Health Benefits of Green Tea

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The roots of the green tea belong to China but now green tea is used in all over the world. Green tea is an important substitute of tea, coffee or any other caffeine content, which is good for body, skin and hairs of any person. It also resists the growth of cancer in those people who drink the green tea regularly. It is a super drink for strong antioxidants and healthy body. Instead of quick health benefits, it affects the body slowly but has long-term health benefits. In the western countries, people have changed their habits of drinking black tea or black coffee. Instead of these, they have started consuming the green tea because it is more beneficial for health.

Green Tea

Green tea is made from the leaves of Camellia Sinensis plant, which is available in many varieties. Now people are aware with qualities of green tea leaves so they are manufacturing many beverages, health foods, cosmetics items and dietary supplements with the help of these leaves. Below, check out few more important health benefits of green tea.

Good for Heart Diseases:

According to a survey in Japan, the people who have taken more than five cups of green tea daily for six months, have the 26% lower risk of heart attack or stroke. High levels of cholesterol or High blood pressure is the reason for Hearth attack or other heart disease. Green tea contains flavonoids, which controls the high blood pressure and lower the risk by 50 percent. Green tea contains tannins, which is helpful in reducing the level of LDL (bad cholesterol) in the body. By avoiding, the high cholesterol foods and drinking the green tea daily can make your heart healthier. Green tea reduces inflammation in the heart and improves the blood flow.

Green Heart

Helpful in Gums and Bad Breath Problem:

Green tea is beneficial for healthy gums and in stopping bad breath. Green tea’s anti-inflammatory properties control the gums disease. It has the ability to prevent the growth of bacteria, which is the reason for bad breath. You can also make the paste by using the green tea leaves at home and by using it you can get rid of bad breath problem.

Green tea for Gums and Bad breath

Green Tea for Weight Loss:

Today’s world is fighting with the great issue of fat problem (weight gain) in men and women. Actually, fat problem is increasing due to today’s lifestyle, uncontrolled junk foods and drinks habit. To control weight, one should incorporate green tea in daily diet plan. Green tea has natural antioxidants named catechin polyphenols, which is helpful in weight loss. Green tea contains ten times amount of antioxidants, which one can find in vegetables and fruits. According to a survey, the people who consumed green tea for three months can reduce their weight from 0.5 to 4 kg.

Green Tea for Weight loss

Good for Healthy Skin and Hair Growth:

As we know that antioxidants, which are founded in green tea is the main source for healthy skin. By drinking green tea regularly and applying green tea externally, one can get glowing skin and good growth in hairs. The reason for premature aging is ultraviolet (UV) rays, which are found in the Sunlight and can damage the skin. Green tea protects against sun damage on the skin and also reduces the inflammation. One can make the home remedies by using green tea and apply on the skin for better glow.

Green Tea for Skin

Due to green tea’s antiseptic properties, it helps in preventing common hair problems such as dandruff and hair hall. It softens the hairs, increase the hair growth and make lustrous hairs. Vitamin E and Vitamin C founded in green tea are the great source of hair growth. You can also use the green tea as shampoo and wash your hair. By using 3-4 green tea bags in half liter of water, rinse it and use it in your hair like shampoo. It will help in cleaning the hairs and give the growth to hairs slowly.

Green Tea for Hairs

Lower the risks of Diabetes:

Diabetes is a disease, which has affected more than 380 million people around the world. The people who are suffering from diabetes have more health risks like stroke, loss of vision, and heart disease etc. The natural antioxidants presented in green tea prevent the secretion of an enzyme alpha-glucosidase, which slows down the absorption of glucose in the blood stream. Diabetic patient should add the green tea in their regular diet. The polyphenols in green tea cause widening of the arteries to occur. It helps in reducing cholesterol and decreasing blood pressure.

Green Tea for Diabetes Patient

Above are only some benefits of using green tea regularly, over and all there are hundreds of benefits consuming green tea. If you are using green tea daily then never leave this good habit if not then add it to your diet and habit. You would definitely see benefits in few months.

 

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