Saturday, 16 August 2014


The excellent health advantages of green tea are not limited to weight loss. It is the natural compounds in green tea, titled catechins, that provide a plenitude of other health benefits.

Grown men who administer themselves high doses of polyphenols like catechin have 75 percent less probability of having a stroke. Green tea reduces the amount of bad LDL cholesterol and raises good HDL cholesterol count. This brings forth a more beneficial balance between LDL and HDL plasma levels. Additionally there is confirmation that polyphenol catechins can help thin the blood and lessen blood pressure.

Protection from cancer is associated with green tea drinking, too. Scientists have shown that damage to our DNA is one known determinant of cancer. Our DNA strands come under attack from thousands of unstable oxygen molecules everyday. This is a normal thing for DNA. The amazing news is that our cells is able to repair itself.

Still, our DNA can cave in to this assailant and the DNA strings will become permanently damaged. Damaged DNA will produce a mutant code and start creating cancerous cells! It is then great for us that the antioxidants of green tea can head off and subdue free radicals. This helps reduce our possibility of falling victim to cancer! Vast amounts of research has also concluded that green tea reduces the risk of prostate cancer, lung cancer, bowel cancer, skin cancer, kidney cancer, pancreatic cancer and bladder cancer!

Green tea polyphenols elevate our count of white blood cells. A high white blood cell count is essential to a powerful immune system. There are two different white blood cells that polyphenols can strengthen - B-cells and T-cells. B-cells construct antibodies that defeat foreign objects and infectious microorganisms. T-cells engage particular invading organisms such as viruses and malignant cells.

For the purpose of detoxification the liver is our biggest weapon. It sponges up foreign chemicals from our blood and with the help of metabolic agents, chemically alters poisons into inert soluble materials. The harmful substances can then be excreted to the feces for elimination. With the levels of pollution in our environment and in our food in this age the liver experiences vast levels stress! On the up-side catechins come to our aid! These the compounds in green tea really do protect the liver from a number of these harmful substances by aiding the enzymes specific to detoxification. by Darren Haynes


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