Green tea is not only tasty but also healthy. The tea leaf contains a huge amount of useful substances, such as tannins, alkaloids, proteins, essential oils, organic acids, minerals, pectin, etc.
In the composition of green tea includes vitamins C1, B1, B2, PP, K, and iodine, potassium, copper. When brewing green tea remains more beneficial minerals than black tea. After brewing the green tea vitamin C remains, and we know how much it is useful for our body.
In green tea contains substances that significantly accelerate the decomposition of blood cholesterol and fats that reduce cholesterol in the
blood, prevents the development of atherosclerosis. Regular consumption of green tea maintains the elasticity of blood vessels, helps to reduce excessive weight, lowers blood pressure, washes away the salt. Green tea dilates the vessels of the brain, improves the supply of oxygen and blood flow.
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Ginger (scientific singabera) can be translated literally as “horned root”. Popularly often called “white root”. Ginger is very useful and popular spice. Ginger is used in cooking and is widely used in the cuisines of different Nations due to their sharp taste and aromatic smell.
Benefits of ginger tea?
The ginger contain b vitamins, vitamin a, minerals (potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and zinc) and amino acids. Ginger tea is useful because it thins the blood, affects the cardiovascular system of the body, strengthens blood vessels and heart muscle. Also ginger tea is beneficial for digestion, removes toxins, removes unwanted gases, purifies the liver. Ginger tea contains a lot of vitamin C, which is why many use it to treat colds and flu. You can also take ginger tea for prevention of colds. Essential oils contained in ginger help to accelerate the metabolic processes in the body, so ginger tea for weight loss is irreplaceable. Dishes from the ginger in the East is considered to be an aphrodisiac Continue reading
Scientists have not come to a conclusion – good or bad this aromatic drink. However, parents have to it’s traditionally cautious attitude. And rightly so.
To date, we have studied less than half of its coffee 2000 different substances. The main one, as in tea, is caffeine. About how this substance can affect the child’s body, we have already spoken. Moreover, the concentration of caffeine in coffee is that can cause an adverse reaction even in the adult.
But the most dangerous substance present in coffee – benzpyrene. This product of incomplete fat oxidation is a proven carcinogen.
But the nutrients in coffee, not so much. this is primarily vitamins a, D and e and minerals such as manganese, iodine, magnesium Continue reading