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1. how healthy is high-dose green tea?
Green tea is very healthy for the human organism in high doses. Green tea contains a high proportion of polyphenols, which has a stimulating effect on the body and the psyche. Green tea contains essential secondary plant substances that have health-promoting effects on the human organism. Green tea has been valued as one of the most well-known medicinal plants for almost 5000 years. High doses of green tea are available in the form of food supplements.
2 What is green tea?
Green tea is known for its invigorating effect as the highest quality tea variety. Green and black tea come from the same tea plant Camellia sinensis. However, the two teas taste completely different. Green tea is practically considered the precursor of black tea. However, green tea is only heated after plucking and then dried immediately. Black tea, on the other hand, is plucked, wilted, rolled, sieved and then fermented. When green tea is processed, many polyphenols are retained in the leaves. These not only protect the human organism from free radicals, but can also protect it from diseases. These polyphenols are among the antioxidants.
3 Why is green tea so healthy?
Green tea is particularly rich in health-promoting substances. These include bitter substances such as catechins, which can protect the body from disease and help you lose weight. The caffeine contained in green tea makes the body feel fit and alert. Fatigue can even be temporarily suppressed. Green tea boosts performance and fat burning. This is due to the fact that green tea boosts the metabolism, the human organism has to work harder and therefore the fat burning process is more active. Furthermore, green tea can reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Due to the numerous antioxidants in green tea, damage can be repaired more quickly. Furthermore, green tea has a prophylactic effect on the vessels and vessel walls in the human body. Green tea can help you lose weight very well, as green tea boosts the metabolism.
4. green tea as a food supplement
Green tea is available in the form of dietary supplements. It is offered in the form of green tea capsules and green tea tablets. Both forms are easy to handle and get into circulation quickly. However, green tea tablets are sold in pharmacies, which in many cases have been produced with artificial additives or abroad.
Green tea capsules often contain only the active ingredient in a plant-based cellulose shell and can therefore be produced without fillers. The most natural way to absorb green tea is to brew green tea freshly. However, dietary supplements have the advantage that they are much more highly 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 (e.g. water or juice). It makes no difference 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 before taking the supplements. In general, you should always make sure that the product was produced in Germany in order to guarantee a consistently high quality of the preparation. If you buy a preparation from Germany, you can be sure that the product was also produced safely and is of high quality.
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5. conclusion: green tea in high doses
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