12 Health Benefits of Green Tea

Benefits of Green Tea

I am going to try something new. I will pick one supplement or food that is necessary or beneficial for great health, then I will go over the findings that have been made about that one nutrient through the last 20 years.

Usually we write about the latest great thing discovered about a supplement, but we do not cram everything that has been discovered about that supplement into that one article. I am going to tell you the health benefits I find about a supplement in short statements in one article. If you don’t believe all these health benefits are possible from this one nutrient, contact me with what you want proof about, and I will give you as many documented studies that you desire about the subject.

The Purpose

If we give you all the things a nutrient does, you get the complete picture. If we give you the research on one aspect of a supplements benefits it is a story in itself which can easily take 2,000 words to explain. So, if we have a supplement that has 12 different health benefits like Green Tea, we would have a 24,000 word story that most people would not read. The list of 12 health benefits itself is only 184 words so you can read it in a few minutes and if you want to know the details of one of the 12 benefits, you can read about that one instead of reading 24,000 words about all 12.

Today we are going to give you the 12 benefits of Green Tea in no particular order.

Asian cultures have known for thousands of years that green tea is one of nature’s most potent agents in protecting the body against a host of illnesses.

Here is what I have found going back through only 20 years of scientific research done by Universities and Hospitals.

The research names different parts of green tea being good for different diseases, I will just write Green Tea instead of going into the scientific details. All the clinical achievements on this list were done with Green Tea.

This is an example of the scientific explanation.

The catechins present in green tea include epigallocatechin-3gallate (EGCG), epigallocatechin (EGC), and epicatrchin-3 gallate (ECG). Of these, EGCG demonstrates the most potent anti-cancer activity.

(I would not get many people to read long scientific disortations that go on and on like this so I just make it basic, but it is still the truth. If anyone wants to get down into the details, I will get you those papers.)

So here is the list of the benefits of Green Tea researched over the last 20 years.

Green Tea inhibits a crucial pathway necessary for the development of cancer

Green Tea also inhibits the development of new blood vessels required by cancer tumors in order to grow.

Green Tea probably effects most cancers, the ones in the studies I read were colon cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, and skin cancer

Mayo Clinic researchers have discovered that Green Tea helps kill leukemia. The research showed that Green Tea interrupts the communication signals leukemia cells need to survive.

Results from human studies over the past few decades show that green tea lowers levels of cholesterol.

Another clinical trial found that green tea also offers protection against brain-deteriorative functions typically associated with stroke.

Green Tea improves Circulation.

Green Tea stabilizes blood sugar.

Green Tea significantly reduces the risk of heart disease, coronary artery disease, and heart attacks.

Osteoporosis – Green Tea suppresses bone breakdown and promotes new bone formation as a result of its ability to fight oxidative stress.

Green Tea treats arthritis.

Green Tea extends life. In a laboratory study Green Tea supplemented animals lived an average of 14% longer than non-supplemented ones.

There are more things that Green Tea can do for you, but you get the point. Try to prove me wrong, I have the proof about all the information above. Email me if you want the research information on any of these studies.


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