Green Tea Benefits

Green tea is one of  most popular tea in the world. Is any other drink proved to have health benefits as green tea? I didn’t find it yet. I have written a lot about green tea benefits. In this article, I want to summarize green tea benefits.

What contribute to green tea benefits?

If you read my former post about green tea benefits, you found green tea is rich in anti-oxidant, especially epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). EGCG is the secret of green tea. It’s a powerful anti-oxidant which inhabits growth of cancer cells. Besides, green tea also contains catechin. It help lower blood pressure.

What are the green tea benefits?

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Benefits of Black Tea

Black tea is a kind of fermented tea, originating from green tea after it is mixed, kneaded, fermented, dried and otherwise processed. The water of green tea is freshly green while that of black tea is orange red. Differences are not only skin-deep. What is more important is that black tea doesn\’\’t undergo the processes of steaming green or frying green, but is fermented. In the fermentation process, EGCG which is a powerful anti-oxidant, has been converted into other compounds. So some researchers assumed benefits of black tea are less than green tea. Is it true?

Does black tea have less benefits than green tea?

No evidences can prove that. Black tea contains its “private weapon” – theaflavins and thearubigens, which are also believed to provide health benefits. It\’s difficult to prove which is better.

What are the benefits of black tea?

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Black Tea Benefit – Protect Against Heart Disease

Heart disease always gets people confused. Many medicine can prevent it, while it also bring side effect. Is there any methods to protect against heart disease little side effect? One way is use black tea.

Why does black tea protect against heat disease?

Like green tea, black tea also contains antioxidants, which neutralize the harmful effects of natural chemical processes in the body. Antioxidants were also believed to reduced risk of heart disease, cancers and osteoporosis.
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