Japan: Another feature of green tea is that it has increased the age of rats and has also played an important role in preventing aging in them.
A research report published in the scientific journal Aging USA states that green tea contains natural phenols and antioxidants, which have been shown to increase the agility, agility and age of mice. This chemical is called catechins.
The above ingredient improves mitochondrial respiration, dissolves fats and has a positive effect on life. Thus, continued use of catechins improves blood pressure, reduces weight, and can reduce the risk of diabetes (type 2).
Green tea contains magical ingredients called polyphenols, including epigallocatechin gel, epicetchin gel, epicatechin, and others, which together contain 30 to 42% of the solid powder.
However, research shows that the effects of certain types of polyphenols are minimal once they enter the complex human body. For the benefit of humans, it is important that the liver be protected from the complex digestive process so that it can enter the body, and more research is being done.
But experts insist that despite this, the amazing benefits of green tea cannot be denied.