Health Benefits

"Green Tea is so healthy, We should have been drinking it long ago!"

tea leaves

Green Tea is healthy because of the large concentrations of powerful, natural antioxidants, and a variety of vitamins and minerals. The antioxidants are 10-25 times stronger than vitamin C and E. One cup of green tea has more antioxidants than a serving of spinach, broccoli, carrots or a leafy salad.

Antioxidants and their Benefits

Antioxidant Benefits according to research results

Components of Green Tea Beneficial Effects

A class of phytochemicals (EGCG) are found in high concentrated levels in green tea and are associated with the prevention of:

  • Prevents Heart disease
  • Lowers Cholesterol
  • Fights bacteria (stomach)
  • Reduces Dental cavities
  • Controls Obesity
  • Lowers blood sugar levels
  • Controls diabetes
CATECHINS: woman measuring her waist

Type of polyphenol appearing in large quantities in green tea.

  • Triggers weight loss
  • Stimulates the body to burn and decrease body fat
  • Affects body fat accumulation
  • Reduces Cholesterol
  • Reduces LDL (Bad Cholesterol in Male test populations)
THEAMIME: woman drinking tea

A unique amino acid found in the leaves of green tea.

  • Tranquilizing affects on the brain

A class of natural occurring chemicals in plants.

  • Essential in processing Vitamin C
  • Maintain capillary walls
  • Aids in the protection against infections
  • When combined with minerals and vitamins, may reduce the risk of a myriad of cancers, including Breast, Prostate, Colon, Cervical, Lung and Esopheca

Stimulative and diuretic


Reduces stress and prevents flu


Aids carbohydrate metabolism

AMINO BUTYRIC ACID: taking blood pressure

Lowers blood pressure


Lowers blood sugar


Prevents cavities


Antioxidant and regulates aging

THEANINE: cup of tea

Give green tea its delicious taste

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