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6 Benefits Of Green Tea

Updated on August 23, 2015

Green tea has been used around the world for hundreds of years, and used for a variety of purposes. Listed below are some of the amazing advantages that come from drinking green tea.

Increases Weight Loss

Drinking green tea can aid in weight loss. It boosts the rates of metabolism in the body. The caffiene in the green tea is also great for burning fats in the body quickly and efficiently, because it is a stimulant that may improve performance in excercises and athletics.

Benefits The Brain

Drinking green tea may help you increase your knowledge and have a efficient and functioning brain. The caffiene in green tea is the key ingrediant for keeping the brain alert and working, but it won't make you jittery because the tea has less amounts of caffiene than coffee. Green tea may also keep the brain healthy during old age from diseases such as Alzheimers or Parkinson's disease.

Improves Eyesight

There are amounts of antioxidants in green tea that aid the tissue in the eyes, and make eyesight clear. Drinking green tea may also decrease the risk of having blindness.

Aids The Heart

Green tea may lead to having a better heart! Drinking green tea may strengthen your heart and decrease the risk of having cardiovascular disease. Large consumptions of green tea may also lower levels cholesterol.

Benefits Oral Health

Green tea is great for preventing tooth loss, having better gum health and warding off bad breath. It is probably because of the amounts of antioxidants and ability to fight bacteria. Green tea may also possibly be great for defending your mouth against oral cancer

Decreases Risk Of Diabetes

Green tea can help prevent diabetes, or help those who have it already. There are properties in the tea such as polyphenols that increase insulin in the body and protect the body from having inflammation.

Now you know about the benefits of having green tea daily! Just remember that if you are dealing with severe health issues, you will of course need more than green tea to help you, and you should consult your doctor immediately. Please feel free to leave any questions or comments you may have below.

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      luisj305 2 years ago from Florida

      A little honey and milk and my green tea is good to go. Did not know it helped with cholesterol.

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