Caffeine, Oral and Dental Health
Drinking green tea regularly can protect your teeth from cavities, gum disease and bad breath
According to a 2016 study compiled in search of the effects of beverages on oral health, the study suggested that green tea may reduce oral bacteria which in turn can promote healthy teeth and gums.
Moreover, drinking green tea may reduce your chance of developing oral cancer. Researchers also noted a significantly lower risk of oral cancer among individuals who ate green tea.
Keep in mind to replace your daily coffee with a cup of green tea.