Benefits of Green Tea

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Asian people are in the habit of drinking some other kind of tea though – green tea. In Japan, drinking tea is accompanied by a whole ceremony, but the truth about it being so popular there lies in the extraordinarily beneficial properties that it has.


The most appreciated quality of green tea is the antioxidant effect that it has upon free radicals, due to a chemical which it contains and is known to be a powerful antioxidant. We all know that free radicals contribute to several serious diseases of the heart, arthritis, high blood pressure, and other old-age related conditions, as well as to cancer. It has also been noticed that green tea improves bone structure, taking action against osteoporosis, reduces stress and also helps in flu and diarrhea. The antioxidants in this kind of tea ensure the liver protection against toxins, so it is highly recommendable to smokers and especially to drinkers!
While being an excellent antioxidant, when it comes to cancer, green tea proves very efficient in fighting against the malignant cancer cells without touching the healthy cells in any way.

Green tea is also known as one of the best remedies for cardiovascular diseases, by lowering the level of cholesterol and reducing the risk of heart attacks (we must remember that cholesterol is responsible for the formation of blood clots!). No wonder that the Japanese living in their home country – who actually drink a lot of green tea - are less prone to heart diseases than their compatriots living elsewhere.

Thus, let’s benefit from this green miracle and improve our health condition in a very easy way – by drinking at least one cup of such tea every day!
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