New York, NY, April 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Tea health website TeaBenefits.com has recently unveiled an expanded list of green teas in its portfolio in an effort to offer a more extensive coverage of green tea health benefits. The site has now included 13 different types of green tea and is on its way to adding more.
Whereas in the past, TeaBenefits.com devoted a single page for green tea health benefits, it now has allocated individual pages explaining the health benefits of several types of green tea such as chun hao, dao ren, dragonwell, genmaicha, gunpowder, gyokuro, hojicha, kai hua long ding, kukicha, white monkey, pi lo chun, sencha and matcha green tea.
Proponents of the site said they saw a massive interest and hunger for information on green tea health benefits and those of other natural healing methods. They were of the opinion that this interest will only increase further in the future as an aversion to synthetic and chemically-produced methods creeps in.
“We have observed the immense interest in green tea health benefits by a wide segment of the general public but it seems that they are less conscious of differences surrounding each type. At TeaBenefits.com, we aim to more fully thresh out the differences between the various types of green tea and to discuss the health benefits associated with each type,”explained Edwin Bartolome, the managing director of TeaBenefits.com.
He explains that green tea types differ from one another based on methods of preparation and oxidation, as well as on their final form. “Matcha green tea, for example, is consumed differently from, say sencha green tea, as the former comes in fine powdered form while the latter is usually consumed in teabags. Due to this difference, there may also be subtle differences in the amount or extent of their health benefits, even if they are generally similar,” adds Bartolome.
“By differentiating the types of green tea and explaining the health benefits of each of them, we’d like to contribute to an increase in overall public awareness so that people may ultimately decide which type of green tea is best for them,” adds Roy Ian Montoya, head of web development of TeaBenefits.com.
They both disclosed that they were working on more pages explaining the health benefits of some more green tea types and that these would be added once these have been completed.
Accessed online through http://www.teabenefits.com, the site has been offering information on the various tea health benefits since 2005. TeaBenefits.com was conceived due to overwhelming demand for information on herbal remedies that can be used to prevent, avoid, and in some cases, cure certain ailments.
In addition to devoting more space for additional green tea health benefits, the TeaBenefits.com team plans to continuously add more entries to its ever-increasing tea selection, and to constantly update the news headlines portion of the site. “We likewise plan to add interactive features to the site to further enhance our visitor experience,” said Montoya.