Every season has its joys, colors, and festivities. Like when we think of Summer, cool and breezy towns/areas, cold drinks, and light colors make us feel cool and help us compete with the scorching heat. In the same way, dark colors, hot and warm drinks, dry fruits, and warm clothing are associated with Winter. Even the preparation for the Winter season starts before its arrival. In winter people especially prefer hot drinks like coffee and tea, to keep their body temperature warm.
But in every season 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. And the latest research about the health benefits of each might help you feel a little better about them, whichever beverage you drink.
But which drink is healthier Tea or Coffee
Research says Tea leaves have more caffeine than raw coffee beans but a brewed cup of coffee has twice the amount of caffeine. This is because you use more grams of coffee than tea.
Coffee: can help fight depression, contains disease-preventing antioxidants
Tea can inhibit fat cell growth, can lower cholesterol, contains anti-aging antioxidants
"Caffeine is a stimulant and affects multiple systems in the body,". "It can impact the nervous system, making a person jittery or hyperactive, increase heart rate and/or blood pressure, and cause some gastrointestinal discomfort." Of course, if you are sensitive to caffeine, you may need to avoid both. Coffee has more than tea about 92 milligrams per cup—but tea still racks up about 50 milligrams.