What is Green Tea?
Green tea is a type of tea made from Camellia Sinensis leaves,
The leaf’s buds have not gone through the same process, the oxidisation process as some of the other tea leaf’s do, hence why it has a more beneficial effect. Green tea comes from China, but now the production and manufacture of these tea leaves go throughout 20 other countries as far as East Asia.
Different types of tea, differ accordingly to how they are processed, how they grow and the conditions they are grown in.
The Health Benefits associated with Drinking Green Tea
Green Tea contains lower levels of caffeine, it can lower levels of anxiety and it has anti-inflammatory properties. It can be beneficial to your entire wellbeing. Making Green tea one of the healthiest tea’s in the world, loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that are great for your mind and body. Green
But What are Antioxidants?
Green Tea contains antioxidants that have many health benefits. Antioxidants help prevent cell damage in the body. From day to day exposure of types of pollutants you may be in contact with.
Your Overall Wellbeing…
Getting your daily allowance of antioxidants (Green Tea) can clear the body of toxins thus improving: your brain function and the aging of the brain, also lowering the risks of certain health issues, are you trying to lose weight? Green Tea can boost the metabolic rate, you can also benefit from oral health and many more!
Green tea has a variety of wellbeing benefits, to assist you with your health, you might like to consider making green tea a regular part of your life.
How much Green Tea should I drink per day?
Drinking three to five cups of green tea per day (studies have shown) seems to be the norm to experience the most health benefits. Very high doses may be an issue for some, but generally, green tea's benefits are welcomed amongst many.
Everyone is different so research, do some more research so you can come to the best decision, as to which kind of tea is good for you.
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