Green tea's ability to boost vitality, decrease inflammation, improve brain function and block cancer causing free radicals has been studied for decades, making green tea a proven superfood like blueberries, kale and the recently "discovered" acai berry. Minimally processed and harvested while young, green tea is one of the purest types of tea.
Originating in China from the Camellia Sinensis plant, green tea offers a broad range of health benefits not found in other teas. The essential cell support in green tea is EGCG or epigallocatechin gallate. This polyphenol is a amongst the most powerful antioxidants discovered and is critical for maintaining cholesterol level, allowing the body to break down LDL before blockages can be formed, which can trigger heart attacks and strokes.
In addition its detoxifying effects, green tea bolsters the digestion system helping to burn calories faster, which in turn generates more energy - helping tea drinkers loose excess fat and decrease weight. For health conscious people around the the world, green tea is an integral part of their daily routine. It's light and earthy taste makes it an easy addition to any health regiment and for many, the act of making and drinking tea has become a welcomed moment of solace in the anxiety filled chaos of modern life.
Don’t think of tea as immediately removing something bad. Think of it as moderately adding something good.