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Top 5 Benefits of Drinking Green Tea

23 June 2021

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Maybe you are a heavy caffeine addict and you want to make some change in your life. Maybe you’ve heard about the benefits of drinking green tea from your favorite YouTuber and you want to make some positive change in your life. Or maybe you are just a curious person and you want to know more about this topic – either way, you came to the right place.

In this article, I will present to you the top 10 benefits of this well-known ancient Asian beverage.

As you might already know, green tea is one of the healthiest things you can fill your body with on planet Earth. Thanks to the antioxidants that it contains it can improve your brain function, promote fat loss and lower the risk of cancer disease.

1. It's great for your brain function

You might think to yourself – yeah, I know that green tea is healthy and all of that good stuff, but I like
my coffee, my morning boost, and how my brain operates after a morning cup of my favorite Lavazza.
But did you know that green tea contains caffeine too? That’s right – you can get your morning
caffeine dosage, which combined with L-Theanine can make you more chilled and relaxed, without
losing your focus and sharpness, in fact, you operate more inflow than after a cup of coffee, which
can make you anxious after some time. Isn’t that great?

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2. It can help you lose weight

That’s right – first of all, green tea improves your metabolic rate, and as many studies show it can also
reduce your body fat levels. It sounds almost too good to be true, but it really is – drinking green tea
makes you lose weight even without cutting your calories income. It also increases fat burning and as
many studies show, drinking green tea may improve your physical performance by up to 12%!

3. Protects your skin and brain from aging

I told you about the short-term benefits of drinking green tea for your brain already, but that’s not
everything. It also can prevent or slow down progressing of diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s,
which, as you may already know are connected to your brain aging. What is more, thanks to
anti-inflammatory effects, green tea keeps your look youthful, by also increasing the elasticity of your skin.

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4. May help you to live longer - in several ways!

There are many ways in which green tea works wonders for your health. Other than the ones I already
mentioned, as weight loss, brain and skin aging prevention, green tea can also decrease your blood
pressure, boost your immune system and decrease the risk of having heart disease. In a study of
40,530 Japanese individuals followed over seven years, drinking three to four cups of green tea per
day was associated with a 31% lower risk of dying of cardiovascular disease. More than that, it also
balances your ratio of good and bad cholesterol.

5. Reduces the risk of cancer

If the above ones didn’t convince you enough – let’s talk about cancer. All of us want to live long, healthy lives, but in modern times there are many things that can go really wrong in the meantime. Air and water pollution. Preservatives found in most foods. It’s everywhere around us. Many studies
indicate that green tea drinkers are less likely to develop several types of cancer, mostly thank the
antioxidants found in this glorious drink.

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As you can see, there are many benefits to drinking green tea. I hope that the ones I mentioned are

good enough for you to consider at least trying it for a while and check yourself to find out if it’s
worth it.
If you are interested in more down-to-earth and factual data, you can visit the below links to get more
scientific information about all of the things I mentioned.
Hope you enjoyed reading this article and that you will visit us again in the near future.

If you got interested and you want to prepare your own, healthy drink, feel free to get a free recipe from our blog here:

Stay healthy, stay strong, stay unspillable!

External links: 

Tea Consumption in Relation to Incident Type 2 Diabetes

Tea Polyphenols in Parkinson’s Disease

Oxidative stress, inflammation, and cancer: How are they linked?

Blog Post written by Krzysztof Fitas  |   11:00, 23 JUN 2021

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