The average tea leaf contains as much as 30 per cent antioxidant polyphenols, which help protect against heart disease and cancer and are anti-inflammatory, benefitting joints. Tea also contains beta-carotene, vitamins B2, C, D, and K, and potassium. Even the caffeine in tea, when taken in moderation, has health benefits: it helps boost metabolism, burn fat, and acts as a mild diuretic.
What is Green Tea good for?
Its powerful antioxidant catechins and theaflavins are antibacterial and antiviral. Studies show they can be effective against the flu virus and common causes of bacterial diarrhoea. The catechins in green tea may also have anti-allergy properties, and there is some evidence they can help reduce symptoms of eczema.
Moderate consumption of green tea lowers “unhealthy” (LDL) cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke.
A regular intake of green tea can protect against breast cancer, while tests suggest green tea helps prevent cancer cells forming and will even kill bone, lung, stomach, and prostate cancer cells. The catechin epigallcatechin-3gallate (EGGG) in green tea binds to certain carcinogens and helps remove them from the body.
Green tea polyphenols can prevent the breakdown of collagen and cartilage, so are a useful potential treatment for arthritis.
How to Make GreenTea:
Use 1 bag in 200-250ml of freshly boiled water 70-80 oC.
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This product has been actively sourced as GMO-free.
100% natural ingredients, containing no artificial flavours, preservatives or colouring.
Storage: Store in a cool dry place.
Ingredients: Organic Green Tea.
Country of Origin: India.