What does Research say about  Green Tea?

We all know Tea is a stimulant and refreshing. What makes Green Tea different from black Tea is that it is the least processed Tea, allowing it to retain its natural Green color, since the chlorophyll remains in the leaves.

Also, the Green Tea is becoming especially popular among Tea drinkers who are concerned about their health.

Green Tea Health Benefits – Is it worth the entire buzz around it?

Green Tea is packed with Flavonoids, antioxidants, and nutrients that support and boost brain functions, weight loss and even fights cancer.

Some vitamins, like vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin C and vitamin E are also found in Green Tea. It is also rich in amino acid L-theanine.  L-theanine helps you to relax and fight stress and anxiety. It is also found to be beneficial in heart problems, cardiovascular diseases, high cholesterol, rheumatoid arthritis, and osteoporosis.

Green tea over time has evolved into a medicinal drink that caters to a myriad of illnesses and has anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties.

It is loaded with polyphenols like flavonoids and catechins, which function as powerful antioxidants. These substances can reduce the formation of free radicals in the body, protecting cells and molecules from damage. These free radicals are known to play a role in aging and all sorts of diseases.

Green Tea has been shown to increase fat burning and boost the metabolic rate. Drinking Green Tea may help you prevent and fight seasonal allergies. Quercetin, a naturally occurring flavonol in Green Tea, helps to keep allergies at bay.

The antioxidants found in Green Tea can actually penetrate the tissues of the eyes and produce antioxidant activity and boost eyesight.

Green Tea promotes healthy gums and teeth. It has the ability to control bacteria and lower the acidity of saliva and dental plaque makes it useful for preventing cavities.

Green Tea protects the heart and unclogs the arteries and thus lowering the risk of heart diseases and atherosclerosis.

As mentioned, Green Tea is rich in ‘Antioxidants.’ The main job of antioxidants is to neutralize the oxidants or free radicals present in the body, therefore, regular consumption of Green Tea can effectively delay the signs and symptoms of aging.

Green Tea is an easy and ideal solution to counter fatigue, laziness, sleepiness, and lack of energy, and to improve blood circulation. If taken without sugar Green Tea helps to reduce the blood glucose level. Moreover, the antioxidant and astringent qualities of Green Tea ensure good health and better functioning of the pancreas.

Green Tea is the best cure for hangovers and fatigue caused by the consumption of alcoholic. Take a cup of Green Tea with lemon to get immediate relief.

The bioactive compounds in Green Tea can have various protective effects on neurons and may reduce the risk of both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, the two most common neurodegenerative disorders.

Drinking 2 to 3 cups of Green Tea daily can help clear up a urinary tract infection. The Tea contains antioxidants that one study found can reduce bladder inflammation.

It seems Green Tea is loaded with lots of health benefits and has made its place as a perfect health beverage.