Why Is Green Tea Good For You?

Why Is Green Tea Good For You?

Green tea has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, originating in the Chinese province but widely used throughout Asia, this beverage has a multitude of uses from preventing cancer to improving your immune system. A reason that green tea has significantly more health benefits than black tea is supposedly down to the processing. The process of creating black tea allows for fermentation whereas green tea’s processing evades the fermentation method. As a result, green tea retains the maximum amount of antioxidants and polyphenols, the elements that give green tea its many benefits.

There are many benefits to drinking green tea; increasing metabolism being one – the rate at which your body turns food consumption into calories is sped up due to poly-phenyls found in green tea. Cholesterol is also improved with drinking this type of tea frequently; lowing blood pressure also occurs.  The amino acid also found in green tea called Theanine can help relieve stress and some bouts of depression, this acid found in the tea leaves has a really good rate of relaxing individuals.

Diabetes is another illness that can be prevented/controlled by drinking green tea. It can help to regulate glucose levels and the fluctuation of the blood sugar level, keeping you at a healthy and manageable level.

According to Healthline, some benefits of drinking green tea include:

  • May improve brain function.
  • Increases fat burning.
  • Antioxidants may lower the risk of some cancers.
  • May protect the brain from ageing.
  • May reduce bad breath.
  • May help prevent type 2 diabetes.
  • May help prevent cardiovascular disease

Here at BRUU, we have a brilliant range of green teas to choose from – from nutty greens to fruity and pure green blends, there is a glorious green for everyone.

*Blog updated February 2022

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