Although green tea has many health benefits some serious green tea side effects also exist. These side effects only occur, if at all, when consumption is high, during a longer period of time. After all, the United States Food and...
What if I told you there’s NO green tea plant? Wait a minute….That’s not possible! Well, yes, it has to come from somewhere otherwise we couldn’t drink it but it’s not from a green tea plant. That’s because all tea originate from...
By drinking green tea high blood pressure is something you can prevent, according to a long-term Chinese study. According to the US Heart Lung and Blood Institute high blood pressure (HBP or hypertension) can cause coronary heart disease, heart failure,...
An important green tea health benefit is the fact green tea helps fighting depressive symptoms. Through life we all experience things we would’ve preferred to see differently or avoid at all cost; from being sacked or losing someone you love...
There are three major green tea extract benefits; these are: The antioxidant function The anticarcinogen function (inhibitory effect on cancer cells) The anti-inflammatory function 1. Antioxidant function One of the green tea ingredients, is EGCG. EGCG accounts for more than 40% of...
Green tea ingredients A green tea extract is a derivative from the green tea plant, Camellia sinensis. Green tea contains antioxidants of which the major category is catechins. These can be subdivided into epicatechin (EC) epigallocatechin (EGC), epicatechin gallate (ECG), and...
Research shows that by drinking green tea diabetes type 1 is something that can be completely prevented or at least be delayed from occurring for the first time. Read the Report on Type 1 diabetes. Dr. Stephen Hsu, molecular/cell biologist in...
Green tea detox; sounds good but what exactly is detoxing? Detoxification is the process of cleansing your body from toxins and eliminating heavy metals accumulated in the organs in order to restore its natural balance. The detoxification process is lead by...
According to many experts with green tea constipation can be cured. How come? Well, green tea promotes good bacteria in the intestines. These bacteria, in turn, improve your resistance against infections, promote bowel regularity, and promote digestion. Let’s start at the...
Antioxidants Green tea catechins are polyphenols. These are very strong antioxidants found in tea, fruit and vegetables, wine and even chocolate. Antioxidants are the ones protecting your body against unstable molecules in our body, called "free radicals". Polyphenols are divided into four...
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