Drink green tea to keep diabetes at bay, weight loss, dental health

25-06-2022 Sat 18:31
Drink green tea to keep diabetes at bay, weight loss, dental health

Hyderabad:  Green tea works best in weight loss. Nutritionists and doctors say that green tea is a must when it comes to the word "diet". Green tea made from the 'Camellia Sinensis' plant gets its name from its green color. Let's find out how much green tea, known as the powerhouse of antioxidants, really helps in weight loss?

To lose weight
Green‌ tea is indirectly used for weight loss. This is because drinking hot liquid reduces the urge to eat. While honey should not be added too much to green tea and it is not good to drink too much green tea whether it is good or bad because it can cause side effects.

Green tea to control diabetes!
Research shows that green tea increases insulin sensitivity. These studies show that they reduce the risk of developing type II diabetes.

For dental health
Green tea works well for dental health. The antioxidants in green tea destroy the bacteria that cause bad breath, tooth decay and various gum diseases. Green tea is also known to reduce the risk of oral cancer.


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