After choosing the tea that suits you, how to make it to the maximum effect is also a science. Professor Han Chi, a researcher at the Institute of Nutrition and Food Safety of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention has been engaged in research on tea nutrition and efficacy for decades, and is a leading tea expert in China. He told reporters: "Different teas have their own methods of preservation, brewing and drinking."

Preservation: Tea is most afraid of moist odor. Preserved containers are tin bottles, porcelain jars, and colored glass bottles; iron boxes, wooden boxes, and bamboo boxes are the next best choice; plastic bags and paper boxes are the second best. The container should be dry, clean and free from odor. The well-preserved tea should be stored in a dry and ventilated place, not in a humid, high temperature, dirty, or exposed place. There should be no strong odor items such as camphor, medicines, cosmetics, cigarettes, and washing supplies in these places. The new green tea of the year can also be sealed and placed in the freezer of the refrigerator, which can be stored for 3-6 months.

Brewing: Wash the tea for up to 15 seconds. "People like to wash tea now, but I don't agree with over-washing tea." Tea expert Han Chi said that in our experiments, we found that the effective ingredient extraction rate of green tea was more than 70%, and that of black tea was more than 60%. In other words, if you wash your tea too much, you will lose a lot of nutrients. Jiang Heyuan, an associate researcher at the Tea Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, who is mainly engaged in tea and health research, reminded that if tea has to be washed, then the tea washing time should not exceed 15 seconds. Green tea and white tea are best not washed. "But there is an exception. People who are more sensitive to caffeine can wash it before drinking tea, because the caffeine leaches out faster than tea polyphenols. Quick washing can remove some caffeine."

Drinking: 12 grams per day is best. Jiang Heyuan suggested that for ordinary people, it is appropriate to drink about 12 grams of tea a day and make 3-4 times. People who eat more greasy food and have a large amount of tobacco and alcohol can appropriately increase the amount of tea. Pregnant women and children, neurasthenia, and tachycardia, the amount of tea should be appropriately reduced. Han Chi reminded that with the popularity of Kung Fu Tea, it is very wrong for people to drink tea “hotter and hotter”. "People drink tea for health care, but drinking hot tea will increase the incidence of cancers such as esophageal cancer. It is worth the loss. The best temperature for tea should be about 60 degrees, not more than 70 degrees."

In addition, you can drink different teas at different times of the day: drink a light green tea in the morning to refresh your mind. Drink jasmine tea in the morning, fragrant and pleasant, can improve work efficiency. Drink a cup of black tea in the afternoon, relieve trouble and refresh. In the evening with friends Or family reunions, soak a pot of oolong, Pu-erh, and Phoenix black tea, don't have a taste, it will not affect sleep. You may wish to try this one-day tea arrangement.

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