Herbal Wisdom: Find Wholesome Rejuvenation with Green Tea

 

It may be no surprise that green tea is healthy. In the past ten years, this beverage has experienced a surge in popularity thanks to the number of studies that have been conducted that show its astounding health benefits. Green tea, which can be sipped as part of a warm beverage or taken in a supplement form, or as part of a blended supplement, boasts ample benefits to both the mind and body.

Green tea has been used as a medicine for thousands of years in Eastern countries like China and has been known to help conditions ranging from diabetes to heart disease, cholesterol issues and more. It contains a powerful cocktail of antioxidants like flavonoids and catechins that are known to prevent certain types of cancer. These same antioxidants also protect certain molecules and cells in the body and they can help prevent aging and are contained often in beauty products like skin creams. In addition to containing Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG), which has been widely studied and known to treat a number of diseases, green tea contains vitamins and minerals that are essential to the healthy function of a body.

Here are some conditions that green tea is known to help:

  • Green tea increases metabolism and can help aid in weight loss.

  • It can help regulate glucose levels and therefore helps people that have diabetes.

  • Many scientists believe that green tea helps prevent the formation of blood clots and regulates blood pressure.

  • It can help reduce the amount of bad cholesterol.

  • Scientists believe that the powerful antioxidants contained in green tea help destroy bacteria that causes tooth decay.

  • Reduces anxiety and depression due to the inclusion of theanine, a substance that has a relaxing effect on those who consume it.

  • Inhibits the spread of diseases thanks to strong antibacterial agents.

  • Green tea contains elements that reduce inflammation and act as antioxidant protectants, so it is a powerful anti-aging compound.

  • It contains L-theanine which acts as a powerful conduit to brain function and energy.

  • Green tea slows the rate of cell growth so it has been known to help reduce the risk of getting breast, prostate, and colorectal cancers.

In addition to the impressive list of benefits above, green tea is being studied in relation to its effects on the brain and conditions related to old age. Conditions like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s Disease, and other neurodegenerative diseases are thought by many scientists to be slowed by the catechin compounds in green tea. It’s also believed that these same catechin compounds help prevent the growth of bacteria and viruses like streptococcus and others.

 

For people who are looking to get a daily energy boost with a supplement that helps promote bodily along with a number of conditions listed above, Aminocare’s A10 supplement line is made with a nutrient rich formula that contains not only green tea extract but an abundance of other power-packed goodies like lycopene, royal jelly, pomegranate extract and more. This product contains no gluten, corn, yeast, or daily products and is aimed at supporting cardiovascular help, metabolism, and wellness.

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