Scientific views on how well green tea works for dieting are still mixed. Some researchers have stated cases that go both ways, for and against it. A recent article in the Archives of Internal Medicine shows that American and Chinese researchers discuss how green tea effects cholesterol levels.
When the research was conducted, approximately 200 men and women (average age 55) who have mild to moderately high LDL cholesterol levels joined in the case study. The researchers told them to keep their usual activity levels the same as before and eat the same way. After twelve weeks, it was shown that individuals who consumed green tea extract with their normal meals lost more than fifteen percent of their total LDL cholesterol levels.
It has never been explained in detail exactly how green tea effects the levels of cholesterol but certain components found in green tea have proven to play a key role in excreting cholesterol from the body.
Th researchers stated in a later report that the first group of participants did not lose cholesterol as a result of drinking green tea. So let me get this right, first you provide proof that they did, and now you say they didn’t! Did I read that right? How much did you pay for your education again??
The problem I have always noticed in the medical community is that anything organic that works is not supported very well. Here is an exact example of what I am talking about.
When my oldest was 3, he got the worse case of chicken pox I have ever seen. There was not one square inch of him that was not infected. This boy was in so much pain from being so itchy that we took him to the hospital 3 times to try and find something that could help him. 3 trips later, nothing was prescribed.
Finally a family member recommended for us to try the extract from an Aloe Vera plant. Once I found one to buy, I applied it to my son and with in 15 minuets he had stopped crying, and he was no longer itchy.
When my other son who was 6 months old got the chicken pox right after his old brother, we took him to the hospital to make sure he was going to be ok. Children under the age of 1 can have serious side effects and complications having chicken pox so young, we wanted to be sure. I told the nurse what had happened with our oldest boy when he got it and what finally worked to help him and her response was, I know that stuff works well! I asked why we were not told about it before, her response was, we are not allowed to recommend organic types of medicine. So what, let the kid suffer???
If nurses and doctors are not allowed to recommend anything organic, I am sure they are going to find a way to not support green tea as well. If it is not made by a pharmaceutical company, then it cant be good right Doc? Whatever!!!
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