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Green Tea

Green Tea

Americans are finally catching on. The ancients of Eastern cultures knew all along that green tea was a key to health, although they did not have the technology to explain it. Both botanical and literary evidence shows that In China and India it was considered a powerful medicine as long as 5000 years ago.

Now research from the past two decades leaves no question: green tea is one of the super-est of superfoods. It appears to have ongoing benefits for cardiovasular health, as well as weight loss. It has even been shown to prevent ultraviolet and free-radical damage to human DNA. It has also shown much promise for this unassuming beverage in lung, prostate, and breast cancer prevention and treatment. How does it do all this?

Green tea – the unfermented leaf of the camellia sinensis plant – contains powerful antioxidants called catechins, which are not present in fermented black tea. Catechins are said to have such high levels of anti-oxidants that drinking one cup of green tea offers more free-radical protection than eating a cup of broccoli, carrots or strawberries.

Here are the many ways Green tea can benefit one’s health:

-Aids in: Treatment of multiple sclerosis, cancer and Parkinson’s disease.

-Reduces: Risk of heart disease, heart attacks and level of cholesterol in the blood.

-increases metabolism, fat oxidation, stamina and endurance.

-keeps teeth healthy by killing bacteria that cause dental plaque.

-significantly helps reduce acne.

-Reduces the level of cholesterol in blood, improves the ratio of good cholesterol to bad cholesterol.

-It is used to treat impaired immune function.

-Regular consumption of green tea can effectively delay symptoms of aging.

-The people who take green tea regularly do not fall prey to common viral & bacterial infections easily.

-Aids in proper digestion

-Green tea has certain vitamins that prevent abnormal formation of blood clotting in the wounds.

So, how best to use green tea for maximal health? There is no better way than to drink it regularly. Benefits have been shown at a consumption of 2 to 3 cups per day. High-quality green tea is almost always sold loose, not in tea bags. Although the flavor, scent and texture is altered by different processing methods to create many varieties, it generally it has the smell of fresh-cut grass, and tastes just like it smells. If drinking a cup of fresh-cut grass does not appeal to you, don’t worry: many varieties contain delicious additions such as orange peel, dried coconut and ginger, and even such flowers as rose or jasmine.