The Benefits of Green Tea

What Are The Benefits of Green Tea? We know it's refreshing and delicious, welcomed any time of the year and needed in times of bloating or illness.

But exactly why does this simple infusion make us feel so good?

Let's find out!

Helps U Lose Weight

The Polyphenol which is naturally found in green will increase the levels of fat oxidation, and this in turn increases your metabolism. The rate in which your body turns food into calories is sped up noticeably.

Prevents Diabetes
By helping to regulate your glucose levels, it slows down the rise of sugar in your blood especially after a meal. This helps prevent saturated fat storing in your body, and thus high insulin illnesses.

Reduces Chances of Heart Disease

Research is being made into whether or not green tea as an effect on the lining of blood vessels. It is thought that it helps them stay calm and react more readily to changes in the blood pressure. Scientists may also prove that it helps prevent the formation of clots which are usually the main cause of heart attacks.

Helps Prevent Oesophageal Cancer

Green Tea may reduce the risk of oesophageal cancer. It is also known to kill cancer cells in general without damaging the healthy tissue around them.

Reduces Cholesterol

By reducing bad cholesterol in the blood, the ratio of good cholesterol versus bad cholesterol is improved.

Reduces Chances of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

Research suggests that Green Tea delays the symptoms of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. It protects brain cells from dying and restores damaged ones.

Prevents Tooth Decay

A chemical antioxidant called 'catechin', which can be found in tea, has been suggested to destroy bacteria and viruses, which are usually the cause of dental and throat infections.

Helps Lower Blood Pressure

Studies show that regular consumption f green may lead of a lower risk of high blood pressure.

Helps Relax

Theanine is an amino acid naturally found in tea leaves. It is thought to create a relaxing and calming effect.

Has Anti-Viral and Anti-Bacterial Properties

The 'catechin' ingredient we spoke about earlier also acts as a strong antibacterial for the body cells, effectively treating a simple flu all the way to cancer. Consumption of Green Tea has been found to be a solution in avoiding the spread of viruses.

Improves Skin Quality

Green Tea does magic to your skin - or at least its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities do. They helps tone and refresh your pores, leaving you younger looking and with a spot-free face.

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