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7 Health Benefits of Green Tea
by Tarini Sharma
What is natural Green Tea?
Green tea, scientifically known as Camellia sinensis, is a healthy drink that has numerous benefits, such as improving the human body’s metabolic rate. These benefits arise due to its composition, which includes anti-diabetic, anti-obesity, antioxidant, immunomodulator, anti-inflammatory and other vital properties. Natural green tea also contains polyphenols, caffeine, minerals, and trace amounts of vitamins, amino acids, & carbohydrates. This tea serves as the finest example for maintaining excellent health. For most people, drinking green tea on a regular basis is a safe and an economical approach to preserving and stimulating their health.
Health Benefits of Green Tea:
Contains anti-Obesity Properties:
Green Tea contains anti-obesity properties as it is rich in antioxidants, caffeine and catechins contents and thus, it is said that green tea can help you lose weight. These ingredients help to increase fat metabolism in the body and burn calories while exercising, which helps to reduce the overall body fat.
Helps in lowering cholesterol levels:
Green tea has high amounts of antioxidants and catechin, which improve lipid metabolism and lowers bad cholesterol (LDL) and total cholesterol. According to some recent studies, it may also aid in the rise of HDL or “good cholesterol”.
Rich in antioxidants:
In today's world, oxidative stress is caused by an imbalance between antioxidant and free radicles in the body as a result of substantial lifestyle changes, food choices and environmental variables such as pollution & radiation. These substances increase oxidative stress, which damages body cells. Green tea is filled with antioxidants, which assist to protect human cells from such damage.
Acts as an antidiabetic:
People are becoming increasingly prone to diabetes as a result of sedentary lifestyles, stressful environments and poor eating habits. Numerous studies suggest that adding green tea to one's daily routine, combined with a good diet and exercise, can help individuals maintain their blood sugar levels by boosting insulin sensitivity.
Increases mind alertness and concentration:
Green tea contains caffeine and L-theanine, which were found to boost alertness, concentration and vigor, as well as boosting performance for difficult long-duration cognitive tasks.
Good for oral health:
The mouth is a vital part of the body and its health is harmed by Sulphur compounds and oral bacteria. The polyphenol component of natural green tea and the antioxidants found, help to reduce Sulphur and limit the growth of oral bacteria, thus assisting in reducing foul breath and maintaining good oral hygiene.
Act as an immunomodulator:
Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) content in green tea has been found to alter immune cell functions and alleviate some autoimmune illnesses, it effectively acts on multiple systems of the human body, particularly helping the immune system.