Tea is Good for Liver

Jan 5 11:39 2018 Karina Garcia Print This Article

There are four main types of tea: black, green, white, and oolong. They are all made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. Black and green teas make up the majority of the tea consumed around the world. 

Black tea is considerably more popular in Europe and North America. Countries in the Eastern Hemisphere,Guest Posting particularly China and Japan, tend to favor green tea.

 

Green tea and black tea are prepared differently, which accounts for their differences. Green tea is made when tea leaves are dried and steamed very soon after harvest. Black tea is made using oxidized tea leaves. This means they’re allowed to wilt and brown after being picked. The oxidation process causes the formation of two compounds: theaflavins and thearubigins. These compounds give black tea its distinctive taste and color, and also its possible health benefits.

 

Tea as Liver Detoxification

 

Liver has important role in clearing bloods from dangerous chemical and tea has the same function as the natural cleanser of liver. Consuming tea daily could maintain the health of your liver regularly.

 

Tea Prevent Blood Clotting Risk

 

The other important function of liver is producing protein that could help in optimizing the blood to change into clot while tea has special ability to reduce or prevent the blood clotting risk. So, tea could enhance the function of liver optimally in coagulation process.

 

Green Tea the Natural Remover of Fatty Liver

 

Liver which is functioning as a filter to make sure that no harmful substances will enter your body is not functioning without risk. Fatty liver is a condition when fats are accumulated in the liver which mostly happens to a person with alcoholic history. However, it doesn’t mean that non-alcoholic person could not suffer the same condition. Consuming tea could help cleansing your liver from this kind of fats.

 

Tea Reduces the Risk of CLD (Chronic Liver Disease)

 

By having a healthier and cleaner liver, the risk of CLD or Chronic Liver Disease could be reduced and tea has important role as the natural detox and cleanser while in the same time the other nutrients contained in tea could assist liver functioning a little easier.

 

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Karina Garcia
Karina Garcia

Karina Garcia is sales manager of JK Tea Shop, authentic Chinese Loose Leaf tea supplier, for more information, please visit our website at: jkteashop.com

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