White Tea Benefits
Following a given diet plan is one of the ways to reduce weight.These diets may not be easy to follow unlike the intake of white tea, which is similar to any other beverage. Studies suggest that intake of white tea may prevent adipogenesis, which is the process of formation of fat cells, and may control the life cycle of these fat cells called as adipocytes.
Presence of free radicals highly contributes to an accelerated aging process that comes with other challenges associated with advancement in age. White tea with its antioxidant property may reduce the risk of premature aging.
It helps in maintaining healthy and youthful skin due to its antioxidant properties which helps in quick repair and recovery of damaged skin. It is beneficial in protecting skin against the effects of ultraviolet Light
White tea may be beneficial in preventing cancer such as lung cancer. Research suggests that this tea is a potential anticancer, chemopreventive agent and its extract may induce apoptosis (cell death) and may help in preventing new cell growth in lung cancer. It has antimutagenic properties as well.
Intake of white tea may provide relief to diabetics from symptoms such as excessive thirst (polydipsia), decreased plasma glucose levels, and an increased insulin secretion.
Flavonoids found in white tea are associated with decreased risk of the cardiovascular disorders. These flavonoids help to decrease the blood pressure and also helps in treating dyslipidemia, endothelial function, and inhibits low-density lipoprotein oxidation. Consumption of this form of a tea, rich in flavonoids, may reduce the risk of various heart conditions.