Medical benefits of green tea

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Research has shown that green tea considerably reduces the risk of esophageal cancer. Green tea also reduces the overall cholesterol levels.  It is said to improve the High-density lipoprotein as well as Low-density lipoprotein. Green tea is a rich source of catechin polyphenols, particularly epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). This acts as a destructor of cancerous cells in the body.

Green tea also deGreen teatoxifies the body, purifies the blood and reduces signs of aging from the skin.

For people who are trying to reduce their caffeine intake green tea is a healthy solution. Green tea is indeed not completely caffeine free but yet if you compare it with regular tea or coffee it is present in a substantially lesser percentage.

Green tea also regulates the blood sugar levels and therefore it is a good immunizer for diabetic patients.

Green tea is also known to burn excessive body fats and to help the metabolic rate to gain momentum. This expedites weight loss in the body. Thus green tea is an integral part of most diet programmes.

The benefits of green tea are so diverse that it is not possible to limit them to a single page.

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