The Benefits of Green Tea – Superfood

Aug 12, 2013 by

Benefits To Green Tea



Hi Tea Party Girl Lovers-

Are there benefits to green tea?  If so, what are they and how can we incorporate any green tea benefits into our daily lives?  You may have heard that green tea is known as a super food and that it is highly recommended by people like Dr. Oz. but why should we drink it?  In this posting I have included both videos and and article on the 7 reasons you should be enjoy the benefits to green tea.  If you are ready to “develop a green lifestyle” this article is an easy place to start.

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7 Amazing Benefits of Green Tea by Emmy Bill

The health benefits of green tea are vast! This healthy, warm or cold beverage contains a number of antioxidants that protect your body from disease. So how exactly are you treating your body well by making this drink a part of your day? Read on to find out.

1) Heart Healthy

Keeping green tea a regular part of your diet may protect against coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis, high triglycerides and hypertension; all are problems that could eventually lead to a heart attack. It is also known that this type of tea acts as a blood thinner, reducing risk for stroke and brain damage, may help speed recovery from a heart attack and can also help decrease cholesterol levels in the blood.

2) Decreases Cancer Risk

Because this tea has such high antioxidant content, it may protect against some cancers. Certain substances in the beverage may prevent the formation of new blood vessels that feed tumors. Cancers that it has shown to be protective against include: prostate, pancreatic, lung, ovarian, breast and bladder cancers.

3) Prevents Diabetes

Those who consume green tea have a lower risk for developing type 1 diabetes due to green tea’s bility to control blood sugar levels.

4) Good for Your Teeth

Green tea acts as an antibacterial and contains fluoride; both characteristics that help prevent gum disease and cavities.

5) Aids in Weight Loss

It is known that certain compounds in this type of tea may increase metabolism, burn fat more efficiently and also help with hydration which is a factor that contributes to successful weight loss.

6) Keeps the Brain Healthy

Consuming green tea regularly may reduce your risk for Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, dementia and other cognitive issues as you age. This is due to the antioxidant properties of the tea that attack free radicals and keep cells functioning at an optimal rate.

7) Fights Bacteria and Viruses

Some research shows that drinking green tea may help prevent and/or speed recovery from illnesses like influenza.

So as you can see the health benefits of this little leaf are great and should give you more than enough reason to start drinking a nice warm or cold cup today to take advantage of green tea benefits. It can be used as a replacement for sugary drinks that you consume to keep yourself awake during the day such as soda, coffee and energy drinks. You should look for the all-natural kind that doesn’t contain any added sugar or preservatives to keep the health benefits high.

“So as you can see the health benefits of this little leaf are great and should give you more than enough reason to start drinking a nice warm or cold cup today to take advantage of green tea benefits.” wants to help you live life to the fullest! Stop by our health blog for tips, stories and information on all things YOUR health. Shop our site for low cost, innovative health supplements that will enhance your mind and body.

Dawnya Sasse is the Tea Party Girl.  In 1997 she began combining her passion for afternoon tea and entrepreneurial adventure.  The result was 2 successful tea rooms and an online tea business training school   Dawnya offers a huge variety of tea education resources perfect for the tea lover, hobbiest and those who want to start a tea career.


  1. Keep calm and drink tea – perfect motto.
    Green tea is good everything, but i don’t like that taste this bitterness.

    • Hi Donald-
      If your green tea tastes bitter be sure to check the temperature you are brewing it at.
      Green tea is brewed at a much lower temperature and for a much shorter time.

      Thanks for your comment!

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