Green Tea and Black Tea: A Health-Enhancing Concoction

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Green Tea and Black Tea: A Health-Enhancing Concoction Tea is a universal beverage that is liked by people on a global scale irrespective of any geographical differences. A growing number of people are modifying their malicious lifestyle and shifting towards healthier alternatives and tea remains one such wholesome kick towards that reformed lifestyle. This widely consumed beverage is not just a mere addition of aroma to hot water but possesses a bunch of medicinal benefits that enhance the overall health conditions of a human body. There is a myriad of tea varieties that come with distinctive flavors aroma and nutritional values. Black tea and green tea are amongst the popular teas that are shelved in each and every supermarket. Made from the leaves of Camellia Sinensis plant the benefits of green tea and black tea are refined with its time of fermentation. Where black tea needs to be highly fermented to reach its quality of aroma and flavor green tea requires least amount of fermentation. Lets delve into some of the health benefits of green tea and black tea and how these beverages can help in reshaping our lifestyle. A Protective Shield for your Heart Both green tea and black tea are highly rich in a group of proactive antioxidants and flavonoids i.e. polyphenols. Though both the teas differ in the amount of flavonoids the value of medicinal benefits offered are the same. For instance green tea contains a higher concentration of epigallocatechin EGCG which is good for fat reduction whereas black tea

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is a rich source of a Fl av i n ’ s that helps in reducing LDL low-density lipoproteins cholesterol. The polyphenols prevent the formation of plaque in the blood vessels thereby reducing the chances of heart attacks and other severe heart diseases. “People who drink 1-3 cups of green or black tea have 36 reduced risk of heart strokes compared to those who consume less than one cup a day.” Boosts Brain Stimulations Green tea and black tea contains caffeine which is better known as the ideal stimulant for brain. Green tea has a lesser concentration of caffeine as compared to black tea. For instance a cup of green tea would serve you about 35 mg of caffeine per 8-oz 230ml whereas the same serving of black tea can fill your body with 39-109 mg of caffeine. Stimulating the nervous system caffeine helps in blocking the inhibitory neurotransmitters that enhances sleep and makes one lethargic. Additionally these teas aid in the release of mood-enhancing neurotransmitters i.e. dopamine and serotonin. As a result benefits of green tea and black tea boost our alertness vigilance reaction time and concentration power. “Both green and black tea are ideal alternatives to coffee in order to lift our mood without having any adverse effect on the nervous system like that of restlessness after drinking coffee.” Works as an Antimicrobial Both green tea and black tea are rich in antioxidants that are highly beneficial to protect our cells. While green tea contains epigallocatechin EGCG that reduces the development of bacterial cell wall black tea is rich in the Flavin that protects the cells from radical damage and boost the natural production of antioxidants in our body.

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“Black tea and green tea are the major contributors of antioxidants that reduce the possibilities of heart attacks and sudden weight gains.” Green or Black: Which One is Healthier To enhance the experience of caffeine and a strong stimulation black tea would be a better choice due to its high concentration of caffeine. In order to reduce the chances of heart attacks and reduce any plaque formation green tea is the right pick with its richness in epigallocatechin. More or less green and black tea possess health benefits in equal proportion. Though they differ in the composition of polyphenols they offer the same medicinal effects on our nervous system and blood vessels. Hence it is quite difficult to judge which amongst the two is ideal for a healthier life as both are rich in antioxidants and position as a healthy addition to the human dietary cycle.

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