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Green tea health benefits

Tea made from green tea leaves of Camelia sinensis only through the manufacturing process, which showed the lowest oxidation. Green tea originated in China and in Eastern culture.

Green tea is served with green tea leaves are soaked in hot water in the cup. Hanging high tea, are more qualified but less time is required for mixed. Usually the time required for soaking green tea is three minutes 30 seconds, the water temperature between 61-87 degrees Celsius when water is too hot or too long to swallow the bitter tea produced.

Green tea contains caffeine. Caffeine content of less long-term use of immersion and water temperature will be comparable. Also green tea also contains theophylline and theobromine.

Green tea has many health benefits have long been consumed. Some scientific research also supports. A student in 2006 at Tohoku University in Japan and is listed in the Journal of the American Medical Association Anka death from heart disease can be reduced by consumption of tea.

In addition, scientific studies have heart disease, cancer, heart artery plaque formation, stress, obesity, high cholesterol, arthritis, and HIV infection (in vitro proven green tea to combat malnutrition has been documented in humans).

But green tea has the same effect, ie a certain amount of oxidative stress and liver toxicity is not excessive in taking it. Pregnant women should not drink green tea. Requirements should also be noted that normally prevents the absorption of some medications can make tea, so the gap between taking drugs to drinking tea should be about two hours.


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