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The Untold Benefits Of Green Tea

Updated: Sep 12, 2021

Tea is the most consumed beverage after water on earth, however approximately 80% of the tea consumed worldwide is black tea while only about 20% is green. Green tea is native to India and china and was used as a “miracle decoction” in the past. Time has again drifted back to the past and the miraculous green tea has started gaining popularity in the recent times.

Green tea is one of the least processed types of tea and hence contains the highest percentage of antioxidants and beneficial polyphenols. There are a thousand proven benefits of green tea which is unknown to all of us and most importantly it heads the race when we compare it with other beverages. It is far more beneficial to for our bodies than downing a diet coke or a cup of microwaved coffee, which is loaded with tones of caffeine giving us sleepless nights.

Here are the top reasons to replace your favorite black tea or coffee with the miraculous elixir.

  • Prevents Cancer

“The polyphenols in the green tea has shown to decrease tumor growth and may protect against the damage caused by ultraviolet rays”- says the National Cancer Institute.

As we all know that anti-oxidants have numerous health benefits starting right from boosting our immunity to prevention of cancer. Green tea is an excellent source of antioxidants, so it makes perfect sense that it could reduce your risk of cancer.

  • Improves Your Working Memory Prevents Cancer

Research published in the journal Psychopharmacology in 2014 suggests that green tea can enhance our brain’s cognitive functions, particularly the working memory.”

The amino acid L-theanine present in green tea works synergistically with caffeine in improving the brain functions. Long term benefits include protection of brain in old age, and also lowering the risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

  • Lowers The Risk Of Type II Diabetes

“Some clinical research has shown that green tea helps in lowering the blood sugar levels and has long term benefits in prevention of type –II diabetes.”

Green tea has high levels of polyphenols which can regulate glucose in body, helping to prevent or control diabetes. These polyphenols reduce oxidative stress which in turn reduces the risk of heart disease in patients of diabetes.

  • Protection Of Eyes

“Research suggests that drinking green tea reduce the risk of glaucoma in many individuals.”

Glaucoma is a condition of eyes that have devastating effect on eyes and which can cause damage to the optic nerve. The catechins are the miraculous substances present in green tea which helps to protect eyes from glaucoma.

  • Relief From Depression

“According to the latest research, individuals consuming green tea are likely to feel less depressed as compared to the non-consumers.”

Green tea has caffeine which acts as a temporary stimulant and aids to curb down depression. There is more to this, and the research shows that green tea has another component known as L-theanine – an amino acid that has a soothing, calming effect on people who drink it. This amino acid also has indirect effects on the levels of neurotransmitters in the brain such as serotonin and dopamine that can affect moods.

  • Anti-viral & Anti-Bacterial

“Researchers have found that the catechins present in green tea have exhibited a variety of antimicrobial mechanisms.”

This is one another benefit of green tea. Tea catechins are strong antibacterial and antiviral agents which make them effective for treating everything from influenza to cancer. In some studies green tea has been shown to inhibit the spread of many diseases.

  • Skincare Protection

“Numerous studies have shown tea polyphenols have protective effects against free radicals which in turn protect skin against pollution and UV damage.”

Green tea can helps to reduce wrinkles and signs of aging because of the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. It also contains the Methylxanthines that stimulates skin microcirculation and therefore positively influence the tone and health of the skin.

  • Lowers Cholesterol

“Research has shown that green tea lowers harmful cholesterol levels and also raises good cholesterol levels.”

Studies have shown that by drinking green tea on a daily basis high cholesterol levels can be lowered. Now we know that reducing a high cholesterol level is yet another of the many health benefits of consuming green tea.

So, If you’re not already a tea drinker – you should be and the best aspect of green tea, however, is not its overwhelming health benefits; it’s the delicious flavor that brings you back for another cup – regardless of how healthy you think you’re being.

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