Only 1% Know The 12 Medically-Proven Benefits of Green Tea

In midsummer, in addition to drinking ice drinks or coffee to resist the heat, have you ever thought that a cup of hot tea can also cool off the heat? Faced with so many teas, how should we choose? Many research reports have pointed out that green tea is relatively healthier. Because green tea chooses the new leaves or buds of the tea plant, it is made directly by shaping, drying and curing. It is not fermented and retains the natural substances of the tea to the greatest extent. It contains more antioxidants and caffeine than black tea and oolong tea. Catechins and amino acids are helpful for improving the function of the immune system. The following is an inventory of 12 benefits of drinking green tea, together to gain a stronger body!

Improve Weight Loss Efficiency

Losing weight is a protracted war. Many will strictly control their diet and stay away from high-calorie beverages. Sometimes you want to drink sweet beverages, but you can't. Drinking plain water no longer ignites your enthusiasm. Relevant studies have shown that proper drinking of green tea has the effect of assisting weight loss. As a natural "performance enhancer", green tea has a variety of nutrients, which can eliminate fat accumulation in the body, appropriately increase the body's metabolism, and cooperate with exercise and fitness. Let your weight loss career get twice the result with half the effort.

Regulate Skin Condition

There are endless skin care products on the market with different effects. Many people are afraid of wrinkles or dark spots on their skin, so they spend a lot of money to buy skin care products at sky-high prices. In fact, there is a natural and affordable skin care product around us-that is green tea.

Resist computers and ultraviolet radiation

Green tea is not only a drink, but also has excellent effects when used for daily skin cleansing. The tea polyphenols rich in green tea are water-soluble substances. Washing your face with tea water can clear the greasy face, shrink pores, reduce the formation of acne, and have anti-inflammatory and sterilizing effects. Green tea also helps repair skin damage caused by ultraviolet radiation in the sun, and effectively fights skin aging. The tea polyphenols in green tea can also neutralize the oxides produced by computer screen radiation in our skin. Therefore, girls who are afraid of sunburn in summer, or office workers who often work in front of computers, can drink more green tea to achieve the purpose of radiation protection.

Prevent Cancer

The cause of cancer is complex. If you want to stay away from cancer and stay healthy, the antioxidants in green tea are definitely the best guardian. It helps slow down the growth and spread of cancer tissues. Green tea can prevent some common cancers, including breast cancer, colorectal cancer and prostate cancer. Although more evidence is needed for research on the anti-cancer ability of green tea, as far as modern medicine is concerned, regular consumption of green tea has almost no negative effects on cancer patients.

Logical Thinking Partner

Tea and coffee are globally recognized refreshing beverages. If coffee affects your sleep at night, I suggested you to try green tea. Green tea has a milder refreshing effect. The caffeine in green tea can block the effects of adenosine (a neurotransmitter that promotes sleep) and keep your brain awake. At the same time, the concentration of norepinephrine and dopamine in the body increases, making you more alert and sensitive, and greatly improving brain function. In addition to improving the mental state, the fresh aroma of green tea can also refresh the mind, relieve physical fatigue, and improve work efficiency and concentration. Therefore, green tea is very suitable for office workers who need to relieve fatigue.

Diuresis

The anti-fatigue effect of green tea is also reflected in the water circulation in our body. The caffeine in green tea can stimulate the kidneys, prompt the rapid excretion of urine, increase the filtration rate of the kidneys, and reduce the retention time of harmful substances in the kidneys. Caffeine can also eliminate excessive lactic acid in urine, help the body eliminate fatigue as soon as possible, and reduce muscle soreness after exercise.

Strengthen Bone Health

Researchers from the University of HK conducted a study on "the effect of catechins on bone health". They found that the EGC component of catechins in green tea stimulated a key enzyme that promotes "bone growth" by 79%. Another study shows that tea polyphenols contained in green tea help the calcification of osteoblasts and achieve the effect of strengthening bone density. At the same time, it can inhibit the production of osteoclasts and delay bone fluidity.

Alleviate Diabetes

Studies have pointed out that drinking green tea can enhance the ability of insulin, allowing insulin to naturally regulate blood sugar under normal operation. Drinking more green tea can reduce dependence on insulin drugs and help slow down diabetes. In addition, the catechins contained in green tea can reduce the concentration of triglycerides and have a good effect on lowering blood sugar.

Inhibit Oral Bacteria And Promote Dental Health

Teeth, as our lifelong companions, dental care is a health issue that needs to be paid attention to every day. The residue left between the teeth can cause bacterial erosion and cause periodontal problems such as tooth decay. In addition to brushing your teeth frequently, drinking green tea can also have a good antiseptic effect. Gargle with green tea after meals. Green tea contains a variety of vitamins and caffeine, especially catechins, which can effectively inhibit oral bacteria, especially Streptococcus transglycosides, which is closely related to bad breath and many oral diseases. Tea can also neutralize sulfides in the mouth and keep the breath fresh.

Maintain Eye Health

According to a study published in 2010, green tea is also very beneficial for your eyes. This is highly related to the antioxidants and catechins in green tea. When you drink green tea, antioxidants will have a healing effect on your eyes. Tea can prevent oxidation, protect the eyes from damage and weak eyesight, and effectively prevent eye diseases.

Reduce The Incidence Of Cardiovascular Disease

Green tea can also bring benefits to the heart, such as preventing high blood pressure and heart disease. According to research, moderate consumption of the antioxidants contained in green tea can reduce triglycerides and cholesterol, while vitamins help regulate blood lipids. Otherwise, thick blood can easily cause blood circulation disorders. Long-term adherence to drinking green tea can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, and catechins can reduce the risk of stroke and high blood pressure.

Maintain A Healthy Brain

Green tea is good for the cardiovascular system and also good for the brain, because our brain also needs healthy blood vessels. Head MRI showed that people who often drink green tea have a higher level of activity in the working memory area of the brain. Research on green tea also shows that green tea can prevent the formation of amyloid plaques in Alzheimer's disease (senile dementia).

In view of the above 12 benefits, long-term moderate consumption of green tea can maintain physical health and mental vitality. As a natural and affordable drink, green tea can be our daily drink of choice, and even can replace water.

 

*The above cannot be used as a basis for medical diagnosis and treatment. Please follow your doctor's advice.


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