!Prof Two Packs 200g !Prof Green Tea
- Kidney cleanser.
- Immunity Boost.
- Weight Management.
- Blood Cleanser and Anti-cancer.
- Cholesterol Reduction
200g !Prof Green Tea
Green tea is a type of tea that is made from Camellia sinensis leaves and buds that have not undergone the same withering and oxidation process. Green tea is consumed by mouth to improve thinking and mental alertness. It is also consumed for depression, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), inflammatory bowel disease, and weight loss. It also treats stomach disorders, vomiting, diarrhea, headaches, and osteoporosis (bone loss).
Green Tea Nutrition Facts
Along with caffeine, which gives green tea its characteristic taste, bitterness, and stimulating effect, green tea is also rich in a group of chemicals, called polyphenols. These polyphenols include flavonols, flavonoids, and phenolic acids. Tannins are also a type of polyphenol that contributes to the bitter taste and astringency in tea. The major polyphenols of green tea include flavonoids known as catechins, such as epicatechin, epicatechin 3 gallate (ECG), and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). These flavonoids are very powerful antioxidants and together with some amino acids like thiamine, are responsible for the potent flavor of green tea.
Furthermore, green tea also contains amino acids such as theanine, tyrosine, and leucine, xanthine alkaloids such as adenine, dimethylxanthine, theobromine, theophylline, and xanthine; carbohydrates such as pectin (also found in fruits), along with glucose, sucrose, and fructose; pigments such as chlorophyll, and triterpene saponins. Vitamins, like vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C, and E are also found in green tea.
Incredible Green Tea Benefits
Delays Aging: Antioxidant-rich green tea neutralizes the oxidants or free radicals present in the body. The catechin polyphenols present in it are hugely responsible for its antioxidizing effects, the most powerful among them being the epigallocatechin gallate. Therefore, regular consumption of this tea can effectively delay the signs and symptoms of aging.
Has a Stimulating Effect: The caffeine and tannins present in the tea leaves. Caffeine and tannins, despite their potentially adverse effects on health, in the long run, act as very powerful stimulants. That is why a cup of tea makes you feel fresh and highly energized. Tea is an easy and ideal solution to counter fatigue, laziness, sleepiness, and lack of energy, and to improve blood circulation.
Boosts Immunity: The catechins, present in green tea, prevent bacteria and viruses from attaching themselves to cell walls to infect them. These catechins also counter the toxins released by microbes. This antimicrobial property also protects you from bad breath, dysentery, diarrhea, tooth decay, indigestion, flu, cough, and cold, and colitis, all of which are caused by the microbial and fungal action.
Astringency: Astringent substances trigger contractions in muscles and tissues while toning up muscles and skin. Even if you do not wish to drink this tea, a simple, daily mouthwash with it can cause sufficient contraction in your gums to keep them firm and tight on the teeth, thus preventing loosening and loss of teeth. You can also wash your hair with green tea and feel it grow stronger and healthier every day.
Anticancer Potential: Green tea is rich in polyphenols such as epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) that help in eliminating free radicals and may induce cell death or apoptosis in cancerous cells.
Apart from causing premature aging, free radicals are also responsible for causing certain types of cancer. The catechins present in green tea may help neutralize these free radicals, prevent the formation of carcinogens like nitrosamines and reduce the risk of cancer.
Reduces Cholesterol Levels: It reduces LDL cholesterol (low- density lipoprotein or bad cholesterol) concentrations. Green tea is effective in reducing cholesterol levels to some extent, probably due to its alkalinity.
Improves Cardiac & Arterial Health: Certain components in green tea can also lower blood pressure reducing the risk of stroke and coronary heart disease. Green tea increases the antioxidant capacity of the blood exponentially, which prevents the LDL particles from oxidation (one of the reasons that cause heart disease).
Controls Diabetes: The alkaline nature of green tea helps reduce the blood glucose level. Moreover, the antioxidant and astringent qualities of green tea ensure good health and better functioning of the pancreas. Improving the function of the pancreas means a more efficient and regulated secretion of insulin and the subsequent improvement in decomposing and absorbing sugar. This increase in effective functions can help prevent the onset of diabetes.
Weight Loss: Green tea also helps people lose weight by enhancing the rate of metabolism, thereby promoting a faster consumption of the fat storage of the body.
Boosts Stamina & Endurance: Just have a cup of hot green tea after some vigorous exercise and you will be ready for a few more sets in no time. Furthermore, it effectively counters muscular pain due to overexertion of muscles.
Detoxifies the Body: Green tea is the best cure for particularly savage hangovers and fatigue caused by the consumption of alcoholic beverages and lack of sleep. Start your hangover with a large cup of green tea with lemon, and the hangover will quickly fade to bad memory. Green tea with lemon juice is a very good and popular remedy to eliminate the exhausting effects of alcohol almost instantly.