15 Reasons to Drink Green Tea Every Day

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The tradition of drinking green tea began in China more than 4,000 years ago. Today, due to the numerous medicinal and wellness benefits, it is no wonder that green tea has become a staple in many households worldwide.
 
Chances are that you have had a cup of green tea in your lifetime. While all green tea is made from Camellia sinensis leaves, depending on the country of origin and the manufacturing process that the tea leaves have undergone, your cup of tea will taste vastly different. Chinese green teas are traditionally pan-fired to protect the flavor, giving them an earthy and sometimes bitter taste. In Japan, green tea leaves are rolled and lightly steamed, which gives them a delicate and refreshing flavor. When you shop for green tea, keep in mind the country of origin to select your preferred flavor profile. However, it is also important to look for high-quality green tea brands that are certified organic and produced without pesticides or other harmful chemicals and preservatives.
 
Drinking just a cup or two of green tea each day can do wonders for your health and well-being. You have probably heard of the excellent levels of antioxidants in green tea, but did you know that it can help you burn belly fat, prevent cancer, and offers many more benefits to your mind and body?
 

Here are 15 reasons to drink green tea every day:

 
Anti-Aging
Green tea contains large amounts of nutrients and powerful antioxidants that reduce the formation of free radicals in your body and protect your cells from damage that cause premature aging. When applied topically, green tea can also reduce existing sun damage.
 
Improved Memory
Green tea drinkers have been found to have higher function in the memory center of their brains. In the short term, green tea can improve your brain function in areas that process and store information. Long term, it can protect your brain and has the ability to delay the progression of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
 
Energy
Green tea contains caffeine, but not as much as coffee. When you drink green tea, you will get the benefits of caffeine, without the jittery side effects associated with excess caffeine that a cup or two of joe contains.
 
Improved Mood
This powerful tea contains amino acids, including L-theanine, which reduce anxiety and increase dopamine in your brain. Green tea improves your brain function and provides a relaxing and uplifting effect on your mind to combat symptoms of depression.
 
Fat Burner
Green tea is a key ingredient in many fat-burning supplements, and it is there for good reason! Green tea can boost your metabolic rate and can aid in weight loss through its fat-burning potential, specifically fat in your abdominal region. Bye bye belly fat!
 
Antibacterial
Green tea contains catechins, which have strong antibacterial and antiviral properties. Catechins can kill bacteria and inhibit the spread of diseases. Take that influenza!
 
Relaxation
Drinking tea can be a relaxing, ritualistic experience. Green tea contains theanine, a chemical that has a calming effect that can help put your mind and body at ease. Sip on green tea before and after meditation to help free your mind of stresses and worries.
 
Pain Relief
Green tea contains quercetin,an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compound that can reduce inflammation in your body. Studies have shown that green tea can also reduce the likelihood of developing arthritis. Drink green tea now for a strong and limber yoga body later.
 
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Combat Cancer
Cancer is caused by oxidative damage to cells. The antioxidants in green tea can protect your cells and aid them during stages of growth, reducing your risk of cancer.
 
Lower Blood Pressure
Green tea improves blood flow and reduces the risk of high blood pressure. Improved blood flow can prevent cardiovascular disease and even blood clots – the main cause of heart attacks.
 
Reduce Bad Cholesterol
High cholesterol is one of the largest contributing factors in heart disease. Green tea can reduce bad cholesterol in your blood and improve the ratio of good to bad cholesterol.
 
Treat Diabetes
Green tea has glucose-regulated capabilities, slowing the rise of blood sugar after you consume a meal, and preventing insulin spikes.
 
Oral Health
The catechin in green tea controls the acidity of saliva, helping to prevent tooth decay. It also can improve gum health, prevent tooth loss and improve bad breath.
 
Allergy Relief
Green tea contains EGCG, a compound that is proven to be anti-allergenic and can reduce pollen allergens and improve seasonal allergies.
 
Digestive Woes
Many people suffer from digestive issues, whether it be occasional indigestion and heartburn or more serious conditions such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. The anti-inflammatory EGCG in green tea can reduce inflammation in your stomach and relieve digestive upset.
 
Green tea is full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals and other micronutrients. With all of the tremendous health and wellness benefits of green tea, drinking a cup or two a day is a no-brainer. Drinking green tea is an easy and inexpensive way to improve your overall health, for today and your future. That is why you should drink drink green tea everyday.
 

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