All About Green Tea

Green tea

Green tea is the second most famous beverage in the worldwide, however it was first found more than 4000 years back in China where a researcher is said to have found the refreshing beverage when a leaf from a tea plant fell into his cup. The researcher tasted the beverage and preferred it, so he chose to refine the procedure.

Green tea originates from a similar plant that produces oolong tea and black tea, Camellia Sinensis shrub. The difference lies in the manner they are prepared. Green tea is prized for being one of the most beneficial refreshments accessible, so much so that it’s accomplished super drink status in recent years.

Green tea’s medical advantages are outstanding. Normal drinking of this green refreshment is known to increase metabolism, prevent some forms of cancer and degenerative diseases, improve brain function, and prolong life.

Weight ReductionGreen tea contains caffeine, which negatively influences your body fat, bringing about weight reduction. Drinking green tea will enable you to drop weight quicker if it is a piece of a well- structured eating routine.

Decreased Inflammation –  The natural antioxidants found in green tea can go far towards fighting inflammation. Some study found that the calming potential in green tea has the potential for fighting off various types of skin disorders.

Diminished Cortisol LevelsCortisol is a stress hormone that adds to belly fat and makes your skin age rapidly. Ongoing investigation proposed 3 cups of tea daily make your cortisol levels rise less.

Fights Cardiovascular DiseasesConsumption of green tea has also been proven to help in improving cardiovascular health and bringing down cholesterol and triglycerides.

Healthy BrainAn examination confirmed that every day consumption of green tea delays memory decline and prevent memory lapse. These discoveries propose that continued consumption of green tea extracts, may advance your healthy ageing of the mind.

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  1. We love sipping green tea year-round, both chilled or served piping hot. Loaded with powerful antioxidants, essential nutrients, and anti-inflammatory polyphenols, green tea has tons of potent health benefits.

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