You certainly must have heard about the benefits of green tea to our health, haven’t you?
Even on our channel, we have talked many times about it.
Green tea got known in our culture as a powerful metabolism booster, but the truth is that this tea has many other benefits to our body.
Made from the leaves of Camellia sinensis, an Oriental herb, green tea is rich in caffeine.
That’s why it is used to accelerate the metabolism and improve brain function, increasing productivity and energy levels.
It is also good for heart health, reducing the levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) and helping reduce sugar levels.
Green tea is a big help for diabetics. And, if that wasn’t enough, it also contributes to digestion and maintenance of a strong bone structure.
However, despite these benefits, green tea can also cause adverse effects on the body.
If you suffer from any of these health issues, talk to a doctor before taking supplements or drinking green tea.
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