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Particularly, the researchers examined the serum lipid concentrations of more than 1300 men who expe
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  The Many Benefits of Green Tea Extract Particularly, the researchers examined the serum lipid concentrations of more than 1300 men whoexperienced retirement health examinations in the Self-Defense Forces Fukuoka Hospital between1986 and 1988 and the correlation.In recent years, much attention has beenfocused on the consequences of diet andexercise as well as blood fats on theirconsistency.Scientists have found that green tea seemsto protect against oxygen-induced damageto unhealthy cholesterol. Drinking green teaalso appears to improve antioxidantprocesses.Effect on Blood Fats of Green TeaThe serum cholesterol levels appeared to also decrease for men who ate a lot of rice and soy beans,and grow for those that ate Western foods. However, correcting for all these added diet variants didnot seem to influence the correlation between green tea use and complete cholesterol levels.The researchers factored out variables like use of tobacco alcohol use, exercise levels, body massindex, and standing. They then found that the more green tea a patient drank, the lower his serumcholesterol levels.The analysis was published in a article entitled, Tea Eating and Serum Lipid Profiles: a CrossSectional Study in Northern Kyushu, Japan. The analysis demonstrated that theserum lipid profile improved byreducing total cholesterol, badcholesterol, and trans fats. Moreover,liver fat content decreased in rats thatreceived a lot of green tea.¬†Additionally, green tea may arouse theproduction of immune system cells.Because of this, it might help the bodyfight bacteria, resulting in improvedoverall health. In reality, one studyshowed that drinking ten or more cups  of green tea daily could improve blood test results, shielding the body.There have been some intriguing studies suggesting that green tea may work in the fight againsthigh cholesterol. Specifically, the drink reduces bad cholesterol and fosters good cholesterol,improving someone 's overall cholesterol profile.The polyphenols found in green tea might have some additional health effects that are positive. Forexample, a number of test tube and animal studies indicate that these chemicals may have asignificant anti cancer effect, especially or skin cancer cells. Green tea has also been linked to areduction in oral cancers and dental cavities.The IngredientsIt's been said that there's a clear link between diet and exercise and coronary heart disease. Hence,anything in the diet that enhances serum lipid profiles should reduce the prevalence of heartdifficulties. It's also known that green tea contains phytochemicals that work to reduce serumcholesterol as well as triglycerides.Green tea is actually made up of a number of fixings. These include oils, vitamins, minerals, andcaffeine. But the ingredients that are most important are the polyphenols, notably one called EGCG,which can be believed to enhance well-being. In reality, it's the polyphenols which make green tea somuch more efficient in fighting disease and sickness than other drinks.It was allegedly detected by a Chinese emperor some 40 centuries ago. However, what can it be thatmakes green tea so beneficial to human health?¬†Additional Evidence in the Animal KingdomMoreover, green tea appears to lower overall cholesterol levels, helping reduce one's risk. Likewise,green tea improves cardiovascular health by enhancing the consistency.
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