A survey of nearly 800 tea consumers in Britain found that most people who drank tea in the past year did so for its health benefits, with only a small proportion choosing it for its flavour.
A similar survey of Australians revealed that some tea drinkers were trying to find ways to boost their health by drinking less tea.
But despite this, many tea drinkers are choosing to drink tea to lose weight, and some are choosing it to help with a chronic illness.
Tea is known to help the body burn calories.
Research has found that drinking tea can help people control their appetite and boost their energy levels.
While it may be tempting to think that tea drinking can be dangerous, studies have shown that drinking it can help manage weight, reduce symptoms of depression and boost energy levels, especially when mixed with a healthy meal.
However, research has also shown that tea can also improve mental health, with tea drinkers showing greater improvement in their mood and overall well-being compared to those who did not drink tea.
There is no evidence to suggest that tea is harmful, but some people may be at risk of health problems such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Drink tea responsibly and consume a healthy balanced diet.
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The tea market is worth about $2.2 billion (£1.5 billion) a year.
But tea is a highly sought after commodity and the supply of tea has been steadily declining in recent years, with consumers increasingly switching to healthier alternatives such as energy drinks.
There are also growing concerns about the health impacts of drinking tea, with research from the University of Cambridge finding that tea drinkers tend to be more likely to develop certain health conditions, including diabetes, heart disease and depression.
The UK Department of Health recently said that tea consumption was at a “significant risk” of causing cancer.
This has prompted the Department of Food and Drink to launch a campaign to promote the health benefits of tea.
Teas such as black tea are a favourite of health conscious drinkers and have been around for centuries.
Black tea is made from the leaves of the red mulberry tree, which has a high concentration of antioxidants.
It contains more flavonoids than white tea, but also contains polyphenols and caffeine, which are often associated with health benefits.
It is said to have many health benefits including its ability to improve the immune system, reduce inflammation, and improve circulation and circulation of the blood.
However the health risks associated with tea include increased risk of respiratory problems, increased risk for cancers of the colon and throat, and heart problems.
The government’s health advisory body, the Advisory Council on the Use of Medicines, advises that people who want to reduce their risk of developing health problems should consume at least one tea a day.
The Advisory Council also advises that the health of people who drink tea should be considered in all circumstances.
The Government has set out its position on tea and health, saying that it is a good source of fibre, which is good for the body.
It has also announced plans to increase the supply and quality of green tea.
It also advises people who prefer to drink green tea to reduce intake of other green tea products.
Read More: Why tea is better than coffee for reducing stress and depressionThe government also recommends people who are concerned about their health should avoid tea, and recommends they drink it in moderation.
But not everyone agrees that drinking green tea is healthy, with a survey of tea drinkers in the UK revealing that many tea drinkers are opting for health reasons, rather than enjoyment.
According to the research, many people who had never previously drank green tea said they were trying it to lose their weight.
While many tea lovers enjoy the health effects of tea, others do not feel comfortable with the taste.
However some tea drinker believe that it may help them lose weight.
Drinks that boost energyThe government has also set out a range of healthy beverages that can be enjoyed in tea, including water, fruit juices, ice cream and sports drinks.
Tea lovers may want to drink their tea in moderation, and it is not recommended to exceed one cup of tea a week.
However there are many tea drinks that can boost energy.
These include energy drinks that are made from fruit juices or fruit juice concentrates.
The energy drinks contain caffeine, sugar and other ingredients, and are known as energy bars, energy jugs or energy jellies.
The majority of energy drinks are sold in bars or energy drink bottles.
Some energy drinks have been banned from the UK, but others, including caffeine-free energy drinks, are available in vending machines.
Some of the drinks are also marketed as a form of exercise, and can be bought online.
Drinking green tea in a tea shop is also an option.
The research also found that green tea was the most popular drink among people who have no interest in eating healthier.
However many tea shop owners are worried that customers are turning to healthier drinks in order to get the benefits of green teas.