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Antioxidants - Green Tea

Currently catching on more and more, green tea is a popular beverage of choice for many. Not only is it a great way to start your day, but it also offers a wide variety of health benefits.

One of the largest benefits of green tea is that it can act as an antioxidant in the body, helping to ward off any of the damages that are caused by free radicals. We are exposed to free radicals on a daily basis, and over time, these can really prove to be harmful to our health.

Along with a diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables, green tea can provide very good antioxidant support.

Some of the other benefits that this beverage offers is the protection against neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. It has also been seen to help treat those who are suffering from multiple sclerosis as well as increasing the rate at which the body oxidizes fat for energy. This last point is particularly useful for the dieting individual because it will speed their process of weight loss.

Finally, the last great benefit of this beverage is that it is lower in caffeine than coffee is and therefore, will be useful who are trying to decrease for those their caffeine intake.

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