It’s Tea Time: The Health Benefits of Drinking Green Tea!

Everyone always says that they’re looking for the next new drink, whether that is drinking a juice, coffee, a smoothie, or just water, but this time it’s green tea and it has been consumed and hailed for its health benefits for centuries globally. Just now gaining popularity from the U.S. in the past couple of years, green tea has been considered to be the most consumed beverage in the world behind water. While many people don’t like to drink green tea because of the way it looks, green tea is actually very delicious and extremely good for you. I will give you a couple of health benefits that green tea can do for a person and by the end of reading all health benefits, you will be heading to the grocery store to get yourself a pack of green tea to brew at home!

Green tea is made from an un-oxidized leave and is the top tea for having the least amount of processed sugars or other ingredients within the tea. Because of this, green tea contains the most antioxidants and beneficial polyphenols, which not only controls bleeding and heals wounds, but it also aids digestion, improves heart ad mental health and regulates the body’s temperature.

Green tea not only taste good, but it helps your body feel good as well. By drinking green tea, the high level of polyphenols within the tea helps kill cancerous cells and stop them from growing. Studies have also shown that the positive impacts of green tea on breast, bladder, ovarian, colorectal, esophageal, lung, prostate, skin and stomach cancer have all seen tremendous health benefits due to just drinking green tea once or twice a day.

Along with all the internal health benefits green tea can give you, there are several external benefits this tea can do for you skin, hair, and emotions as well. When drinking green tea, there is a nutrient within the tea itself that helps the skin and hair grow healthy, strong, and shine on. Drinking green tea also helps the body relax and relieve some of the stress.

Drinking green tea not only taste good, but also it is good for you. So from here on out, brew yourself a cup of tea in the morning, a cup of tea in the evening and just relax!

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