Why you should drink Green tea?

Nowadays, Green tea has been utilized as a medicine for more than 1,000 years and which is originated in Republic of China but broadly used full of Asia, which helps to lowering the blood pressure and also preventing the cancer. The Green tea has more health benefits compared than black tea. Black tea is processed in a way that allows for fermentation whereas green tea’s processing avoids the fermentation process. As an outcome, green tea preserves maximum quantity of poly-phenols and antioxidant, these substances gives more health benefits. Here I have listed out some astonishing health benefits of Green tea; most probably you may not have been aware of. But still, some of the health benefits are being debated, so I suggest that please do you own research, if you want to use green tea for medicinal intentions. Most of the peoples think that, Green tea helps to reduce the weight. But in actual scenario, it not only reducing the weight, but benefits is more.

1.Green tea helps to reduce the Weight

Green tea surges the metabolism. The polyphenol institute in green tea works to strengthen levels of fat corrosion and the rate at which your body turns food into calories.

2.Helps to Diabetes

Green tea seemingly helps control glucose levels decelerating the rise of blood sugar after eating. This can stop high insulin points and subsequent fat storage.

3.Heart Disease

Experts think green tea works on the lining of blood vessels, serving keep them stay tranquil and better able to endure changes in blood pressure. It may also guard against the creation of clots, which are the main cause of heart attacks.

4.Esophageal Cancer

It can decrease the risk of esophageal cancer, but it is also widely thought to kill cancer cells in general without damaging the healthy tissue around them.


Green tea reduces bad cholesterol in the blood and improves the ratio of good cholesterol to bad cholesterol.

6.Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

It is said to delay the deterioration caused by Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Studies carried out on mice showed that green tea protected brain cells from dying and restored damaged brain cells.

7.Tooth Decay.

Studies suggests that the chemical antioxidant “catechin” in tea can destroy bacteria and viruses that cause throat infections, dental caries and other dental conditions

8.Blood Pressure.

Regular consumption of green tea is thought to reduce the risk of high blood pressure.


Theanine is an amino acid naturally found in tea leaves. It is this substance that is thought to provide a relaxing and tranquilizing effect and be a great benefit to tea drinkers.

10.Anti-viral and Anti-bacterial.

Tea Catechins are strong antibacterial and antiviral agents which make them effective for treating everything from influenza to cancer. In some studies green tea has been shown to inhibit the spread of many diseases.


Green tea can apparently also help with wrinkles and the signs of aging this is because of their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. Both animal and human studies have demonstrated that green tea applied topically can reduce sun damage.

How Much?

These are some of the many aids but the reality is one cup of tea a day will not give you all the plentiful gains. The jury is out on how many cups are necessary; some say as little as two cups a day while others five cups — and more still say you can drink up to ten cups a day. If you are thinking of going down this route, you may want to consider taking a green tea supplement instead (it would keep you out of the bathroom). Another thing to point out is that there is caffeine in green tea — so if you are sensitive to caffeine then one cup should be your limit. Green tea also contains tannins (which can decrease the absorption of iron and folic acid), so if you are pregnant or trying to conceive then green tea may not be ideal for you. You can try mixing green tea with other healthy ingredients such as ginger. For the rest of us with all these abundant benefits…it’s a wonder we drink anything else.