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Green Tea good for Type 1 and Type 2 DiabetesGreen tea has been in use forever in Japan. It is only recently that we started noticing its health effects. Green tea is a brewed drink from fresh tea leaves which are untreated.
Japanese names for the different varieties of tea are, Gyokura, Sencha, Matcha.
The green tea basically is best to be used just after brewing. The freshly brewed green tea contents 10 to 100 times more antioxidants.
These antioxidants help prevent growth of radicals which prevent body insulin from growing, and thus cause diabetes. Insulin is the hormone which helps in conversion of sugar into starch and then into energy. Effectiveness of the drink depends up on the type of diabetes. It gives better results when the diabetes is of Type 1 or Type 2. The curing is
better because it helps in controlling your weight.
It has been advised that that the brewed drink can be taken 4 to 5 times a, each
time around 100 Ml. this would be good for controlling diabetes. It is known to be a good diabetes cure and helps controlling diabetes to quite some extent.
It also contents vitamin D which takes care of excessive malfunctioning. The basic compounds of Green Tea are EGCG. The green tea extracts are concentration of E G C G. These green tea extracts will be available to you at any stores. You will find these available in form of capsules for regular consumption.
The green tea extracts contents caffeine which improves mental alertness. The green tea extracts also help in memory enhancement; this is especially useful for people facing memory loss due to high amount of stress or anxiety or aging. Regular consumption of these capsules will help you, if taken under proper guidance of a medical practitioner on a regular basis will help you to a lot of extent.
The green tea is herb which has many benefits over many diseases. The benefits are far more; therefore you can consume tea in healthy proportions so that you are protected against toxins and diabetes. If you do not have access to green tea, you can use green tea extracts to gain the same health benefits which green tea would provide. However, since green tea has become famous, this is available more commonly that it was ever before.
|Submitted on January 16, 2014|