Populations such as Japan and China drink Green tea as a part
of a daily cultural habit. It is consumed for its pleasant
taste, its relaxing effect and its health giving properties.
Green Tea contains a wide array of phytochemicals including
but not limited to polyphenols, quercitin (a chemical that
exists in Ginko Biloba, Lapacho and OPCs), flavanoids such
as rutin, catechins (similar to one of the main compounds
in Cantron), lutein, lycopene, procyanidins and beta-carotene.
One of the active ingredients in Green Tea is a polyphenol-
epigallocatechin (EGCG) which is a potent anti-oxidant.
It also has an inhibitory effect on the enzyme
urokinase which can lead to abnormal cell function. Test have
shown that EGCG is able to penetrate the body’s cells
and shield DNA from potent free radicals.
Green Tea’s antioxidants have been shown to have a beneficial
effect on the heart as it may prevent the oxidation of LDL
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