17 reasons why you should start drinking green tea

We will present 17 good reasons why you should drink green tea on a daily basis.

  1. I’t helps in lowering cholesterol

Green tea helps reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood. It also improves the relationship between good cholesterol and bad cholesterol, by reducing the level of bad cholesterol.

  1. Help in preventing high blood pressure

Drinking green tea helps in keeping low blood pressure level from repression of angiotensin, which is leading to high blood pressure.

  1. Reduce the risk of cancer

Green tea contains antioxidants that are 100 times more effective than vitamin C and 25 times better than vitamin E. It helps your body to protect cells from damage.

  1. Green tea helps in reducing weight

This tea helps in reducing excess weight. It simultaneously burns fat and increases metabolism. Green tea can help you burn 70 calories in just one day. That means up to 3.5 kg per year.

  1. It reduces the level of blood sugar

During the aging process, sugar tends to increase, but polyphenols and polysaccharides contained in green tea help in reducing sugars in the blood.

  1. Prevent cold and flu

Green tea prevents colds and flu thanks to vitamin C. This vitamin helps in the fight against flu and colds.

  1. It strengthens the immune system

Flavonoids and polyphenols, contained in green tea, help strengthen the immune system, making your health stronger when it comes to fighting different diseases.

  1. Help preventing heart diseases

Green tea helps prevent heart disease and stroke by lowering cholesterol levels. Even after the heart attack, it prevents extinction of cells and accelerates the recovery of heart cells.

  1. Soothes allergies

Drink green tea if you suffer from allergy. EGCG (Epigallocatechin gallate), which is contained in green tea, soothes allergy symptoms.

– See more at: http://www.timefornaturalhealthcare.com/17-reasons-why-you-should-start-drinking-green-tea/

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