A glass of Tea Can Overcome Bad Impact of Fast Foods
Obesity and metabolic disorders in people who eats too much fast food is caused by the number of fat content and the use of oil in the food. While the threat to the heart is generally triggered by the use of salt, although cholesterol also has a large effect.
In a study conducted by experts from Kobe University, it is revealed that regular tea consumption may prevent damage to blood cells due to increased levels of bad cholesterol. Consequently the risk for type 2 diabetes can be reduced.
The study which was published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, used 2 types of tea which is green tea and black tea. Both can give benefits, but black tea is said to give heart-protective effect.
The benefits of tea that can be obtained according to the studies, among others is to prevent increase levels of bad cholesterol, blood sugar and insulin resistance. Those three condition is the main factor which triggers type 2 diabetes caused by unhealthy eating patterns.
“Drinking tea may help prevent obesity and blood fat levels settings. Those problems are a result of high-fat diet,” says Dr. Carrie Ruxton of the Tea Advisory Panel according to Dailymail.
Various previous studies have revealed another benefit of the tea is reducing the risk of heart attack, cancer and neurological disorders, especially Parkinson’s. In adolescent girls, tea also helps increase bone density, thereby reducing the risk of osteoporosis.