“I want to lose weight.”
“Drink green tea.”
You might as well have got this suggestion a numerous times in your life. It, indeed, works well. We all know how green tea plays a significant role in weight loss. People often associate green tea with weight loss, but how many of you are actually aware that green tea also plays a very vital role in boosting antiviral immune system? Green tea helps the body to fight against various viruses by improving the body’s immunity system, which is not the case with antiviral drugs
A certain research establishes that if green tea is rubbed on the external genital warts of patients, it can work wonders. This experiment has been successful in almost 50% of the cases. According to studies, gargling with green tea reduces the risk of influenza in school going children. Green tea enhances the activity of a certain kind of cells known as the gamma delta T cells that are powerful defensive cells. The antioxidants and polyphenols present in green tea make it all the more nutritious. One of the chief functions of green tea is to boost body metabolism, resulting in balanced blood sugar level. Green tea also contains L-Theanine, that have incomparable microbial properties. Green tea contains catechin compounds that have been found to be serviceable in the treatment of common cold. The EGCG present in green tea combats against the virus cell known as hemagglutinin by binding to a glycoprotein. This attacks the virus cells and prevents them from affecting other cells.
The belief in green tea to work wonders has long lived through history when Chinese soldiers used to fill their bottles with green tea in order to keep away harmful germs. Green tea can taste a bit bitter, but given all these benefits, I guess the taste can be avoided. So the next time you sip on a cup of freshly brewed green tea, think of all those goodies you’re rewarding your body with.