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Green tea - Is it good or bad for your liver

What is green tea?

Green tea is the least processed type of tea. It helps in repairing Liver injury.

Types of green tea that you could get your hands-on

Gyokuro - It gives a rich flavour with low astringency Sencha -It is a commonly used tea, the tea leaves are steamed and rolled to give a natural flavour Fukamushi sencha - It is darker in colour and steamed twice as long as sencha for a great flavour Kabusecha -Its covered culture method turns the leaves more flavorful and less astringent. Matcha - It has improved new methods in cultivating, which lead to one of the best tea

Which green tea is healthiest? 

Among all the healthy green tea, matcha green tea is one of the healthiest as it allows you to consume the entire tea leaves. Brewed in a traditional method, it is mostly consumed during a Japanese tea ceremony.

Is green tea good for  your liver? 

Consumption of green tea shows strong proof of promoting liver health. Drinking green tea is good for your liver as   It reduces white fat depots   It helps regulate lipid metabolism It reduces lipid accumulation

How much green tea  intake is safe? 

Drinking two to three cups of green tea per day reduce the risks of certain diseases, including liver cancer.