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Green Tea Good Health and You

Updated on August 28, 2019
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The Health Benefits of Green Teas

Tea has already been considered one of the best health remedies and medically considered to be a way of preventing diseases. Green Tea is known to help people with diabetes, obesity, and at times help to prevent strokes. The researchers are raving at all the benefits the tea gives to the user. As a matter of fact, the researchers at the Maryland Medical Center have declared it as the tea with the most “potent concentration of polyphenol antioxidants.”

Include Green Tea in Your Diet

Since the tea is not processed it is rich in catechins which are antioxidants that prevent cell damage. When it comes to helping prevent cancer Green Tea is highly recommended. Many people know that the drinking of a fresh brewed cup of tea is an excellent way of preventing colds, asthma, and allergy problems. The use of this tea in your life style will help you to feel better fast and keep you in a healthier condition.

Researchers Findings About Green Tea

The tea will help lower the cholesterol because it helps to improve the blood flow. Many studies by the researchers found that the tea has proven itself to prevent heart-related issues such as high blood pressure to congestive heart failure. Let’s face it what is good for the heart is most certainly good for the brain. The blood vessels in our brain kept nourished will help with our memory. The tea has proven that it can block the formation of plaques linked to Alzheimer Disease. While it cannot cure a person it can help maintain our ability for a longer memory.

Just What is Green Tea

Green tea is made from the Chinese Camellia sinensis plant, when picked the plant is applied to heat by steam or by dry cooking. This is a method to oxidation that gives the tea all of its benefits. It is important that the process be handled very carefully and quickly. When it is done properly then many health benefits derive from drinking the tea. A daily dose of tea enhances your ability to ward off infectious diseases and other ailments. This has been a proven fact by the researchers in many outstanding colleges. We will list some of the health benefits that you receive when you drink the tea.

Green Teas Impact on Cancer Cells

The tea has proven to have a very decisive impact on cancerous cells. When the cells are just starting the EGCG in the tea regulates the growth of the cells helping to prevent more growth of the cancerous cells. It has proven to have help in lung cancer patients by drinking two cups a day about 18% reduction has occurred in the patient.

Green Helps Reduce Pain in Rheumatoid Arthritis

The polyphenol antioxidants have proven that they are able to help with Rheumatoid Arthritis by reducing pain and protect a person from joint swelling. The fact is this is one of the major things that health professionals recommend to those who suffer from this form of Arthritis.

Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Results with Green Tea

The use of the tea is known for reducing the Cholesterol levels by absorption in your digestive tract and increasing the rate in which things are excreted. Green tea helps prevent the conversion of the LDL Cholesterol so it is not so dangerous.

The studies have shown that tea helps with cardiovascular disease and is very helpful in preventing clogged arteries. This helps to keep away heart attacks and strokes. You should drink at least five cups a day because over an eleven-year testing period those who drank tea found that their daily life was better and they increase the chance of not having any cardiovascular diseases.

Green Tea is Effective in Major Diseases

Green Tea has proven to be very effective in many major diseases to help those who are not able to maintain their health as well as they like. The drinking of tea on a daily basis has proven to bring out many things that are good health wise for a person too numerous to mention them all but the studies have shown that it is wise to drink tea.

Include Green Tea in Your Life Style

Since the tea is not processed it is rich in catechins which are antioxidants that prevent cell damage. When it comes to helping prevent cancer Green Tea is highly recommended. Many people know that the drinking of a fresh brewed cup of tea is an excellent way of preventing colds, asthma, and allergy problems. The use of this tea in your life style will help you to feel better fast and keep you in a healthier condition.

Findings by Researchers

The tea will help lower the cholesterol because it helps to improve the blood flow. Many studies by the researchers found that the tea has proven itself to prevent heart-related issues such as high blood pressure to congestive heart failure. Let’s face it what is good for the heart is most certainly good for the brain. The blood vessels in our brain kept nourished will help with our memory. The tea has proven that it can block the formation of plaques linked to Alzheimer Disease. While it cannot cure a person it can help maintain our ability for a longer memory.

Rheumatoid Arthritis Green Tea Reduced Pain

The polyphenol antioxidants have proven that they are able to help with Rheumatoid Arthritis by reducing pain and protect a person from joint swelling. The fact is this is one of the major things that health professionals recommend to those who suffer from this form of Arthritis.

Green Tea Helps Cholesterol Levels

The use of the tea is known for reducing the Cholesterol levels by absorption in your digestive tract and increasing the rate in which things are excreted. Green tea helps prevent the conversion of the LDL Cholesterol so it is not so dangerous.

Green Tea and Cardiovascular Disease

The studies have shown that tea helps with cardiovascular disease and is very helpful in preventing clogged arteries. This helps to keep away heart attacks and strokes. You should drink at least five cups a day because over an eleven-year testing period those who drank tea found that their daily life was better and they increase the chance of not having any cardiovascular diseases.

Green Tea Boosts the Immune System

The tea is excellent in boosting the immune system. The theanine that is found in the tea helps to boost the activity in the gamma delta T cells that make up part of your immune system. After taking the tea many women found that they no longer prone to catching colds and their allergies no longer bothered them.

Green Tea Provides Many Health Benefits

Green Tea has proven to be very effective in many major diseases to help those who are not able to maintain their health as well as they like. The drinking of tea on a daily basis has proven to bring out many things that are good health wise for a person too numerous to mention them all but the studies have shown that it is wise to drink tea.

© 2019 Shirley J Lopez

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