An ancient Chinese proverb “ better to be deprived of food for three days, than tea for one,” indicates just how strongly they relied on Green Tea and its effects.
Years later and the West have cottoned on to the curative abilities of Green Tea after much research and evidence has highlighted it’s numerous benefits.
Studies have found that regular consumption can aid cholesterol, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis and liver disease by ether slowing or preventing the onset.
More recently studies have revealed that green tea may hold cancer fighting properties, doing so by lowering the rate of gastric, esophageal and mouth cancers. Researchers also reported that Taiwanese smokers who consumed one cup of green tea per day significantly reduced their chances of developing lung cancer.
For more information on the study investigating the effects of green tea on cancer reduction please view the original article here.