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Tea and Hydration

Top up with tea

You may be surprised to learn that a massive 45-70% of our body is made up of water, that is why fluid is essential for life.

It's important therefore to replace fluids that are lost through day to day activities, and why doctors recommend that we drink at least 2.5 pints/1.5 litres of fluid per day to prevent dehydration. Tea, which on average accounts for 40% of our daily fluid intake in Britain, can help you reach the daily target.

To find out more about tea and rehydration, go to our tea fact sheets on our tea health site.

TEA & HEALTH

Tea4health is dedicated to bringing you the facts about how tea, the world’s favourite drink, can help you maintain your health as part of a balanced diet and healthy, active lifestyle. If you need questions answering about tea and looking after your health, or if you want to know why drinking at least 4 cups of tea a day is a good way for you to help maintain your health, then look no further – this site provides a wealth of information that can help.

Tea & Business

Featured Member: Finlay Beverages Ltd
Finlay Beverages, as part of Finlay's, is a wholly owned subsidiary of John Swire & Sons Limited. The group's 250 year heritage has centred on its core asset, tea plantations in Africa and the Indian sub continent. We have been packing tea for the UK market for over 100 years and are now the UK's largest private label and food... Read more

Tea Advisory Panel (TAP)

TAP The Tea Advisory Panel was created to provide media with impartial information regarding the health benefits of tea. Panel members include nutritionists; dieticians and doctors. For further information please call 0207 052 8989. Read more...

TEA a brief history...

Tea is so much a part of everyday life in Britain that we might never stop to think about how a unique plant from faraway China became the nation's favourite drink. But the history of tea is fascinating, and in this section we can follow its story from the earliest times in Imperial China right up to its present place at the heart of British life. Read more...