Tea is the most preferred drink all over the world, after water. Most people consume black tea but green tea is much more than just a hot, green beverage. It has so many benefits and can prevent many conditions if it is served properly. All types of tea, except herbal tea, are brewed from the dried leaves of the Camellia sinensis bush. Green tea is one of the less processed types of tea (with white tea the least) and therefore contains the most benefits.

Drinking Green Tea

Hold your cup with your right hand while supporting it from below with your left hand. Using both hands is considered to be polite etiquette in Japan. Drink the tea without slurping or making any noise. Avoid blowing on the tea to cool it down. Instead, set it down on the table to let it cool.

Mixing Green Tea

Enjoy the tea, based on your preference and taste buds. Ultimately the tea should taste appealing and delicious to you, whether you prefer it a bit bitter or more muted in taste or sweeter or milder in flavor. It's important to drink a cup of tea that suits your palate.

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    What is green tea?

    Green, black and oolong teas all come from the same plant. Green tea consists of leaves that haven’t been fermented so they contain the highest level of the “good stuff”. There are many healing compounds found in green tea. Green tea also contains small amount of caffeine.

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    Types of green tea

    There are a wide variety of green teas available. The most popular and the easiest to find type is called sencha. Other varieties of green tea are matcha, fukamushi sencha, tencha, hojicha, kabusecha and others.

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    Green tea vs. Black tea

    Both teas share many of the same benefits. The difference in colors comes from the processing of both teas. Green tea leaves are dried for a shorter time than black tea leaves before processing, so they keep their greener color. Black tea is more processed than green tea so it loses some of it’s great benefits in the process

Green tea can help you stay fit

Several studies have shown that the flavonoids and caffeine in green tea can help elevate the digestive rate, increase oxidation and even improve insulin activity. One study showed that those who consumed green tea and caffeine lost an average of 1.3 kilograms during a 12-week period, while sticking to their regular eating regime.

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