Friday, April 10, 2009

What's so good about green tea you ask? What's all the fuss? Green tea is filling up the grocery store shelves. A few years ago I just about heard of green tea. Now when I go to the store I see a dozen (at least) variations of green tea. Could this tea color be catching on?So many green teas. So many flavors.While green tea has been around for thousands of years, it has become a remedy of choice for diabetics looking to free themselves of medications. It is also a very accessible product to obtain. Grocery stores from Maine to Florida and from North Carolina to California carry varieties of green tea. Green tea is easy to find. And the results that have been studied with regard to diabetes research are very positive. Japan, The United Kingdom's Council on Tea, The U S Department of Agriculture and Maryland University have produced research and testing results of green tea usage that has been very favorable. . How does green tea work in the body?There seems to be so many benefits associated with this type of tea. Green tea might just be one great blessing for diabetes care. The Japanese and Chinese cultures have been using green tea for thousands of years. Green tea has been the buzz word in western culture for a few years now. Maybe some of the positive results that are being attributed to green tea are what all the hoopla is about.Green tea can help control blood sugar levels for diabetic making it very appealing as a natural solution. The catechin polyphenols found in green tea make it a great antioxidant that can lower cholesterol, help to increase your immune system and assist your cardiovascular as well. It can support in the battle against cancer, and can also help preventing heart disease and rheumatoid arthritis. The UK Council on Tea claims that people drinking green tea reduce their likelihood of getting diabetes, than those individuals that do not consume the beverage. Green tea has about one half the amounts of caffeine that black tea has and about one quarter the caffeine in coffee. So it can be drunk just about any time of the day.Green tea is for me. What about you?Finding natural solutions for diabetes is what I like doing. If you are interested in what The Diabetic Warrior has to say about natural methods to help diabetics then keep reading. He has conquered the disease with his way of eating. The MP3 I did with him provides some insights that will benefit you in controlling your diabetes. Grab your free interv.
This article was written by Arron Wallad.

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