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1. the effect of green tea in the human organism
Green tea is one of the healthiest drinks in the world. Especially the invigorating effect due to the unique ingredients is highly appreciated by many people. This raises the question of what exactly green tea does in the human organism. Green tea is rich in healthy plant substances and can have a supporting effect against free radicals. In addition, due to its antioxidant properties, it can have a supportive effect on obesity. The caffeine found in green tea can suppress fatigue and increase concentration. In addition, regular consumption of green tea in combination with a healthy diet can greatly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
2. how is green tea produced?
In Asian cultures, green tea has been around for thousands of years. There it is not only considered a stimulant, but is also used in medicine. In the past, green tea was mainly cultivated in China. Nowadays, the tea plant has been successfully cultivated and is also grown in other countries. Thus, in addition to China, India, Japan and Taiwan are among the main processors of green tea. To grow green tea, you need an ideal breeding ground. High humidity is one of the most important requirements. The leaves of the plant are picked and steamed. Oxidation is prevented by the heat, so the color is preserved.
3. what is the difference between green and black tea?
Many people wonder what the difference between green and black tea actually is. Both types of tea come from the same plant. Green tea, unlike black tea, is not fermented. This means that with green tea, the leaves are only dried and stored. Black tea leaves are crushed with a machine and fermented in humid areas. Due to fermentation, the color of the leaves changes to black.
4. green tea in the form of food supplements
Green tea is available in the form of dietary supplements in the market. It comes in the form of green tea capsules and green tea tablets. Both forms are easy to use and enter the circulation quickly. However, green tea tablets are sold in pharmacies, which in many cases contain artificial additives or are made overseas. Green tea capsules often contain only the active ingredient in a vegetable cellulose shell and can therefore be produced without fillers. The most natural way to ingest green tea is, of course, to brew green tea fresh. However, supplements have the advantage of being much more concentrated than fresh tea. Furthermore, green tea capsules or green tea tablets are easier to take on the go.
Green tea capsules or green tea tablets should be taken with sufficient liquid (for example water or juice). It does not matter whether green tea is taken before or after a meal. However, if you have a sensitive stomach and cannot take green tea tablets or green tea capsules on an empty stomach, you should eat something beforehand and take the supplements afterwards. In general, it should always be ensured that the product was produced in Germany in order to guarantee a consistently high supplement quality. If you buy a preparation from Germany, you can be sure that the product has also been produced safely and is of high quality.
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5. conclusion: the effect of green tea in the human organism
Green tea contains many health-promoting substances, which not only strengthen the human body, but also make it stronger. The caffeine present in green tea keeps a person alert and makes him work with focus. Green tea can be taken in the form of green tea capsules, tablets or compressed tablets. As a natural option, one can infuse the tea leaves with hot water and drink it as tea.
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