Easy Tea Drinker’s Tip to Heart Health

In completing a mega-analysis of studies that examined drinking green tea and its effects on cholesterol, researchers are optimistic. (Do I hear the applause for Traditional Chinese Medicine advice???) Although in some of the studies, participants consumed the equivalent of 18 cups of green tea daily (whoa!), experts don’t suggest that you drown yourself in green tea. More research is needed to know how much green tea to drink to improve cholesterol levels. Sources suggest consuming one to two 8-ounce cups daily. Remember, most green tea contains caffeine, so you don’t want to overdo it, especially too close to bedtime. You can also check out decaffeinated green tea. Two of my favorite green teas are Gen Mai Cha (“brown rice tea”) it is a green tea combined with roasted brown rice and Jasmine which has a lighter more flowery taste to it.

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