Cancer Prevention of The Active Ingredient in Green Tea

Monday, April 18th, 2016 (0 Comment)

The study showed that cancer prevention of the active ingredient in green tea and those who drank more than two cups of green tea a day can prevent cancer by 46% compared to others.

Tea is a popular drink in the world. In China, Japan, Korea and many other countries, the drink becomes beauty in food culture, even raised to the art of Japanese tea ceremony. Currently, there are more than 2,000 types of tea in the world, but in general there are 5 basic categories include green tea, oolong tea, black tea, white tea and golden tea. In these types of tea, green tea contains EGCG compound provides the most health benefits.

Cancer prevention of the active ingredient in green tea

Cancer prevention of the active ingredient in green tea.

Cancer prevention of the active ingredient in green tea

EGCG is short for Epigallocatechin-3-gallate with 59.1% in green tea, many times higher than other types. It is considered the best antioxidant available today. This active ingredient has the ability to inhibit and prevent the growth of cancer cells, such as colorectal cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, esophageal cancer, prostate cancer …

The research results of scientists in Sweden for 15 years on 61,057 women found that those who drank more than two cups of green tea a day can prevent cancer by 46% compared to those who do not use. Besides preventing cancer, EGCG in green tea is also an important factor in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases. Accordingly, it helps to lower and stabilize blood sugar, reduce cholesterol, the risk of adhesion of the arteries; blood clots obstruct blood vessels, helping to prevent the risk of death from cardiovascular, stroke disease.

A study conducted by Harvard Medical School (USA) show that people who drink more than 5 cups of green tea per day reduced the risk of death from heart attack or stroke by 26%, 28% of coronary heart disease than those who do not drink tea. Thanks to the oxidation of the EGCG and other compounds, green tea plays an important role in helping weight loss, anti-aging, detoxifying the body, reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson disease …

It also helps reduce stress, fatigue, relieve stress, and bring the fresh, vivacious. However, when you use green tea, you should not drink when you are hungry because the body will be prone to gnawing, irritability, dizziness, vertigo…

You also should not use green tea to take medicine because tannic acid in the tea leaves will affect the effectiveness of the drug.

 

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