Green tea trivia: Is it really good for Chinese people to drink green tea?

The China-PAR project implemented in China since 1998 aims to prevent the risk of cardiovascular disease among Chinese…

The China-PAR project implemented in China since 1998 aims to prevent the risk of cardiovascular disease among Chinese residents. In this large-scale study, scientists analyzed the effects of drinking tea on human health. 100,902 people participated in this analysis. These people did not initially have heart disease, myocardial infarction or cancer.

Green tea trivia: Is it really good for Chinese people to drink green tea?
Green tea trivia: Is it really good for Chinese people to drink green tea?

They are divided into two groups: one group for people who drink tea regularly (at least three times a week), and one group for people who rarely drink tea (less than three times a week). The average tracking time for participants was 7.3 years. During this period, compared with people who rarely drink tea, people who drink tea regularly have reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease and myocardial infarction by 20%, 22% and 15% respectively. The analysis of the age of disease development shows that people over the age of 50 who drink tea regularly have a delay of 1.41 years and a life span of 1.26 years longer than those who seldom drink tea.

Due to Chinese characteristics, most participants (49%) like to drink green tea without exception, and only 8% like to drink black tea. Interestingly, the analysis based on the type of tea drinking shows that only green tea has a good effect on health. No obvious protective effect of black tea on the body has been found.

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KbbfCland
KbbfCland
12 days ago

The tea polyphenols contained in green tea are combined with the anticancer drug Herceptin, which can become a stable and effective compound drug that directly targets the tumor. Compared with Herceptin, which does not contain tea polyphenols, the drug has a better effect on controlling tumor growth. It can also prolong the half-life of the drug in the blood and make the drug more durable. What’s more worth mentioning is that many traditional anticancer drugs have large side effects, while the side effects of this compound drug are relatively smaller.

Drinking green tea has long been proven to help prevent cancer. Japanese people who love tea have spent 9 years investigating and found that drinking 4 cups of green tea a day can reduce the risk of cancer by 40%. Studies in Europe and the United States have confirmed that green tea can reduce breast, prostate, lung, oral cavity, bladder, colon, stomach, and pancreas. The risk of tumors in multiple sites;

The genetic engineering laboratory of Fudan University found that green tea has a significant detoxification effect on the side effects of anticancer drugs. Cancer patients who take the anticancer drug daunorubicin while drinking more green tea can greatly improve its efficacy.

KuikCland
KuikCland
19 days ago

Drinking tea is good for your health!