Drinking Tea Can Prevent the Adverse Effects of Fast Food

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Drinking Tea Can Prevent the Adverse Effects of Fast Food

A study at Kobe University revealed that drinking tea regularly is great for preventing elevated levels of bad cholesterol that can cause damage to blood cells and increase the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Almost everyone today would rather eat fast food because it is more practical. But fast food contain lots of cholesterol, calories, and fat that can cause obesity and metabolic disorders. In addition, bad cholesterol and the use of salt in fast food can also increase the risk of heart disease.

In the study researchers used green tea and black tea which both very beneficial to health and on black tea has excess to protect the heart. The research concluded that the benefits of tea include preventing elevated levels of bad cholesterol, blood sugar and insulin resistance causes type 2 diabetes.

Tea is very easy to get and has become a daily drink, especially for people in Asia. Drinking tea could help setting levels of fat in the blood. In fact, previous studies have also mentioned that tea can also reduce the risk of cancer and neurological disorders, especially Parkinson's disease and help increase bone density for young girls.