Its supposed to reduce the risk of heart problems and cardiovascular diseases. They claim its also if you drink 3 cups a day good for combatting levels of high cholesterol. Personally I can't handle more than 1 cup per day when I get the urge for one. Lately I have slacked off on my intake.
Green tea has been popularized as an easy source of healthful antioxidants which are important for combating inflammation and the development of diseases and aging. This is the biggest health benefit that comes to mind when I think of green tea.
There are numerous benefits of drinking green tea. Green tea prevents abnormal formation of blood clotting in the wounds. Few days ago i have published an article about benefits of green tea. Kindly have a look on this article http://www.squidoo.com/what-are-the-hea … -green-tea
The main chemical compunds with benefits for health in green tea are caffeine and theanine. Caffeine being a phosphodiesterase inhibitor brings about most of the effects related to reducing cholestrol and weight loss which are beneficial in the long run. Theanine boosts up the cognitive effects for a short period of time providing you with relaxation as well as alertness at the same time.
There´s a lot of antioxidant on it and it´s good for your skin too. I used the remnants of green tea without sugar in cleaning my face before going to bed. It´s great as a skin toner and for dark brown spots under the eyes. Just wet 2 cotton pads with cold green tea and put them on your eyes for 10 minutes.
by Elena 4 years ago
If I put sugar in Green Tea, does it spoil the benefit?(I am drinking one cup a day, but find it so bitter)
by PhoenixV 9 years ago
What Are The Health Benefits Of Green Tea?What Are The Health Benefits Of Green Tea?
by Dr. John Anderson 10 years ago
I thought that the order of keywords in a Title did not matter and likewise that the order of keywords entered for a Google Search did not matter. However when you do a search for - Green Tea Health Benefits (A) - and for - Health Benefits of Green Tea (B) - both without quotes the results are...
by longjing tea 6 years ago
Tea called " the king drink in the east " is one of the famous kinds of drink in the world.After analysing, the chinese green tea contains about 400 elements such as the caffeine, tea polyphenol, protein, carbohydrate and so on.Modern research find that often drinking tea can make people...
by Billy Haynes 10 months ago
I was put on a Candida diet about 7 weeks ago, instantly had to stop drinking coffee (green tea only). At the 6 week mark, I was able to start re-introducing foods I had to eliminate, coffee was one of the first options.However, this morning I found myself tied between wanting tea, or coffee! I...
by Barbara Sloan 9 years ago
Why is Green Tea good for you?Why do you consider Green Tea is good for you? How often do you drink it for it to be beneficial?
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