Green tea can boost your immune function

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It’s green. It’s tea. And it’s one of the healthiest beverages we can drink.

It can be enjoyed hot, cold or even in powdered form, and it’s recognized for its high antioxidant content and health benefits.

Green tea is loaded with antioxidants that have many health benefits, which may include: improved brain function, weight loss, protecting against cancer and lowering the risk of heart disease.

Green tea has been shown to improve blood flow and lower cholesterol.

A recent research review found green tea helped prevent a range of heart-related issues, from high blood pressure to congestive heart failure.

What’s good for the heart is usually good for the brain; your brain needs healthy blood vessels, too.

Regularly drinking green tea can also help you lose weight and reduce your risk of several diseases, including diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

Drinking three to five cups of green tea per day seems to be optimal to reap the most health benefits.

This episode features audio from Benefits of Green Tea for Boosting Antiviral Immune Function.

If you care about wellness, please read studies about green tea that could protect your body as a vaccine, and vitamin K that could lower the heart disease risk by a third.

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