Health benefits of green tea

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    I am taking 2nd cup of Green tea right now for today

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    I like green tea and I'm glad that it's not only tasty, but healthy too.

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    A'm adore green tea drinking. I rather often drink it on an empty stomach. Is it good or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmerh View Post
    I like green tea and I'm glad that it's not only tasty, but healthy too.
    Emm....

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    Conscious people always try to drink at least 2 cups a day!

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    1. Green Tea Contains Various Bioactive Compounds That Can Improve Health
    2. Compounds in Green Tea Can Improve Brain Function and Make You Smarter
    3. Green Tea Increases Fat Burning and Improves Physical Performance
    4. Antioxidants in Green Tea May Lower Your Risk of Various Types of Cancer
    5. Green Tea May Protect Your Brain in Old Age, Lowering Your Risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
    6. Green Tea Can Kill Bacteria, Which Improves Dental Health and Lowers Your Risk of Infection
    7. Green Tea May Lower Your Risk of Type II Diabetes
    8. Green Tea May Reduce Your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
    9. Green Tea Can Help You Lose Weight and Lower Your Risk of Becoming Obese
    10. Green Tea May Decrease Your Risk of Dying and Help You Live Longer

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    There are little to no known side effects or contraindications to drinking green tea for adults. However, the following risks or complications should be made clear:

    Caffeine sensitivity - those with severe caffeine sensitivities could experience insomnia, anxiety, irritability, nausea, or upset stomach.

    Blood thinners - those taking blood thinners (anticoagulant drugs) such as Coumadin/warfarin should drink green tea with caution due to its vitamin K content. It's also recommended to avoid green tea and aspirin, because they both reduce the clotting effectiveness of platelets.

    Other stimulants - if taken with stimulant drugs, green tea could increase blood pressure and heart rate.

    Green tea supplements contain high levels of active substances that can trigger side effects and interact with other herbs, supplements, or medications.

    Green tea supplements are unregulated by the FDA and may also contain other substances unsafe for health or with unproven health benefits. Always check with a doctor before starting any herb or supplement regimen.

    In particular, pregnant or breastfeeding women, those with heart problems or high blood pressure, kidney or liver problems, stomach ulcers, or anxiety disorders should not take green tea supplements or extracts.

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