Green Tea (ebook)

Green Tea (ebook)

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It seems like lately when you go to the grocery store or convenience store, you can see displays offering green tea beverages for sale. Even though green tea has been around for years and years, it seems as if there is a current push for people to start drinking green tea, but why? The truth is that nutritionists are starting to make it known to the general public that green tea has certain healing properties that just can’t be ignored. We are a health conscious nation, and green tea contributes greatly toward a person’s overall well-being and can even promote healing for some pretty serious diseases. The Chinese have known about the medicinal benefits of green tea since ancient times, using it to treat everything from headaches to depression. In fact, green tea has been used as a medicine in China for at least 4,000 years. Of course, tea has been a staple in countries – especially England – and is consumed daily as part of life. All around the world, people drink tea and in Japan, tea is even revered in its own ceremonial rite. The Japanese tea ceremony is often performed to achieve a sense of peace as outlined in Zen Buddhism. Heck, even here in the United States, we like our tea whether it is iced or hot. Some people love to relax with a nice hot cup of tea and a good book just to relax and gain some peaceful insight into life. I personally love to have a cold glass of iced tea as I relax on my back deck and enjoy nature. But lately, people are discovering what the Chinese have known for years. Green tea not only provides peace and serenity, it can actually make you healthier and fight diseases. It can even help with weight loss. Since this seems to have become a relatively new phenomenon, at least here in the United States, this book will help educate you about the amazing ways green tea can help your health. You may be surprised as I was when I began researching this book. It’s amazing what such a small thing can make such a huge difference.

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Ouvrage Collectif
Salud, bienestar y dietas
Ciencias de la Salud
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Green Tea (ebook)


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