Green tea, the elixir of life

Green tea is often referred to as the elixir of life.

It surprised us the incredible health benefits of EGCG and other green tea antioxidants to learn excellent source of vitamins and minerals.

Green tea diet

Vitamins

Vitamins are essential nutrients that our body to survive needs and not independently provided. Vitamin deficiency can cause a variety of disorders, so it is important, to ensure that you get enough.

Green tea is known for, that more vitamins in higher concentrations than other foods.

Many types of oolong and black tea contain few vitamins, vitamin C and other vitamins, lost during the production process.

Vitamin C

Also known as Ascorbic acid, vitamin an antioxidant, which helps in the formation of collagen, helps C to build the body, repair and maintain blood vessels, scar tissue and cartilage.

Call pirates getting each other “Scurvy”?

Scurvy is a disease caused by severe vitamin C deficiency in fact. It was common among old-time sailors on long sea voyages.

Green tea would have helped!

Green tea may contain 1.5 times more vitamin C than red peppers, which have one of the highest concentration among vegetables.

Vitamin B2

Also known as riboflavin, vitamin B2 is essential for energy convert to and for the formation of red blood cells.

100 Grams of Sencha green tea contains 1.4 mg vitamin B2, more than 4 times, parsley, spinach and Jew have the bone marrow, the some of the highest concentrations among foods.

Vitamin B3

Also called niacin, vitamin B3 is necessary for the conversion of food into energy and helps improve cholesterol levels.

Folic acid

Folic acid is an important part of prenatal vitamins and prevents birth defects.

In adults, folic acid is crucial for the development of red blood cells. Deficiency can lead to anemia.

However, if you are pregnant, talk about you please drink green tea with there are known side effects to your doctor.

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Green tea contains more than 5 times the folic acid of spinach or parsley, and around the same amount as dried seaweed, has one of the highest concentrations of food.

Beta carotene

My grandmother used to say, “Your carrots to eat, they help you to see at night”.

As it turns out, beta carotene, the nutrient is, the carrots orange, is a powerful antioxidant, it actually helps you see in the dark.

Beta carotene is found in particularly high quantities in Matcha, contains 5 times as much as carrots!

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is an important antioxidant that works to protect your cells, especially fat cells from free radicals.

Sencha contains about 32 times E found in spinach and about 2 times the chili peppers found the vitamin.

Hardly a food have it in higher concentrations.

Although it is present in all green tea, it will not dissolve in water, so Matcha powder is the only type of tea, providing vitamin E you can actually use.

Minerals

Trace minerals are needed only in small quantities, but that does not mean that they should be ignored. They are essential for many different bodily functions.

Tea contains about 5-7% minerals, especially potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and small amounts of manganese, zinc and copper.

Manganese

This mineral is important for metabolism, healthy joints, and maintaining normal blood sugar levels.

Green tea is one of the best sources of manganese.

Potassium

Important for maintaining a regular heartbeat.

Fluoride

Promotes a healthy smile through the voids to prevent.

Magnesium

This mineral is necessary for life and is found in every cell in your body.

Calcium

Calcium helps build strong bones.

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Saponins

Saponins are found in all teas and the froth in teas like