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  1. History of Green Tea in Indigestion Remedies

    History of Green Tea in Indigestion Remedies
    Can you guess what the second most consumed beverage on the planet is, after water? Surprisingly, it’s not cola but green tea! It is widely consumed in Japan and China as part of their traditional culture and is used in natural indigestion remedies. Green tea has a long history, going back almost 5,000 years. In 2,737 BC, Chinese Emperor Shennong...
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  2. Green Tea: A Promising Anti-Cancer Superfood

    Green Tea: A Promising Anti-Cancer Superfood
    For centuries, green tea has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat everything from headaches to depression.  Depending on how it’s made, tea can either be green, black or Oolong, all of which are harvested from the leaves and buds of the same plant, Camellia sinensis. Differences in production methods change each tea’s chemical composition and oxidation levels, which is...
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  3. Green Tea Extract May Help Offset Fatigue for Workaholics

    Green Tea Extract May Help Offset Fatigue for Workaholics
    The health benefits of green tea are becoming more widely accepted among medical experts, and as a result the marketplace is booming with green tea products. This antioxidant-rich nutrient has shown promise for its positive effects on heart disease, cancer, weight loss, Alzheimer's disease, and for boosting the immune system. Now research from Japan suggests that supplements of EGCg, a...
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