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Benefits of Green Tea - Drink Green Tea for good health

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Benefits of Green Tea - Drink Green Tea for good health

    It's an excellent source of antioxidants
    It burns fat and allows you to exercise for longer.
    It prolongs your life
    It reduces stress and boosts brain power.
    It reduces high blood pressure
    It helps protect your liver from alcohol
    It helps to prevent tooth decay and cures bad breath.

    It helps preserve and build bone
    It boosts your immunity against illness.
    It rehydrates you better than water.
    Delays signs & symptoms of aging
    Eliminates hangovers
    Helps lose weight
    Reduces blood glucose level
    Prevents thickening of blood
    Reduces risk of cancer
    Tones muscles & skin
    Improves blood circulation

More Benefits of Green Tea:
Headaches, Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's diseases, Heart diseases, Arthritis, Cardiovascular diseases, Impaired immune function, Dental plaque, Anti-aging, Viral & bacterial infections, Increases stamina, Endurance,     Digestion, Increases hydration, Acne, Ovarian cancer, Cold and flu, Relieves Joint Pain,     Depression, Anxiety, Nausea, Cholesterol and Weight, Promotes Healthy Sleep

Reduces risk of cancer
   Green tea contains potent antioxidants called catechins, which scavenge for dangerous free radicals in the body. The most powerful catechin found in green tea is EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate), which is believed to be a powerful anti-carcinogen.

A 2003 University of Colorado study confirmed that drinking 1 cup of matcha green tea has 137 times the amount of antioxidant EGCG compared to a conventional cup of green tea.

Green Tea Promotes Detox
    - Detox is vital for Cancer Patients
Green Tea Regulates Blood Sugar
    -Glucose spikes causes cancer
                        and sugar feeds cancer
Green Tea Kills Cancer Cells
Green Tea fights Inflammation
    - Inflammation helps cancer start,
                                 grow and spread


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