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Green Tea For Excellent Health

Research on green tea has proven that it contains a powerful antioxidant component that can counteract the free radical attacks that cause degeneration in human organs, including many types of cancer, including esophagus, stomach, pancreas, colon, rectum, bladder, prostate and even lungs and breasts.

In general, the benefits of green tea are:

1. Antioxidants

The antioxidant properties of green tea tea can protect DNA from oxidative damage-free cells and thus inhibit the growth of wild cells or benign tumors.

2. Useful to prevent cardiovascular disease & heart disease.

Epidemiological studies show that people who drink four cups of green tea daily or are at a lower risk for atherosclerosis (blocked artery) and green coronary heart disease. Decrease in LDL (bad cholesterol) and increase in HDL (good cholesterol) and total serum cholesterol and total triglycerides.

3. Stimulate weight loss

Green tea enhances the body's ability to burn fat and plays an important role in controlling human weight.

4. Prevents Helicobacter pylori bacteria, the cause of stomach ache.

H. pylori is a deadly bacterial disease that causes gastritis and other digestive tract, including cancer. Components of green tea, ECGC, especially the effect of healing on H. pylori infection are. Green tea polyphenols stimulate beneficial bacterial growth in digestive tract such as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium which have been shown to enhance immunity. In addition, it reduces the growth of pathogenic bacteria such as Clostridium perfrigens, Clostridium difficle, and even Escherichia coli bacteria.

5. Renal protection against toxin formation.

Methylguanidin is a leading cause of diseases such as anorexia (loss of appetite), ulcer (peptic ulcer), neuropathy (nervous system disorders) and anemia (red blood deficiency). Polyphenols in green tea suppress the production of methylguanidin which looks like methylguanidin decreases serum levels in the blood after drinking green tea for some time.

6. Deodorization effect in the mouth.

Sulfur compounds formed in the mouth such as methylmercaptan and some sulfides as a result of protein and bacterial damage cause a bad breath (halitosis) after each meal. Green tea tea can reduce the symptoms of this halitosis significantly.

7. Slow blurring of the lens cataract process.

The cataracts are said to arise from the formation of reactive oxide peroxide species (such as free radicals) that invade the cells until the lens gradually becomes opaque. The ECGC component in green tea is able to stop this process by suppressing the increased peroxide formation.

8. Anti-virus and anti-microbial.

Green tea can affect virus biosynthesis with human protein cells, which can be useful in preventing or treating various disorders that cause the virus, including pathogenic DNA viruses: adenovirus, herpes, smallpox, and RNA virus: retrovirus (HIV / HELP). Some types of retroviruses and herpes also stimulate cancer growth. Common symptoms of viral infection include fever, weakness, loss of appetite and poisoning. In addition to preventing the synthesis of DNA and RNA above, green tea extract is also an antivirus against influenza virus, herpes simplex, Coxsackie B6 virus and polio. It is concluded that green tea demonstrates the ability to "bacteria

cytotoxicity "(the toxicity of cells by bacteria) and the ability to fight viruses and bacteria.

9. Prevent cell damage through chemical processes.

Eating habits and lifestyles such as eating too much fat, spices that are stimulating and even smoking, drinking alcohol and eating less vegetables and fruits cause various health problems as a result of degeneration. These disorders include hypertension (high blood pressure), heart problems, stroke and cancer. Cancer Prevention (Chemoprevention) Cancer Treatment is different because the main goal here is to reduce the risk of cancer. Therefore, in a healthy lifestyle, foods and supplements containing anticarcinogenic substances should be included in the daily diet.

10. Protects skin against ultraviolet light.

The content of polyphenols in green tea can prevent cancer and inflammation of the skin. When applied to the skin, it protects the skin from ultra violet rays and substances that stimulate the skin. This benefit is also obtained when green tea leaves are intoxicated. Currently a protective skin cream for ultra violet rays that is green tea contains a component called epigallo.

11. Prevents damage to the lungs by tobacco.

Drinking green leaves prevents tumors in the lungs caused by carcinogens in tobacco content, a variety of nitrosamine compounds.

12. Protect the heart

As an antioxidant against free radicals that causes damage

cells, green tea enhances the activity of the superoxide superoxide (SOD) defense enzymes, glutathione peroxidase and catalase to protect the liver, lungs, skin, milk glands and digestive system.

13. Protects against acute pancreatitis.

A controlled study of a large population in Shanghai showed that the risk of colon, rectal, and pancreatic cancer was reduced. After taking polyphenols from green tea at 500 mg / kg daily weight loss, there was a decline in pancreatic cancer.

14. Maintain a healthy esophagus

Oesophageal cancer is the 9th most common cancer in the world. About 300,000 new cases are reported each year, while 80% of them occur in developing countries. For other types of cancer, green tea can prevent it if taken regularly.

15. Protects the abdominal skin.

Epidemiological studies have also shown that those who drink green tea often have cancer of the skin on the stomach. This is because of the ability of EGCG to prevent cancer in the stomach gland.

16. Prevents the growth of prostate and breast tumors.

Reports from several Asian countries show lower cases of prostate and breast cancer in areas with daily consumption of green tea.

17. Protect memory

Green tea also seems to keep the brain 'constant' from the dangers of dementia. Adults who drink 2 cups of green tea daily seem to have no more serious cognitive problems than those who drink less than that amount of tea. Why not? Again because of the high dose of antioxidants contained in tea to fight free radicals that damage brain neurons as they appear in people with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.


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