Many people swear by the health and wellness benefits of green tea but many drink it without being clear about how green tea differs from other teas or what makes it a good beverage choice. So what is green tea and is it good for everyone or should some people avoid it?
What is green tea?
Green tea is a type of tea that is made from Camellia sinensis leaves and buds that have not been through the withering and oxidation process used to make oolong teas and black teas. Green tea originated in China, but its production and manufacture has spread to other countries in East Asia.
Here are 10 possible health benefits of green tea.
- Contains healthy bioactive compounds. ...
- May improve brain function. ...
- Increases fat burning. ...
- Antioxidants may lower the risk of some cancers. ...
- May protect the brain from aging. ...
- May reduce bad breath. ...
- May help prevent type 2 diabetes. ...
- May help prevent cardiovascular disease.
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Best Way to benefit from green tea.
Side effects and risks
- Caffeine sensitivity: People with severe caffeine sensitivities could experience sleep issues and insomnia, anxiety, irritability, nausea, or an upset stomach after drinking green tea.
- Liver damage: Consuming a high concentration of green tea extract may negatively impact liver health in rare cases.
- Other stimulants: If a person consumes green tea alongside stimulant drugs, it could increase their blood pressure and heart rate.
- Iron deficiency. ingredients in green tea can affect. iron absorption with food so those with iron deficiency, infants, young children, women who are pregnant or menstruating and individuals who have internal bleeding or are undergoing dialysis who are all at an increased risk of iron deficiency should consume with care and maybe check with a doctor before starting to drink green tea.
- Drug interactions. Green tea can interact with some medications, increasing side effects or decrease effectiveness especially drugs for anxiety, heart and blood pressure issues.
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