Green Tea And Some Of Its Benefits

Green Tea And Some Of Its Benefits



Green Tea and​ ​ Some of​ Its Benefits
Three to five cups of​ green tea a​ day can do you​ a​ lot of​ good.
Tea, especially green tea has long been known for​ its medicinal benefits. ​
it​ helps digestion, boost metabolism and​ ​ even wards off cancer and​ ​ heart disease. ​

According to whether it​ is fermented or​ not, tea can be divided into 3 types
green tea ¨C not fermented
oolong tea ¨C partially fermented
black tea ¨C fermented
While people may prefer black tea or​ oolong tea, green tea has more healthy benefits. ​
as​ it¡¯s dried straight after picking, it​ keeps most of​ its valuable polyphenols while its cousins ¨C black tea and​ ​ oolong tea lose most of​ theirs in​ the process of​ fermentation. ​
Green tea has a​ lot more polyphenols than black tea or​ oolong tea. ​
What¡¯s the deal of​ those polyphenols things, you​ may wonder? They are known as​ powerful antioxidants, which remove free radicals from the body. ​
Free radicals in​ the bodys cells are very bad. ​
They are very unstable and​ ​ tend to react negatively with other important molecules like DNA, causing malfunctions and​ ​ injury on​ the cellular level. ​
They produce destruction​ that may therefore pave the way for​ diseases like heart disease and​ ​ cancer. ​
Green tea contains rich polyphenols that play an active role in​ removing the free radicals from the body. ​
Antioxidants in​ tea are also known to prevent death from second heart attack by helping blood vessels relax, thus blood can flow through more easily. ​
as​ a​ result, that can help lower blood pressure and​ ​ reduce stress on​ the heart. ​
Studies show green tea drinkers have 50% lower risk of​ developing stomach or​ esophageal compared to non​ green tea drinkers.
One final benefit of​ green tea drinking can help lose some weight. ​
It¡¯s believed some of​ its polyphenols and​ ​ caffeine work together to boost the body¡¯s metabolism, thus boost our energy burning system.
How much tea shall we drink? Generally, three to five cups a​ day is fairly enough for​ us to get its medical benefits.
Shall we have a​ cup of​ tea now?




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