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Green tea, which is made from Camellia sinensis leaves, is a tea that provides drinkers with many health benefits. Green tea is typically made by steeping the leaves or tea bag anywhere from 30 seconds to 3 minutes depending on the quality of the tea. Green tea is full of natural caffeine, antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients.

Green tea is known to lower cholesterol and even improve blood flow, ultimately helping to prevent heart related issues like heart attacks, heart failure and high blood pressure. It can also help regulate blood sugar levels in people with diabetes, and improve brain function.

Green tea can also assist in weight loss and anti-aging. A cup of tea can help boost your metabolism, increase blood flow, and increase your energy levels to help you get moving and lose weight. The same cup is also full of antioxidants which will help fight off free radicals and slow the aging process to help keep you looking and feeling young.

Drinking green tea regularly can also help boost your immune system as well as detoxify your body. Green tea can help fight off bacterial and viral infections, preventing issues and diseases including bad breath and tooth decay, dysentery, diarrhea and indigestion, the flu, a common cold, and colitis.

Drink a cup or two of green tea each day to see the amazing health benefits it can provide. Eating a healthy well rounded diet can give you energy, help keep your immune system running properly, keep your body in shape and fit and give you a better feeling of overall well-being. At Physicians Age Management Centers we want to help you live a healthy life. It's what we do, every day, and our specialty. We offer treatments for weight loss, and we can help you start a nutrition or supplementation plan. Take our weight loss test to get started or request a free consultation today.

 


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