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Tea is known to contain polyphenol compounds, especially catechins. These antioxidants and their biological activities help in the prevention of breast, colon, colorectal, skin, lung, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, pancreas, liver, ovarian, prostate and oral cancers.
Sweating it out at the gym? Boost your exercise endurance with a cup of green or black tea regularly. The antioxidants in green tea and the polymers in black tea extract increases the body’s ability to burn fat as fuel, allowing to sweat it out for long hours at the gym!
Tea is as good as water when it comes to keeping the body hydrated. Researchers have said that intake of tea along with balanced intake of water keeps the body hydrated. Reach for your cup now!
Green tea has oligomeric proanthocyanidins antioxidants which protects the skin from harmful free radicals. Radical molecules damage healthy cells by depleting them of oxygen. A cup of green tea everyday will slow down the premature ageing and help retain the young looks
Green tea is the clear winner and a must drink beverage for people with type 2 diabetes. The higher levels of polyphenols help process sugars better
Drinking up to 10 cups of green tea every day can lower the bad cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) levels while keeping the good cholesterol (HDL) levels intact. It severely reduces the risks of having a stroke and keeps cardiovascular
Green tea strengthens bones and muscles. Regular intake of green tea prevents osteoporosis and ensures a painless old age.
Green Tea is highly useful in preventing Alzheimer’s as it prevents the formation of beta amyloid plaques which cause the disease. A flavonoid in green tea called EGCG (epigallocatechin-3-gallate) can bind to beta-amyloid proteins to prevent formations, and ultimately, prevent Alzheimer’s disease