Health Benefits of Green Tea

Green tea has a number of health benefits that you may not know about
Health Benefits of Green Tea
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As well as being a good source of caffeine, green tea is also known for its health benefits.

Green tea, a drink made from the leaves of a plant called camellia sinensis, is one of the most beneficial drinks in the world for your body and your mind. As well as being a good source for caffeine, green tea is also known for its health benefits.

Green tea has been shown in clinical studies to work wonders. It can do almost anything, from relaxing the mind and body to preventing cell damage and lowering cholesterol.

When you’re stressed or upset, sipping a cup of warm green tea can be soothing as it contains a natural chemical called theanine, which has a calming effect. Researchers have disputed the effects of green tea on cancer. While it’s believed that it can’t directly prevent cancer, green tea contains high amounts of catechins, antioxidants that fight and can prevent cell damage, which can cause cancer. It’s also been proven to increase blood flow, lower cholesterol, and improve memory.

Whether you’re brewing it at home or ordering from a local coffee or tea shop, green tea is one of the healthiest drink choices out there.

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