Discover the Green Tea Diet

Monday, March 15, 2010


Green tea originates from China and has become associated with many cultures in Asia from Japan to the Middle- east. Recently it has become more widespread in the West where black tea is traditionally consumed. Over the last few decades green tea has begun to be subjected to many scientific and medical studies to determine the extent of its long supportive health benefits.

Evidences suggest that regular green tea drinkers may have lower chance of heart disease and developing certain types of cancer. Lot of evidences suggests green tea has been consumed for almost 5000 years, with china and India being the two of the first countries to cultivate it. Green tea has been used as a traditional medicine in countries such as India, China, Japan and Thailand to help everything from controlling bleeding and helping heal wounds to regulating body temperature, blood sugar and promoting digestion. Now, by reading this article you yourself will be able to "Discover the Green Tea Diet" and it's amazing effects on your health.

Producing a perfect cup of green tea is a tricky process. If not handled properly those same poly phenols that provide health benefits can ruin the flavor, making the tea taste gassy. It is particularly important not to over brew. It's best to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for each variety of green tea available in market. Scientific studies have shown you could probably attain the desired level of poly phenols by drinking merely 2 cups per day without adding milk. But if you really like the taste, by all means drink more as there are no harmful effects. To date the only negative side effect reported from drinking green tea in insomnia due to the fact that it contains caffeine; however green tea contains less caffeine than coffee.


The secret of green tea lies in the fact it is rich in catechin poly phenols particularly EGCG. EGCG is a powerful antioxidant, besides inhibiting the growth of cancer cells; it kills cancer cells without harming healthy tissue.

Green tea positively helps in diseases such as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, low immune system, cardiovascular disease and high cholesterol. Due to high levels of antioxidants it not only enables the relief of these medical conditions but also helps in limiting damage caused to the tissue by free radicals.

Suggestions are coming up by diet experts for including green tea in their diet plan. Green tea extracts and green tea pills benefits eternal dieters by increasing their body's metabolic rate.

Green tea can even help prevent tooth decay! Just as its bacteria destroying abilities can help prevent food poisoning; it can also kill the bacteria that cause dental plaque. More people nowadays are using green tea just for the purpose of mouthwash.

Meanwhile, skin preparations containing green tea from deodorants to creams are starting to appear in the market. Applying green tea directly to your skin is probably very helpful and can be used to tackle the problem of ageing signs by protecting the skin and helping to fight off the effects of time.

Research is still in progress about how antioxidant EGCG will help in tumors of breast cancer. So in the near future these findings will help to benefit patients of breast cancer.


Finally to conclude I would suggest that if you are worried about your health and wellbeing then you really should consider drinking green tea as a part of your daily routine. It's easy to make and you can easily substitute it for coffee or regular tea. More users are being fond of green tea everyday and gradually science is discovering the "Benefits of Green Tea Diet." If you dislike the flavor of this herbal drink then be assured as there are many flavors other than just plain green tea.


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