5 Benefits of Green Tea, An Ancient and Delicious Drink

I love you green The Benefits Of Green Tea, known as the drink of eternal youth, are many more than you can imagine. It is not intended that more and more people worldwide join the hashtag green tea and that celebrities such as Thalia, Cindy Crawford and Kourtney Kardashian catalogue it as their favorite.

But why is it so wonderful?

It is composed of multiple antioxidants and beneficial compounds for the body. According to a study recently published in The European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, people who drink tea three times a week have a life expectancy 1.26 years longer. According to information published in SciELO Chile (Scientific Electronic Library Online), green tea could have a protective effect on the development of cardiovascular disease.

Here are five more reasons to join the green tea wave. Important! Consult your consumption with a specialist. 


Thanks for its number of antioxidants; it is a regulator of the levels of bad cholesterol in the blood, which helps prevent it from settling in the blood vessels. What does it mean? It helps decrease heart risks and heart-related problems.


We all dream of skin free of wrinkles and fine lines, but how to conquer it? From the inside out! Several studies show that this drink helps prevent ageing thanks to its powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.


One of the favorite benefits of green tea, especially for women, is that it stimulates metabolism. Due to its oxidation power, various investigations have shown that it acts as a cardio protector and a potent natural diuretic. A fact! The most important thing is to complement its consumption with a good diet and, of course, with physical activity.


Due to its excellent analgesic and anti-inflammatory power, it contributes to treating arthritis and inflammatory diseases. In addition, according to a study from Toyama University in Japan, the consumption of this drink improves glucose metabolism, so it prevents diabetes.


In addition to being good for fighting high cholesterol, cardiovascular diseases, ageing A study published in the journal Psychopharmacology concluded that the antioxidant properties of green tea increase connectivity between the frontal and parietal cortex of the brain, which could improve the cognitive functions of the brain, that is, strengthen memory. The maximum, suitable?


With more than 45,000 followers on Instagram, journalist and presenter Michelle Yidios is an ambassador for a healthy and happy life. Their secrets? Smiling, getting physical activity, and embracing a healthy diet that includes green tea. “I love it. It is a healthy, natural drink, has countless benefits for the body, and is delicious. I usually like to consume it in the afternoon, after a heavy meal or when I want to warm up a bit,” he explains.

The businesswoman, the creator of the firm Yidioshakim, says that she likes to consume it alone (without adding sugar or lemon) and that the essential thing for her is to take the time to enjoy it. “I always try to find a space to consume it quietly and unhurriedly,” he says. 

An extra fact! When she has a lot of dark circles or bags in her eyes, Michelle puts on a couple of green tea bags and leaves them for a few minutes. According to her, this helps her eyes look more rested.