It constitutes 20% of the total tea consumption in the world. The popularity of green tea, which is widely used in Far Eastern countries, has increased worldwide as its beneficial effects on health have been reported.
What are these effects?
– Anticarcinogenic (protective against cancer formation)
– A powerful antioxidant. By preventing cell damage, it protects against diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and diabetes.
Studies have shown that it reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
With its antibacterial effect, it suppresses the formation of tartar and caries on the teeth and helps prevent bad breath.
*A healthy individual can drink 2 cups of green tea a day. If you have health problems, consult your doctor and dietitian.