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Green Tea Anti-Aging Benefits

by Amelia Verona
(Manchester UK)

Green Tea. The Anti-Aging and Health Benefits

Green Tea. The Anti-Aging and Health Benefits

Green tea has been proven to have immense general essential health benefits like cutting down on cholesterol levels and shedding those unwanted pounds at a much faster rate, It can also be used topically to prevent skin irritation and help achieve a more radiant and healthy skin.

It has very powerful healing properties and is a vital ingredient in topical creams and serums that have been used to treat acne, aging skin and skin aggravation.

Green tea has been consumed in China for thousands of years. Over the time it has found its way to the rest of the world and has been accepted and recognized for the important role it plays in enhancing health and well-being

For those with skin inflammation, green tea has strong antibacterial properties which help in eliminating breakouts. Its trademark soothing action helps in combating pimple inflammation and minimizing the associated redness that comes along with it.

Research has furthermore shown that components found in it may help in restoring to healthy levels the unhealthy hormonal levels that lead to pimple inflammation flare-ups.

These exceptional components also help in battling free radicals that age and exasperate the skin. Green tea can, in like manner, help with dry, flaky, and obnoxious skin patches. Some have even used it to quiet Rosacea.

Much the same as in patching pimple inflammation, it has been shown to have an impact in several other areas. An uncommon tumor aversion operator, it wards off free radicals, sun damage and defilement.

Above all, it promotes collagen production that produces more younger and healthier looking skin.

Devouring foods such as wheat germ, beets, verdant green vegetables and asparagus and other green super foods like wheat grass and grain grass powders will also be of added benefit to your health.

Green Tea is an exceptional regulator "miracle" food. It helps to maintain healthy DNA and cell layer structural integrity. It is a constraining cell fortification that fights free radicals and protects the body from oxidative damage from free radicals.

Green tea has been shown to help in shedding fat around the midsection of the body - the "pot" and the "love handles," enhances cardiovascular health while also protecting the liver from damage and keeping it healthy.

To enjoy and reap the full benefits of green tea, drink no less than four mugs of green tea consistently on a daily basis. It this is not your thing, or is somehow impossible of difficult for you achieve, try a green tea uproot in pill or tincture form.

What are these components that give green tea its benefits? The health giving benefits of green tea come from a phytochemical of the polyphenol variety called epigallocatechin-3-gallate, or EGCG for short.

And as has been demonstrated above, green tea is very effective in preventing various diseases. It is also a very powerful cell fortifier and rejuvinator.


Firmer and softer skin

Elimination of hyper-pigmentation and age spots

Less lines and wrinkles

Reduced pore size

Skin hydration

Green teal also contains two stimulants (theobromine and theophylline) that may enhance its potency. It also contains the amino acid L-Theanine which soothes the nervous system and enhances concentration abilities.

Start your health development program today with sustenance. It is wise and will benefit your health in many ways.

Always remember that beauty begins with you. Seek an Ehic card today and be guaranteed of your skin's good condition.

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