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Bubble Tea


Many people love bubble teas for the taste and the refreshing feelings. However, not everyone knows the nutritional benefits of it. A lot of people think that bubble tea is no different from other teas, which is not true. According to nutrition experts, drinking bubble teas have some health benefits. I have conducted research and found some amazing nutritional  benefits that will make you want to order for more. It is worth it for you to read this short article till the very end so that you can learn the benefits, and the daily recommendations.

Before I talk about the nutritional benefits, let me quickly mention that bubble tea is not too good for weight watchers. You should have it at the back of your mind that bubble teas contain milk and sugar in moderate amount. Now that you know what you probably don’t know about it, let’s go straight to the point.

Bubble teas were first produced in Taiwan in the 1980s. Soon after the production it became very popular and people from other regions start enjoying it. Like most of the widely available teas, bubble teas usually contain milk and tea base. The “bubble” in bubble teas is used to describe the foam created during the shaking.

Nutritional component


There are certain components of bubble teas that are beneficial to the body. Some of them are listed below:

1. Black tea.
2. Green tea
3. Tapioca pearls, and
4. Non-dairy creamers.

The major components of bubble teas that are beneficial to the body are black tea and/or green tea. These components are a rich source of antioxidants such as polyphenols. The antioxidants in bubble teas are capable of preventing the formation of cancer cells, and cure inflammation. Additionally, they help to combat the oxidative effects of free radicals in the body. Nutritionists also believe that the green or black tea in bubble teas can help improve sleep quality and prevent 
rapid aging.

What is added to bubble teas?

It is not only the green or black tea that makes up to bubble teas. There are other components such as flavored syrup, creamer, and carbohydrates. And yes, like I said in one of the previous paragraphs, bubble teas are not too good for weight watchers as the carbohydrate and added sugar can contribute to weight gain. If you’re conscious about your weight, then you need to watch the quantity of bubble teas that you drink. For more information. visit this link.