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Green tea in lowering sugar level
Green tea in lowering sugar level

G.K. Laha
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Can you tell me whether green tea is helpful in reducing sugar level or not

Posted On : 09/22/08 9:18:23 PM

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Atanu Goswami
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As far I know, Green tea helps in reducing sugar level for sure. Not only that, Green Tea helps to prevent heart disease and reduces weight too.

Posted On : 06/22/15 2:47:03 AM

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simantini sarkar
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I use ORGANIC GREEN TEA and it really helped me to lower down my sugar level. But I think you need to be very regular on this.

Posted On : 08/18/15 4:53:43 AM

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Writi Mitra
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Yes, green tea is very helpful in lowering the sugar level. Many research show that green tea contents polyphenols which helps to increase the insulin activity.

Posted On : 09/02/15 3:14:54 AM

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Arjun Wagh
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Hi Generally common tea is the effective weapon which fight against diabetes because it boosts insulin activity in the body by more than 15-fold. Black and Green teas were shown to increase insulin activity respectively. The sugars and carbohydrates in our food are digested significantly in the duodenum where they are converted to glucose and then absorbed into the blood. The agent that regulates the intake of blood sugar into the tissues is insulin a chemical secreted from Langerhans which are islets on the pancreas. Diabetes is a disease characterized by the insufficient secretion or improper functioning of insulin which hinders the proper absorption of glucose into the tissues and leads to a high concentration of blood sugar that must eventually be excreted into the urine. If this high concentration of blood sugar should continue for a long period it will affect the vascular system and cause a number of quite serious diseases including atherosclerosis and retinal haemorrhages. Green tea also assists to burn extra calories and when combined with caffeine it augments the calorie burning. It increases the energy that is expended and helps to oxidize fats. Diabetes which is even more common than high blood pressure can actually be kept under control by consuming green tea. Starch in any form is converted into sugar and this is done with the help of an enzyme called amylase. The polyphones present in green tea extract reduce the amount of amylase produced thus the levels of sugar in the blood also decrease.

Posted On : 10/05/15 4:02:54 AM

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Abhinav Dey
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I totally agree with Arjun Wagh, that green tea not only reduces the sugar level but also helps to loose weight. This is a very effective way to reduce weight and diabetes with a single drink. Obesity also results in diabetes. So this green tea acts in a 2 way direction.

Posted On : 10/10/15 5:11:21 AM

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siddharth roy
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Green tea effectively increases insulin sensitivity and thus decreases the blood sugar level in body.

Posted On : 10/13/15 2:42:46 AM

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