24 Sep Green Tea Lovers Need to Read This
Ha! Japanese Green Tea! The bitter and raw flavor has surely grown on you!
We know it’s now trendy to add green tea to your dietary routine mainly due to its detox benefits, but it’s naturally good, whether its green, white or black.
1. Rich in antioxidants
Antioxidants are chemical compounds that are responsible for fighting other molecules, as is the case of free radicals. Green tea is a rich source of antioxidants and, thanks to this, is fantastic to prevent chronic diseases as well as antiaging skin issues.
2. Improves Cardiac health
Its high content of antioxidants make green tea an ally to regulate thse levels of bad cholesterol in the blood and prevent it from being installed in the blood vessels.
According to experts, regular consumption of green tea can decrease cardiac risks and other conditions related to cardiovascular health.
3. It could help prevent cancer
Studies have shown that green tea has important properties that are promising as a method to reduce the risk of developing different types of cancer. According to many specialists, the antioxidants contained in this tea could help lower the risk of prostate cancer. In another analysis, a risk reduction of up to 18% of lung cancer was observed.
Japanese Green Tea
Japanese research has linked green tea consumption to lowering the risk of developing stomach, pancreatic, esophageal, prostate and colorectal cancer. Furthermore, Japanese Green Tea has been proven to fight and repair skin damage due to the over-exposure of sun.
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xx, The Natural Dermis Team