Intended Benefits of Green Tea

Mira Pawar By Mira Pawar, 15th Dec 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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There is extensive research being performed on the benefits of green tea and soon it might be an answer to inflammatory diseases like arthritis and many other illness. Green Tea might be helpful in reducing inflammation and slowing cartilage breakdown.

A General Belief and Research on Green Tea

Most people, who drink green tea, do it for a simple reason and that is to loose weight and cut down on fat but as per the clinical studies done by various institutions worldwide, it is now believed to be helpful in Dental Care and Tooth Decay as well besides treating Diabetes and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Syndrome (IBDS).
There is more research being performed on the benefits of green tea and soon it might be an answer to inflammatory diseases like arthritis. Green Tea might be helpful in reducing inflammation and slowing cartilage breakdown. Another problem the chemicals found in green tea might be able to effective in treating genital warts.

Green Tea to Treat Diabetes and Liver Disorders

In diabetic condition, green tea is used to control blood sugar. It is believed that drinking green tea may prevent the development of type 1 diabetes because type 1 diabetic patients produce little or no insulin, a hormone that converts starch, sugar and food into energy needed in the body. Green Tea might help in regulating this deficiency.

Some research has also proved to have treated liver disorders through consuming ten cups of green tea daily. It is also believed that green tea protects the liver from toxic substances like alcohol etc. A chemical called catechin found in green tea may also help in treating inflammation of the liver from a virus.

Green Tea Reduces Inflamation and Boosts Metabolism

Ongoing Research also believes that Green Tea might be able to help in reducing inflammation related to Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative colitis which are two kinds of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. People suffering from IBDS are at a risk of colon cancer and if green tea proves to be helpful, colon cancer will surely be prevented.

Green Tea however is believed to boost metabolism and help burn fat. In a research study, it has been found that a combination of green tea and caffeine helps in losing weight and maintaining weight in average obese people. Catechin is again the chemical here which aids green tea in fat-burning process.

Once the research study is complete, green tea will bring relief to many ailments. The herb is at present is being examined all over the world for authenticated results and hopefully will confirm its credibility very soon.

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Green Tea, Green Tea To Great Warts, Green Tea To Treat Arthritis, Green Tea To Treat Liver Disorder, Green Tea To Treat Type 1 Diabetes

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I completed my journalism from ICS, Scranton in the year 1996 and specialise indoing feature stories

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author avatar Denise O
15th Dec 2010 (#)

Good info. I don't drink green tea for weight loss. You're so right, it has more benefits than just that.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Mira Pawar
16th Dec 2010 (#)

Thanks for appreciating Denise!

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author avatar hieroglyph
16th Dec 2010 (#)

Interestingly healthy!

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author avatar Mira Pawar
16th Dec 2010 (#)

Thank you hieroglyph! Are u reading my stories for the first time? I will follow your work too and comment.

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author avatar hieroglyph
16th Dec 2010 (#)

Yes, first time! But this doesn't mean I'll end reading at first... Surely I would love to read more of your masterpieces! Thanks as well Mira!

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author avatar Mira Pawar
17th Dec 2010 (#)

I a honoured hyeroglyph! Thank you very much.

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author avatar angelnjuly
5th Jan 2011 (#)

I love green tea. Nice write. I'm now following you~

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author avatar Mira Pawar
6th Jan 2011 (#)

Thanks a lot for following me...i will do the same.

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author avatar Greenfaol
10th Jan 2011 (#)

Wonderful article. As a diabetic, I find this really useful Will let my mother know too, as she has arthritis. Thanks for this useful article.

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author avatar Mira Pawar
11th Jan 2011 (#)

Thanks a lot! I am glad my article was useful to you........

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