Disorders Hypertension, digestive disorders Diseases Beneficial Obesity, overweight, fatigue due to a slimming diet, activated weight loss and especially thermogenesis, slimming and slimming diet, localized fats, cancers, cardiovascular diseases Green tea.
Green tea description The tea plant is a shrub that measures two meters in cultivation or less to facilitate the harvesting of leaves, but in the wild, it can easily reach more than ten meters. This shrub has an evergreen, deciduous foliage and a length that varies between five to ten centimeters of a dark green hue. The flowers of the tea plant are white and give off a very strong fragrance. It is from these leaves that we obtain green tea.
Green tea culture
The tea comes from the mountains of East Asia, China, Thailand and Myanmar, India and Japan, it has spread throughout Asia, but also in Africa and South America because it prefers hot, humid regions and acidic soils. To obtain green tea with all its therapeutic qualities, the leaves are picked young and not yet open, they are dried and rolled up while still hot in order to extract all the juices. It should be noted that to have black tea, it is then necessary to wait for the fermentation of these leaves.
Green tea its composition
Green tea includes over three hundred compounds, polyphenols and flavonoids with theflavin, tannins, and catechols including epicatechol and epigallatocatechol, as well as gallocatecol. It also contains xanthines and proanthocyanidols, such as theasinensine and also alkaloids including caffeine, theine, theophylline and theobromine. Green tea is also made up of carbohydrates, proteins and fats, and many minerals including manganese, potassium, magnesium, fluorine and zinc. Are associated in green tea, several vitamins that enhance its effectiveness with vitamins of group A, vitamin B1 and B2, vitamin B3 and B12, as well as vitamin C, E, K and PP .
Green tea and its medicinal virtues
Green tea is considered by our contemporaries to be a tasty elixir that stimulates, soothes and invigorates the whole organism. Several scientific studies have demonstrated the antioxidant action of green tea, indeed, it has been shown, all the benefit provided by this plant in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, hypertension disorders, in the reduction of the rate of blood cholesterol and triglycerides, and arteriosclerosis. Green tea has a role in the prevention of certain cancers, it was shown that one of its compounds has a powerful anti-inflammatory and antiproliferative action (action to prevent the proliferation of a phenomenon), it was even established by a recent study (2010) that it could be preventive in breast cancer (Canada) and in lung cancer. Its quality, the best known of green tea, is its slimming and toning action, it proves its effectiveness in overweight and obesity by stimulating lipolysis, as well as thermogenesis (mobilizes and evacuates excess fat). In addition, green tea limits and decreases the intestinal assimilation of fats and sugars absorbed and evacuates them more quickly. By its invigorating property, green tea is the ideal asset for losing weight without the temporary fatigue that usually accompanies these diets.
Green tea for other uses
Did you know that tea is the second drink consumed across the world, after water of course, and that nearly 700 billion cups are drunk per year on the planet. Green tea leaves are also consumed by the Chinese in their diet, they are first steamed, then scalded and pounded, all mixed with rice and milk.
Green tea heals.
Obesity, overweight, fatigue due to a slimming diet, activated weight loss and especially thermogenesis, slimming and slimming, localized fat, hypertension, digestive disorders, cancer, cardiovascular disease.