19. Relationship between green tea and anti-aging

19. Relationship between green tea and anti-aging

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The 19th time is about "Relationship between green tea and anti-aging".

That the "health benefits of green tea", has written a special edition. The 19th time is about "Relationship between green tea and anti-aging".
  1. Prevention of cancer
  2. Immune power up
  3. Lose weight
  4. Decrease in cholesterol level
  5. Improve memory and learning ability
  6. Prevention and bactericidal action of food poisoning
  7. Caries prevention
  8. Prevention of halitosis
  9. The effect of preventing drowsiness
  10. Suppress the possibility of functional disorder
  11. Adult disease prevention
  12. Help the gastrointestinal work
  13. Prevention of arteriosclerosis and stroke, prevention of blood
  14. High blood pressure (hypertension)
  15. Suppression of atopic and pollinosis
  16. Anti-influenza action
  17. Effect on AIDS
  18. Hangover prevention
  19. Anti-aging
  20. Reduces stress

The relationship between green tea and health is drawing attention and new research results are reported one after another. In addition, we may add efficacy. We would like to deeply describe each relationship.


The relationship between green tea and anti-aging 

Green tea has been familiar to us Japanese people for a long time.
Did you know that green tea has a variety of health benefits?

Set of sushi and green tea

The ingredients contained in green tea are said to be particularly effective in preventing aging.In this article, I will explain why green tea is effective in preventing aging and the relationship between the two.

Green tea prevents the aging factors "oxidation" and "glycation"!

The three major factors of aging are "aging," "oxidation," and "glycation. We cannot prevent aging, but we can take care of oxidation and glycation.


Anti-oxidation by green tea

Some of the oxygen that enters the body when we breathe is converted into reactive oxygen species due to factors such as UV rays, smoking, and stress. As the amount of active oxygen increases, the body oxidizes and aging progresses. Recently, however, green tea catechins, which produce excellent antioxidant effects, have been attracting attention. Green tea is an ingredient that can be easily ingested into the body, so it is a good idea to get into the habit of drinking green tea on a regular basis.

the skin to lose its elasticity

Anti-glycation by green tea

Glycation, which is one of the major factors in aging, is when proteins and fats necessary for the skin, such as collagen, are bound to glucose and other substances. These bonds produce AGEs (end-products of glycation), which cause the skin to lose its elasticity, moisture, and hair luster, giving the appearance of aging. Quercetin and catechins are two of the ingredients that are said to have high anti-glycation effects, and green tea is rich in both of these ingredients. Foods with anti-glycation properties are best taken early in the meal. Drinking green tea before meals will have an even higher effect.


Green tea catechins prevent the destruction of vitamin C

Woman applying serum with vitamin c

Green tea contains 12 of the 13 vitamins, excluding vitamin D. Of these, vitamin C is the most important. Of these, vitamin C is highly effective in preventing aging of the skin and blood vessels. Vitamin C is abundantly contained in fruits and vegetables. While it is easy to consume, it is vulnerable to heat and can be dissolved or broken down by heating. Green tea, however, can be brewed with hot water and the eluate dissolved by the heat can be ingested. And because green tea catechins can prevent the decomposition of vitamin C, it is possible to take vitamin C effectively.


Summary report

Catechins and quercetin, which are abundantly contained in green tea, are ingredients that protect our bodies from oxidation and glycation, which are factors in human aging, as well as the destruction of vitamin C. Green tea is a beverage that is recommended for maintaining youth and health. Even if you are not a big fan of green tea, it is highly recommended that you drink green tea frequently to prevent aging and anti-aging.



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