Green Tea Tips


  • Magnesium, Zinc, and Potassium 
  • Vitamin C - stress reliever, infection fighter, and immune system booster 
  • Vitamin B - helps metabolize carbohydrates 
  • Vitamin E - an antioxidant that helps fight aging 


  • Maintain fluid balance, which is crucial for normal body functions 
  • Reduce plaque formation and bacterial infections in the mouth 
  • Reduce cholesterol, especially (LDL) Low Density Lipoprotein 
  • Burn calories 
  • Lower the risk of cardiovascular disease 
  • Refresh and relax the mind
  • Prevent and relieve arthritis and type-two diabetes

Tea and Caffeine

Caffeine, a natural component of coffee, tea, and cocoa, is generally considered safe when consumed in moderation. Research proves that the presence of caffeine in tea does not produce any unhealthy results due to its combination with tea polyphenols.


Sources: Diet & Nutrition Letter, Special Report (Oct 2000)
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