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Expert Q & A: Tea for Liver Patients

Tea contains many of the chemical compounds found in the human body and is beneficial to disease prevention and also beneficial for liver patients.

Jasmine Tea: Cleanse the Liver, enhances eyesight, improves digestion, protect the liver, removes phlegm from throats, lowers blood pressure, improves cardiac health, promote longevity. This tea is best sweetened with rock candy.

Green Tea: Contains polyphenols, caffeine, chlorophyll, and antioxidant catechins, that improve liver health, prevent stomach gas, prevent cancer, promote longevity, kill bacteria, improve digestion, lower blood pressure. Green tea is suitable for drinking in patients with liver disease, but it should be noted that because strong green tea is rich in polyphenols, which can be an irritant for weak stomachs, patients with weak spleens and stomachs should take caution.

Oolong tea: Helps digest greasy foods, lowers high lipid levels, works as a diuretic and antipyretic, prevents heatstroke, helps kill bacteria, reduces inflammation, prevents cancer, provides energy, promotes longevity, and maintain liver health.

Black tea: Contains calcium, zinc, manganese, and other trace elements and amino acids, that work as a diuretic, reduce inflammation, improve the stomach and digestion, slow the aging process, lower blood sugar, lower blood pressure, reduce body fats, and prevents cancer.

Tie Guan Yin: Contains a variety of organic ingredients beneficial to human health, It lowers cholesterol, prevents oxidation, resists cancer/tumor cells, and protects the liver.

Tea: Tea can regulate the body's immune system, prevent cancer, lower high lipid levels, promote weight loss, protect stomach health, lower blood pressure. Tea is also rich in vitamin C, more so than fruits and vegetables which improves the immune system, health fitness, and longevity.



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