The Amazing Green Tea

Green tea is the best source of starting a day with as it is rich in antioxidants.

In 100 ml of the tea  it has only 1 calorie which is way better than any other

having a Masala tea in the morning.

It has 99.9% of water per 100 ml and 12 mg of caffeine,rest is the minerals and

vitamins in it.

It has zero fats and carbs but 0.2 grams if proteins, which makes it more healthier

option again to start a day with.

Once you have it , it makes you feel lighter like you had nothing.

It also makes you eat less as well.

Health Tips

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Health Benefits of Green Tea

  • Reduces risk of stroke
  • Helps in weight loss
  • lowers blood pressure
  • Lowers Ldl and total cholesterol in the blood concentration
  • Reduces the risk of death from any cause
  • Removes Toxins from the body

So we should start having this tea instead of masala tea as it has loads of benefits in

improving your health.

Nutritional Facts of Green Tea

The nutritional value of green tea and highly debated, but many experts agreed that the nutritional benefits of this tea is really incredible. Here is some interesting nutritional information about this tea:

  • It is a hydrating calorie-free beverage whose consumption is recommended up to eight cups per day.
  • A cup of this tea is 99.5% water. Tea is second only to water as an ideal beverage choice for body hydration.
  • So don’t forget that a key ingredient of tea is water; the better the water, the better the tea.
  • It is an exceptionally good source of antioxidants and alkaloids.
  • It is believed that there are no calories in green tea without any additives or sweeteners. But all teas and coffees contain some calories – but very few.
  • It contains various vitamins like A, D, E, C, B, B5, H and K.
  • It is a rich source of Manganese and has many other beneficial minerals as Zinc, Chromium and Selenium.
  • The most important active component in green tea epigallocatechin-3-gallate(EGCG) is many times a more powerful antioxidant than vitamin C or vitamin E.
  • It contains caffeine, but the caffeine content of green tea is very low compared to other sources of caffeine.