Healing properties of green tea for breast found confirmation

anti-Cancer effect of green tea showed Chinese scientists. They analyzed 16 studies to search for relationships between development of cancer and different herbal ingredients. Chinese researchers have revealed an interesting relationship: lower risk of breast cancer as those women who for a long time drinking green tea and drank it a lot.

However, the authors of the analysis warn against immediately, in order to consider green tea a panacea or alternative to conventional treatment of neoplastic diseases. Besides, adds RIA Novosti, the experts we have so far and I do not know whether the effect of green tea on prevention of all types of breast cancer or only some of them. It can only clarify by further studies.

But it is known that green tea has no significant impact on prostate cancer, bladder or stomach. No patterns and relations of consumption of green tea and these diseases have been identified.

What makes green tea so beneficial for women? It turned out that this phytochemical epigallocatechin-3-gallate (ECGC). The organic polyphenol has antioxidant properties. And also blocks enzymes needed for cancer cell growth. This enzyme and stops tumor growth.

Green tea is known to good effect on the intestinal microflora and helps with weight loss. However, we must not forget that green tea also contains high concentrations of caffeine: its excessive consumption is unsafe in a number of certain diseases, scientists warn. No coincidence that China is one of the world’s lowest incidence of breast cancer.

Most of the studies relied on Chinese scientists, was also held in Asia. Here the norm is consumption up to ten cups of green tea a day. Apparently, therefore, transfer mirrored the results of the study on the Europeans or Americans is not worth it.

Previously, scientists praised green tea because it reduces the risk of setechno disease. Green tea not only reduces the risk of obesity, rejuvenates, helps fight insomnia and improves memory, but also prevents the formation of cholesterol plaques in blood vessels.