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Green Tea Perks: Fat Burning & More

October 28, 2016 2 min read

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If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re interested in learning more about the health benefits of this aromatic and revitalizing beverage. You’ll be glad to know that the health benefits of green tea are numerous.

Green tea originated in China and has been consumed by people all over the world because of its incredible health benefits. Traditionally it was used by the Chinese as a remedy to help with digestion, heal wounds and control bleeding, improving mental health, heart health and regulating body temperature.

Modern research has shown that green tea can have a positive impact on conditions such as liver disorders, type 2 diabetes, weight loss and Alzheimer’s Disease. Since green tea is a less processed form of tea and is made from unoxidized leaves, it contains a large dose of antioxidants and polyphenols; these positive bioactive compounds can improve your health.

Health Benefits of Green Tea

Weight Loss

Numerous studies have shown that green tea can increase fat burning to help you lose weight. Potent antioxidants called catechins contain a substance that can boost your metabolism. The combination of consuming caffeine in green tea with exercise further enhances weight loss.

Reduced Risk of Cancer

Researchers believe that the high levels of polyphenols contained in tea can kill cancerous cells and prevent them from growing, although at this stage the actual mechanisms of this process are unknown. The polyphenols in tea been linked to a decrease in tumor growth and may protect against ultraviolet damage, according to the National Cancer Institute. Also, the rate of cancer tends to be lower in countries where the consumption of tea is high.

Reduced Risk of Heart Disease

The catechins in green tea have protective effects on the cardiovascular system. The benefit of reduced mortality from the consumption of green tea was reported in a study published in 2006 by the American Medical Association.

Lower Cholesterol

The antioxidant properties in green tea have been shown to lower LDL and total cholesterol levels in the body.

Lowered Risk of Type II Diabetes

People with Type 2 diabetes have high blood sugar levels and insulin resistance. Research has shown that green tea can reduce blood sugar levels and improve insulin sensitivity.

Dental Health

Catechins in green tea can kill harmful bacteria in your mouth, which causes plaque formation as well as tooth decay. Additionally, green tea reduces bad breath.

Alzheimer’s Disease

The most common neurodegenerative disease among our population is Alzheimer’s disease. Studies have shown that the catechin in green tea can have protective effects on neurons and as a result could help lower the risk of Alzheimer’s.

Skin Care

A 2007 study showed green tea has potential as a treatment for dandruff and psoriasis. The results of the research indicated that green tea can slow the growth and regulate the life cycle of skin cells.

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