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Green Tea for Great Health

By Dr. Jerry Mixon July 23, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments


Have you ever wondered why Asian cultures tend to be thin? Part of the answer may be green tea.

Fat cells, like every cell in your body, eventually wear out and need to be replaced. Green tea contains chemicals that inhibit the formation of new fat cells. They don’t do anything to the fat cells that already exist, but they do make it harder for your body to make new fat cells.

This means that green tea will not cause you to lose weight in the short run. But consistent consumption over a long period of time will make it harder and harder for your body to replace those fat cells as they wear out. And here’s a hint for those who don’t like the taste of green tea. You don’t need to drink it. You can eat it. Try sprinkling tea in your salads, mixing it into every vegetable dish that you cook, throw some into casseroles, or use it as a garnish.

Your body doesn’t know or care how he gets into your system, just get it there.

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Ragnar Liljequist July 25, 2013 at 2:34 PM Reply
Mayo's website warns to avoid green tea if you're on a warfarin/coumadin regimen. My cousin was on this blood thinner and drank 10 cups of green tea daily. Somehow blood got into his brain and he started walking in circles and I believe he went into a coma. I do know he was completely confused, and his Will gave instructions to pull the life support. The world lost a wonderful genius who developed 19 patents for his company.