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Tea big data, convincing with facts
Say tea, there has been no specific concept, some people say that drinking more tea, some people say that drinking less tea, some people say that tea governs that, but after all, there is no reason to say. If you want to be convinced, you have to use data to speak!
160 countries and regions, 3 billion people
According to the United Nations Population Fund, the world's population reached 7.7 billion in 2014, with 224 countries and regions. At present, nearly 3 billion people in more than 160 countries and regions around the world like to drink tea. That is to say, two out of four countries and regions like tea, and two out of five people like tea.
2. China ranks first in the world in tea production per year, but only 19 in consumption.
In 2015, China's total tea output was 198 tons, accounting for 39.4% of the total global industrial output, surpassing India to become the world's first. Guangdong Province is the province that consumes the most tea. The per capita consumption of tea can reach 1000 grams. Although the output of tea is the first, the consumption of tea is not as good as that of Britain.
The Turkish people enjoy tea most, with tea consumption per capita reaching nearly 7 pounds per year, while China ranks only 19th.
3. The Magic Hiroshima Phenomenon
In August 1945, the atomic bomb explosion in Hiroshima, Japan, killed more than 100,000 people and caused radiation damage to hundreds of thousands of people. Years later, most people suffered from leukemia or other cancers and died successively. However, the study found that three kinds of people were lucky: tea farmers, tea merchants and tea addicts. This phenomenon is known as the Hiroshima phenomenon.
In 1999, the Japanese government launched the two-stage plan of "Tea Drinking to Prevent Cancer for All". A total of 8522 people were surveyed and followed up for 10 years. 419 of them were cancer patients. Women with tea drinking habits had cancer onset about 7 years later than non-tea drinkers, while men had a delay of 3.2 years.
Japanese University scientists have proved that tea contains tea polyphenols, lipopolysaccharides, vitamin C, B vitamins, amino acids and so on, which are helpful to prevent radiation damage.
4. Frequent tea has many advantages.
Anti-aging: According to the experimental results of Japanese scientists, the anti-aging effect of tea polyphenols is 18 times stronger than that of vitamin E. Tea can not only live long but also slow down aging.
The risk of ovarian cancer decreased by 46%: Researchers at the Karolinska Medical College in Sweden analyzed data from 61 057 women aged 40 to 76 (301 of whom were diagnosed with ovarian cancer). Women who drank more than two cups of tea a day had a 46% lower risk of ovarian cancer than those who did not or seldom drank tea. The more tea they drank, the lower the risk of ovarian cancer.
The risk of cardiovascular disease was reduced by 42%: Epidemiological studies conducted in Japan showed that drinking 10 cups of tea a day reduced the risk index of cardiovascular disease in men by 42% compared with drinking less than three cups a day, and in women by 18%.
Tea drinking habits accounted for 28.6% of cataract patients and 71.4% of non-tea drinking habits.
5. Tea costs 60,000-80,000 tea buds per kilo of tea
Many people don't understand why tea is expensive. That's because you don't know how long it takes to pick a kilo of tea.
There are about 60,000-80,000 buds in a catty of tea, each of which is picked artificially.