Green tea's great. But lots of other things are better for the heart. Instead of drinking tea, try to focus on a healthy weight, regular physical activity and a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Nothing wrong with green tea, but it won't help as much as being a normal weight and getting regular exercise!
Not always good. Green tea often contains cafiene and this can cause your heart to race and your blood pressure to rise. Check with your dr before taking any suplement. Even " natural" remedies have side effects.
Overhyped. Green tea is the latest in a long line of overhyped nutritional products. Claims include weight loss, better health, longer life, better endurance. Do not believe the hype. Yes green tea contains some anti-oxidants and phytonutrients, but it still contains caffiene which is a stimulant and has duiretic properties. Too much green tea is not good for you.
Green, red ; white. Teas. The linus pauling institute reported a study that suggest extracts from green tea can act as a plant-based alternative for glycemic control. A japanese study showed reduced rate of deaths from heart disease with use of green tea.
Green tea:Heart. Yes! In dec 2012 Harvard Health Published that recent studies show green tea can lower LDL chol and Triglycerides which leads to reduced death from heart attack and stroke! . But the more you drink the better protection!
Yes. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols. Studies show that polyphenols in green tea have anti-carcinogenic effect & lead to a reduced heart disease death rate.
No. Green tea has no ill heart effects and is generally thought of as a "healthy" tea. Tea does contain caffeine that can speed your heart rate up if you drink large quantities.
Good for the heart. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols. Studies show that polyphenols in green tea have anti-carcinogenic effect & lead to a reduced heart disease death rate.
Green Tea. Green tea is an excellent drink to maintain opimal health but there is no gurantee that it will reduce the incidents of heart attacks. Aerobic exercise, plant based diet, proper sleep, reduced stress and calm emotions will likely be your best plan. Best wishes.
What are the best foods I can include into my diet to avoid cancer & heart disease? I already eat kale & broccoli everyday & drink white and green tea
Please see books by. Clinical nutritionist Patrick Quillan, PhD. He researches diet and cancer. Peace and good health. Ask your doc to check your vitamin D3 level.