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?
It's very high on antioxidants that can help cleanse your body. One cup per day.
It lowers your cholesterol, decreases your risk for cancer and can even help you lose weight!
It's said to increase your metabolism, so helps you lose weight. For this, some say you need at least 3 cups per day, others say 5 cups. That's a lot of green tea! Still others recommend taking it concentrated in tablet form to get results. Medical research has shown that green tea extract does increase your rate of burning fat.
Green tea contains flavenoids/polyphenols and white tea even more. It's supposed to boost your immune system and make you less likely to get heart disease, cancer and a whole list of other things. It's also said to be anti-bacterial.
Despite containing small amounts of caffeine, tea in general is said to be relaxing because of a chemical called L-theanine which induces a state of alert relaxation.
Green tea is an anti-oxidant, it is good for lowering high blood pressure, and helping people lose weight. There are other benefits to drinking green tea, only if drinken more often than not.
by Elena2 months 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 sophia jia5 years ago
many of my friends tell me that green tea is beneficial to loss weight. and is it true?
by Shwetha Shetty6 years ago
What are the benefits of black tea?
by gulnazahmad4 years ago
What are the health benefits you know about green tea?
by Marisa Wright6 years ago
I know green tea is good for me but the taste is boring - give me some ideas to add flavor?Maybe a Hub with a few recipes? And yes, I have tried some of the flavored tea bags, most of them taste pretty artificial.
by longjing tea2 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,...
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