Increasing Benefits Of Green Tea

Increasing Benefits Of Green Tea

More or less everyone is aware of green tea. The Chinese have been drinking green tea for years, and in the recent years, the entire world has acclaimed its benefits. Green tea was primarily used in Chinese medicine for treating minor headaches and even preventing matters like cancer. Studies have been conducted since then to highlight the benefits of green tea for individuals. The high concentration of polyphenols in the tea helps in oxidizing fat and encourages thermogenesis. The calorie burns in this rate.
An increased energy level increases metabolism and helps in promoting weight loss. Compared to most other beverages, green tea has very less calorie. Instead of reaching for your joe, a substitute with green tea can bring a huge difference in your overall level of fitness. Moreover, the antioxidants present in green tea reduce free radicals. These free radicals are responsible for causing cancer and aging. They prevent the formation of unstable oxygen molecules known as oxidation. Oxidation damages healthy cells. However, green tea prevents such a condition.
Fluoride is an important component in green tea due to which it is beneficial for teeth. The fluoride kills bacteria that cause plaque. It also helps in maintaining healthy and cavity free teeth.  Therefore, oral health can be greatly improved with the consumption of green tea. It is also a possible solution for those suffering from the conditions of cholesterol. Drinking green tea can low the risk and prevent the occurrence of blood clots in the body.

 

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