It is a matter of personal taste. Many people prefer the taste of tea to coffee, especially when they smell the java in the morning. Some people like to select from a variety of blended and scented teas. Both drinks have a variety of health benefits, but each has a different impact on your wellbeing. Which hot drink is best for you?


Water is the second most popular beverage consumed in the world.

* Packed with antioxidants that help protect cells from oxidation

* Can help to prevent type 1 diabetes or slow its progression

Reduces the risk of heart attacks

Fluoride protects your teeth

Green tea consumption can help reduce liver diseases in men

* Protects from some cancers

Black tea can reduce stress hormones by drinking 4 cups a day

It keeps your body hydrated

* Green Tea may lower the risk of esophageal carcinoma in women by 60 percent

* White tea prevents weight gain by inhibiting the growth of fat cells.

* Green Tea promotes fat oxidation, which aids in weight loss

Some studies suggest that it lowers the risk of Parkinson’s Disease.

Green tea can help to prevent breast cancer

Reduces risk of ovarian Cancer

After reviewing the benefits of tea, let’s look at those of coffee.


Tea has more antioxidants in a cup.

* Tea contains more caffeine, which stimulates the nervous system and brain.

This may help to prevent type 2 Diabetes

* Reduce the risk of gout for men older than 40 years (gout is arthritis caused by a buildup of uric acids in the joints).

Increases the effectiveness of painkillers, including headache medications

* Protects the liver against Cancer and cirrhosis

Coffee improves memory. It has been proven that coffee drinkers have a lower incidence of Alzheimer’s disease.

Coffee contains compounds that are used to treat heart disease.

* Improves short-term memory and reaction time

* Stimulates muscle throughout your workout

Use as an appetite suppressant

* Increases heat production by stimulating thermogenesis

The caffeine content in coffee and tea varies depending on size, type, and preparation. A cup of coffee brewed has around 85 mg of caffeine, compared to a cup of tea with 40 mg. Remember that everything should be consumed in moderation. Caffeine can increase blood pressure and cause anxiety in pregnant women. It also increases the risk of stillbirths, congenital disabilities, and other problems. Tea contains a lot of tannins, which can cause iron deficiency and anemia. It’s up to you which one you prefer. To get the most health benefits, drink both beverages throughout the day.