13 benefits of green technology, properties (and how to consume it)
The green is a drink that is made from the fresh fruit of the plant Camellia sinensis. Green technology provides several benefits such as helping to prevent various types of cancer and the emergence of chronic diseases, in addition to favoring weight loss and improving physical and mental disposition.
The benefits of green tea are due to the fact that it is rich in phenolic compounds, catechins and flavonoids, in addition to containing caffeine, which act as antioxidants and hypoglycemic exercise, antiobesity, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, antimutagenic and stimulant.
This can be bought in supermarkets, natural stores or stores online in the form of soluble octopus, in pouches or in capsules.
The main benefits of green technology for the organism are:
1. Prevent various types of cancer
The regular consumption of green tea could prevent some types of cancer, mainly prostate, gastrointestinal, breast, lung, ovarian and bladder cancer, because it is rich in antioxidants that prevent cell damage produced by free radicals, preventing the growth of cancer cells, functioning as a chemopreventive.
In addition, the catechins present in large amounts in the green environment, strengthen the immune system, helping to prevent the formation of cancer cells.
2. Favor weight loss
Thanks to the fact that it contains several bioactive compounds such as caffeine, catechins and polyphenols, their regular consumption could help to promote weight loss and the reduction of abdominal circumference.
Some studies indicate that the green color helps to speed up the metabolism, helping the body to spend more energy. In addition, it also facilitates digestion, regulates the intestine and combats fluid retention. See other treatments with diuretic properties.
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3. Delay cell aging
The green hair provides a high amount of antioxidants that prevent the aging of the cells, as they fight free radicals, keeping the skin hydrated, with a healthy aspect and preventing the formation of wrinkles.
In addition, the catechins present in the green color help to reduce the production of advanced glycation products (AGEs), reducing inflammation and preventing skin flaccidity.
4. Prevent heart disease
Green tea helps regulate cholesterol levels, especially “bad” LDL cholesterol, thanks to its antioxidant power. In addition, it inhibits the formation of clots in the blood, reducing the risk of thrombosis, heart attacks and stroke.
5. Prevent colds and flu
This plant has antimicrobial properties that help fight bacteria and viruses, preventing the emergence of diseases such as colds, flu or influenza A and B.
6. Improve dental health
Due to its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, it could prevent the formation of caries and inflammation of the teeth, reducing the risk of suffering periodontitis. In addition to this, it also helps to control evil alienation.
7. Help regulate sugar levels
Due to the antioxidant action of catechins, it reduces oxidative stress and improves insulin resistance, regulating sugar levels, helping to prevent and treat diabetes.
8. Help regulate blood pressure
It is green in addition to being a diuretic, contains catechins, a bioactive compound with antioxidant properties that could help relax blood vessels and, consequently, regulate blood pressure.
Although it is believed that caffeine present in green tea can increase blood pressure, some studies    It has been shown that the catechins, which are present in large amounts in the drink, reduce inflammation, oxidation and improve blood circulation, helping to control high blood pressure.
Also, green tea contains 3 times less caffeine than coffee, which could be an excellent option to fight high blood pressure.
9. Prevent neurodegenerative diseases
The catechins and flavonoids present in green tissue play an important role in antioxidant activity, fighting free radicals in the brain and preventing some neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s.
In addition to this, the polyphenols present also help to improve memory and mobility in people who have these illnesses.
10. Could improve performance during exercise
According to some studies, the intake of green tea regularly helped to improve performance in resistance exercises; It is possible that the stimulation of the use of fats by the organism to generate energy and increase energy expenditure is possible.
11. Maintain intestinal health
The catechins present in the green body have antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory action that strengthen beneficial intestinal bacteria and fight bad bacteria, maintaining intestinal health and preventing the emergence of infections and inflammatory intestinal diseases.
In addition, it also contains caffeine, a bioactive compound that stimulates the natural movements of the intestine, facilitating the elimination of heces and helping to combat stress.
12. Improve mood and concentration
Green tea contains caffeine, a substance that improves the activity of the central nervous system, stimulating the release of serotonin and thus improving mood and general well being. See other foods that improve the mood.
In addition, the green té also increases the release of adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine in the body, hormones and neurotransmitters that increase the concentration and decrease the sweat.
13. Combats fluid retention
The main component of green tea is caffeine, which has diuretic properties that help combat fluid retention. In addition, it also has other minor components such as theobromine and theophylline that also help to stimulate diuresis, helping to reduce symptoms such as hypertension, for example.
It has antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, stimulant, antioxidant, hypoglycemic, anti-obesity, anti-cancer, digestive, lipid-lowering, diuretic and antiviral properties.
Green tea can be prepared alone or combined with lemon or mint, for example, this allows you to disguise the characteristic bitter taste of green tea, making it easier to drink throughout the day.
- 1 tablespoon of green tea;
- 1 cup of hervida water;
- Lemon medium yoke (optional).
Add the green tea towels to the hervida water, cover and leave to rest for 10 minutes. Paste, add the yoke of lemon and drink cold or hot.
To have all the benefits of green tea, take between 2 to 4 cups a day.
For people who suffer from hypertension, the recommendation is to drink a maximum of 3 cups of green tea per day.
It’s green should be drunk between meals because it can reduce the absorption of minerals such as hierro and calcium.
How to ingest green tea in capsules?
In the case of capsules, 1 capsule of green tea should be taken 30 minutes after meals, 2 or 3 times a day or as directed by your doctor or nutritionist.
What time should you take the green tea?
Green tea because it contains caffeine should be ingested preferably in the mornings and maximum up to 6 hours before going to bed, thus avoiding any impact on the skin.
It is important to consume the recommended amount of green tea daily, because in excess it can cause insomnia, irritability, nausea, acidity, vomiting, tachycardia and increased heart rate.
Furthermore, it could interfere with the absorption of iron and calcium, and rarely, could cause liver poisoning.
It’s green should be ingested with precaution in people who have thyroid problems, as some studies indicate that it could change its functioning, so it’s important to consult your treating doctor.
People who suffer from insomnia should avoid it because it contains caffeine, which is a stimulant substance that can interfere with their sleep.
Embarazadas women who are breastfeeding in the deben consume the green té. This tea should also be consumed by people with kidney or liver problems, anemia, gastric ulcers and gastritis.
In addition, green tea can interfere with the action of some medications such as anticoagulants, drugs for high blood pressure and high cholesterol, if the consumption of green tea is necessary under the guidance of your treating physician.
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