Risk it All or Benefit the Fall
Green Tea Health Benefits
Recently, everyday people across the US have been drinking Green Tea for health benefits; weather it is to improve where they stand with their health or to simply stay healthy.
To begin with, let us start with some of the risks that come with drinking green tea, after that we can move to the good part about it, which are the benefits. Starting with the risks may be an easier way for someone who is thinking about drinking green tea to rethink about it if any of the risks apply to them. Not saying throw the idea of green tea out completely, but for personal reasons you should always talk to your doctor before making decisions that deal with your health. As Bryan Walsh writes in his post “There is no one food that is good for everyone.” In his post, Walsh talks about the health risks that one may come across when taking green tea. Trying to summarize the risks, he talks about, simply did not capture all the information that Walsh was explaining. He explained it in such a way that I was unable to it put into words, although, he did give easy to follow diagrams, and real life examples. One thing that did come to my understanding was when he stated “Green tea has a proven track record of benefits for the average person and, if you do not have an autoimmune condition, it seems wise to include green tea into your diet,” He also said that if you have been diagnosed with an autoimmune condition, green tea may not be the best idea.
Health risks might apply to some but if you are able to take green tea image all the health benefits you can receive form it.
- Green Tea Contains Various Bioactive Compounds That Can Improve Health
- Compounds in Green Tea Can Improve Brain Function and Make You Smarter
- Green Tea Increases Fat Burning and Improves Physical Performance Antioxidants in Green Tea May Lower your Risk of Various Types of Cancer
- Green Tea May Protect Your Brain in Old Age, Lowering Your Risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
- Green Tea Can Kill Bacteria, Which Improves Dental Health and Lower Your Risk of Infection.
- Green Tea May Lower Your Risk of Type || Diabetes
- Green Tea May Reduce Your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
- Green Tea Can Help You Lose Weight and Lower Your Risk of Becoming Obese
- Green Tea May Decrease Your Risk of Dying and Help You Live Longer
Described with more professional terms, these are just a few of the many ways that Green Tea can benefit you.
Finally, weight loss can contribute to the emotional impact that some may be looking forward to, if their goal is to lose weight. This being said Green tea is said to be a great way to help one through a weight lose journey, of course this means with the right exercise, along with the right tea, the correct food plan, and consistency you might be able to see results that you like. If you want to test some of these theories, you might want to consult your doctor first and see if green tea is right for you. What do you say are you up for the challenge?
James, Deaqon. 3 REASONS WHY YOU’RE NOT LOSING FAT. 2014. Luxurystnd.com. Web. 8 April. 2015.
Walsh, Bryan. Green tea health risks: Could green tea actually be bad for you?. Precisionnutrition.com. Web. 8 April. 2015.
Gunnars, Kris. 10 Proven Benefits of Green Tea (No. 3 is Very Impressive). 2015. authoritynutrition.com. Web. 8 April. 2015.