15 Benefits of Green Tea

15 Benefits of Green Tea
By Positivemed-Team
Edited By: Stephanie Dawson

1. Anti-Aging
Green tea helps you fight against aging and promote longevity, it contains polyphenols that fight against free radicals.

2. Cancer
The inhibitor in green tea is more practical than vitamins C and E which help our body to protect cells from injury which are believed to be connected to cancer.

3. Helps with Weight Loss
Green tea reduces the blood fat, excess water, and cholesterol while it detoxifies the body and suppresses untimely food cravings.

4. Heart Attack
By lowering the amount of cholesterol, green tea helps stop heart disease and strokes.

5. Fresh Breath
Intake of green tea helps avoid bad breath due to its ability to inhibit the growth of bacteria.

6. Keeps Allergies at Bay
ECGC found in green tea blocks key cell receptors that produce elements which are responsible for producing an allergic response.

7. Healthy Hair
Green tea inhibits the growth of DHT, which is known to hinder hair growth and cause hair loss.

15 Benefits of Green Tea

8. Diabetes
Green tea helps increase blood glucose levels and balance metabolism.

9. Cold & Flu
Vitamin C present in green tea helps treat and prevent influenza and cold.

10. Liver Disease
Green tea helps stop transplant failure in individuals with liver failure. It destroys harmful free radicals in fatty liver tissue.

green tea health benefits

11. Prevents food poisoning
Having green tea regularly in your meals helps protect your body from harmful bacteria that can cause food poisoning.

12. Helps in Curing Asthma
Green tea contains theophylline which relaxes the muscle supporting bronchial tubes, reducing the severity of asthma.

13. Prevents Tooth Decay
It destroys many bacteria and viruses which cause tooth decay and many dental diseases.

14. Bones
Green tea helps maintain healthy bones. Regular consumption can help preserve bone density.

15. Natural Sunscreen
Green tea works as a natural sunscreen against exposure to UV rays. It helps prevent free radicals from settling between skin cells, which can weaken the healthy protection system of the skin, causing wrinkles and sun damage.

 
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