Want to quit caffeine? Try this fruit-infused teaLast updated on Oct 02, 2019, 05:42 pm
Tea is one of the most popular beverages on the planet and has various health benefits.
But it contains caffeine.
So, in case you've been trying to cut down on your caffeine intake, you can't just go cold turkey.
A healthy alternative is to try natural, fruit-infused tea.
Here are the health benefits of this drink and the method to prepare it.
What exactly is fruit-infused tea?
Fruit teas aren't teas in the technical sense of the term as they do not contain any tea leaves.
These are instead prepared from boiling an assortment of dried/fresh fruits and spices in water.
These drinks are flavorful and also offer some health benefits.
What's more? Since thry lack caffeine, you don't have to worry about the quantity that you ultimately gulp down.
What are the health benefits of fruit-infused tea?
Packed with the goodness of fruits and free from caffeine, fruit-infused teas have various health benefits:
1) Since there's no caffeine involved, these teas can help improve your quality of sleep and fight symptoms of insomnia.
2) Due to the presence of powerful antioxidants, it may help boost heart health.
3) It can help improve digestion.
4) It may reduce stress and anxiety.
Recipe: Here's how you can prepare healthy fruit-infused tea
There are many ways to prepare health-boosting fruit-infused teas. Here's one recipe you can try at home: Brew together chamomile tea bags, orange rind, berries, blueberries, mint leaves & ginger for five minutes. Then, strain the tea bags and the fruits. Finally, serve hot.