. Tea is a much better alternative to coffee. It does not cause hyperactivity or heart problems in the general sense (not unless you drink some caffeinated teas). Herbal teas have been known for their healing properties in indigenous cultures all over the world.

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  140. Tea and coffee have both long been touted for their physical, mental, emotional and social benefits. While both drinks have their advantages, both tea enthusiasts and coffee lovers will defend their drink of choice to the end. With the fierce competition between the two drinks, it may be difficult to sort out what’s true and what’s just hype. The following comparisons examine the potential benefits of the world’s two most popular hot drinks, allowing you to decide for yourself how they stack up. That being said, we see absolutely no reason why you can’t be a tea and a coffee person.
    SOCIAL BENEFITS
    Both tea and coffee serve important social functions. For millennia, friends and family members have used the two drinks as a reason to gather and discuss everything from diplomatic measures to the latest gossip. Today, the drinks continue to be a mainstay of discussion groups, although they now tend to be split by function.
    For example, tea is considered the drink of relaxation, which is why friends often use it as a way to unwind after a long day. Coffee, on the other hand, has come to be associated with the work world. Coworkers frequently gather around the coffee pot to take a break from their duties and charge up for the rest of the day.
    CAFFEINE
    Is caffeine beneficial? It depends who you ask: The harried worker facing a 16-hour shift may depend on the energy boost that caffeine provides, but researchers disagree on whether caffeine serves as a health risk or benefit.
    But when consumed in excess, caffeine can lead to reduced concentration and even panic attacks. Both coffee and several types of tea include caffeine, but coffee contains a much higher concentration. For this reason, those apt to drink large quantities are better off sticking to tea so that they don’t exceed the daily recommendation of 300 milligrams.
    ANTIOXIDANTS
    Coffee has its advantages, but tea wins in the war of the antioxidants. While green tea is most commonly associated with antioxidants, white tea actually contains more. Coffee also contains antioxidants, but in a much lower concentration than white tea.
    Both tea and coffee are capable of providing drinkers with benefits. Despite all the research, there still is no conclusive answer as to which drink is the better health choice. Based on caffeine levels, tea might be better if you like drinking your beverages in large quantities. Otherwise, when consumed in moderation, both beverages make an excellent addition to an overall balanced diet.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    In the end, the choice is up to you. But if you’re looking for a drink that gives you healthy boost and a great taste, choosing Teatulia® gives you the opportunity to drink well.

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  141. Studies have found benefits and drawbacks to both. No food is all good or all bad. It is a matter of preference and which you tolerate better. Coffee tends to be more acidic, so it is more likely to cause stomach issues for those prone to them. My doctor told me that the caffeine in caffeinated teas tends to stay in the body longer, so you may want to avoid tea with caffeine if you have trouble falling asleep. You have to make the choice that is right for you.
    Coffee Health Benefits: Research on Type 2 Diabetes, Cancer, Stroke, and More
    Types of Teas and Their Health Benefits

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  142. It’s about POTENT ANTIOXIDANT that CAFFEINE is.
    COFFEE has the MOST of it, then comes COCOA, then TEA, then CINNAMON.
    CAFFEINE is both good and bad, but MORE GOOD THAN BAD.

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  143. I prefer coffee, with lots of creamer and a little sugar.
    I CAN drink it steaming hot, straight up and black, but as I said earlier I prefer lots of creamer in it. I gage the amount of creamer by the color of my wrist. When the coffee is that hue from adding creamer, it’s just right for me.
    Don’t know why I love coffee so much; the taste perhaps?

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  144. I would argue that it is marginally less risky because of its lower caffeine content. However, I am not a licensed medical professional. If you are concerned about your coffee or tea consumption, you should consult somebody who is.

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  145. Hi there!
    Why we should limit ourself to only choose one among these. I prefer both of these drinks depending upon my situation. For example in winters if i want to feel warm, i will prefer tea wid all the spices in it , for that morning flavour boost, if in summers i want to get my work done or i have lazy evenings i will prefer mild coffee like laté, or filter coffee.
    Thankyou

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  146. Yes Tea is better than coffee Coffee is more diuretic which makes you to urine more than tea Secondly tea contains some flavonoids which helps us for getting better health and good heart Coffee initially induces nervous conditions which we feel as energetic but there are more varieties of tea which calm our mind and induces good sleep

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  147. Both coffee and tea have a long history. Some people like to drink coffee, while other people are more accustomed to drinking tea.
    Do you know the pros and cons of drinking coffee and tea?

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    Pros: Antioxidant & Refreshing
    First of all, tea and coffee have anti-oxidant effects, which can delay the aging of the human body.
    The tea polyphenols in tea not only have antioxidant capacity but also have pharmacological effects, such as anti-tumor, anti-radiation, anti-hyperlipidemia, prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis, and anti-virus.
    The main antioxidant component in coffee is chlorogenic acid. In addition to its antioxidant effect, chlorogenic acid also has the functions of protecting the liver, reducing blood pressure, and lowering blood lipids.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    Second, tea and coffee can be refreshing. Both contain caffeine, which not only stimulates the central nervous system, but also suppresses appetite, reduces fat accumulation, and even significantly reduces the incidence of type II diabetes.
    Not only that, caffeine also has anti-cancer effects, which can directly inhibit the growth and metastasis of cancer cells.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    Cons: Causing Related Physical Diseases
    Tea contains a lot of oxalic acid, which easily reacts with the calcium excreted in the urine to form calcium oxalate, which in turn causes urinary stones.
    At the same time, the tea trees are sprayed with pesticides during the growth process, and the pesticides are easy to remain on the surface of the tea leaves, and the untreated tea leaves are easy to carry the residual pesticides.
    Therefore, washing tea is a necessary procedure before drinking tea, and there is also a saying that “do not drink first tea”. Drinking tea on an empty stomach can also lead to dizziness, palpitation, and trance.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    Coffee contains a diterpene compound, which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. At the same time, coffee will produce acrylamide during the roasting process, and large doses of acrylamide have been confirmed to be carcinogenic in animal experiments.
    The harm of caffeine to the human body is also worthy of attention: caffeine can cause the loss of calcium in the human body and increase the risk of osteoporosis in the human body.
    It can freely pass through the placental barrier and enter the fetus, directly causing harm to the fetus.
    Caffeine is metabolized by the liver, and an excessive intake of it will increase the burden on the liver.
    Caffeine is easy to excite people’s nerves, and people with neurasthenia can cause insomnia and headaches after drinking tea or coffee excessively.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

    In summary, drinking coffee and tea have their own advantages and disadvantages to human health, and they cannot be generalized. It is generally believed that for healthy people, drinking tea or coffee in moderation is good for their health.
    However, if you drink too much or uncontrollably, it will definitely bring harm to your health. For certain groups, such as the elderly, pregnant women, and young children, it is better to drink less.

    Which is better: tea or coffee?

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  148. Well no one is good for health bt if u ask which one is less harmful than I would recommend coffee as coffee is much better than tea u can have 1 cup of coffee a day it will give u antioxidants and make u alert whole day bt don not take in much amount always have it in morning or noon not at night otherwise u will face sleeplessness

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  149. According to Dr Andrew Weil’s research …. coffee is bad bad bad.
    Check out his books. One of them is:
    From Chocolate to Morphine: Everything You Need to Know About Mind-Altering Drugs: Winifred Rosen, Andrew T. Weil M.D.: 0046442483797: Amazon.com: Books
    There are all sorts of issues his “cures” by having the patient stop drinking coffee.
    I drink herb teas. Not caffeine / english tea like Capt Picard does.

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  150. I love both beverages,and can get my caffeine fix from both. At home,I brew a potent mug of tea by boiling a teabag and a mugful of water in the microwave,which gives me a mug of strong tea in 2 minutes flat. In fact,tea is all I drink at home-I also like tea because there is no equipment to maintain,like you have with a coffeemaker. In the office,all I drink is drip coffee brewed in the break room’s Bunn coffeemaker. There is a little extra maintenance using the coffeemaker,but as I said,I love both. One tip I found that is useful: put a tiny sprinkle of salt on the coffee when you measure it out in the filter. It takes away any bitterness.

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  151. If you belongs to a high standard family then coffee suits you and even tea is fine.
    but if you are poor you can only afford stall tea and maybe with little pinch of coffe for enhancement of flavour.

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  152. I am a coffee person. 100%.
    Been a coffee person since I was 11. I love the way that it tastes. Tea gives me a weird feeling in my mouth, and I don’t like it hot, but if its a strawberry green tea lemonade from Starbucks, then I will chug it!! I will drink straight espresso black or dressed up with milk and syrups. It’s just a comforting smell, coffee is.

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  153. I love hot coffee in early am.always have.we used o make iced tea,or rather my husband did in a gallon Tupperware plastic container and freeze it not fully but with ice crystles in it,all of the neighbor kids loved it. God bless you,Max.I can still see him breaking the icesickles. Memories.

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  154. in the morning. A soothing cup of tea can help you relax after a stressful day. And the latest research about the health benefits of each might help you feel a little better about them, whichever beverage you drink.
    The WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer recently took coffee off its list of suspected carcinogens, and some research suggests it could help keep colon cancer from coming back after treatment. Other studies suggest drinking coffee might stave off Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
    Similarly tantalising, though preliminary, epidemiological studies have suggested that both coffee and tea offer many other health-giving benefits. A few cups of either beverage a day appears to reduce your risk of diabetes, for instance. (The exact size of the benefit is still under discussion – estimates vary from around 5 to 40%.) Since even decaf coffee confers the same benefits, it seems likely that other nutrients may be oiling the metabolism so that it can still efficiently process blood glucose without becoming insensitive to insulin – the cause of diabetes. if you want to get more information about coffee then you can visit here online coffee business in the Philippine .
    The amount of caffeine considered safe for human consumption is 400 mg per day. One 8-ounce cup (240 ml) of brewed coffee contains an average of 95 mg of caffeine, compared with 47 mg in the same serving of black tea.
    Though scientists have primarily focused on coffee when researching the positive effects of caffeine, both drinks — despite containing differing amounts of this substance — can provide its associated health benefits.

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  155. tea is known for having more health benefits than coffee.
    green tea has more antioxidants, while black tea has more caffeine.
    Oolong are between green & black, being partially oxidizes; offering a good balance between antioxidants and caffeine.

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  156. Not really. If you have fresh beans and grind your coffee from scratch every day, it is as healthy as fresh tea. Enjoy your choice of beverage in good health!

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  157. Personally, I prefer coffee in the morning and tea in the evening. I know that both of these drinks contain caffeine but if I drink coffee in the evening I can’t fall asleep.

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  158. The logical answer: Yes . I prefer tea or coffee.
    My real answer:
    Good coffee is wonderful but more difficult to prepare correctly (requires good raw materials, time and some expertise). Tea is easier to prepare and patch up with flavouring like cardamom or ginger.
    So, while I adore great coffee, tea is a fine drink too.

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  159. depends in which atmosphere you are living if you live in America ( canada , usa , central america south america ) go for organic Coffey if you live in Europe go for green tea , avoid black tee ant any cost , if you live in super hot climate avoid both instead drink butter milk

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