While researchers and doctors from different countries are struggling with a dilemma about the benefits and dangers of tea on our body, it is sold in any food store and is easily accessible to any user.
The benefits of green tea
While red wine has a powerful antioxidant resveratrol, green tea also contains a powerful antioxidant – Epigallocatechingallate. And only thanks to resveratrol, the French have a low incidence of coronary heart disease, despite the use of very high-calorie and fatty foods. The Japanese also have a low percentage of heart disease, despite the fact that most of them are heavy smokers. Do they also drink large quantities of red wine? Of course not. The answer is obvious, they consume a lot of green tea.
The properties of green tea are not yet fully understood. But some of its useful qualities have already been proven by scientific research:
treats various infections, stops the development of diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease, treats multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis, prevents cancer and slows its development, cures blood pressure, heart attacks and stroke neutralizes the movement of free radicals in the body, heals bleeding, eliminates caries, eliminates caries, in the body fat and bad cholesterol promotes weight loss reduces intracranial pressure
Dentists recommend brushing your teeth from under green tea, since the fluoride contained in it strengthens the tooth enamel.
Doctors recommend drinking it without any additives, the exception is only honey.
Tea does not lose its healing properties when chilled. They can quench their thirst and charge the whole body with positive energy.
The harm of green tea
Even if green tea is considered a safe drink and is commercially available, you should drink it with caution. Remember that the main problem with taking too much is associated with a high content of caffeine and natural phenolic substances.
During pregnancy and lactation, women should refrain from taking this drink. Caffeine passes into breast milk and causes concern to the infant.