TOP 4 reasons to drink green tea in the heat | Women’s magazine “Liza”

A cup of green tea, espe­cial­ly on a hot day, can quench your thirst, invig­o­rate and even nor­mal­ize blood pres­sure. The main thing is to decide for your­self which drink to pre­fer: hot or cold.



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Secrets of green tea

  • Turns out you should­n’t chill your tea too much. A cold drink can make you even more thirsty.
  • An inter­est­ing fact: the high­er the qual­i­ty of tea, the bet­ter it quench­es thirst.
  • Advan­tage: Green tea replen­ish­es the nec­es­sary flu­id in the body faster.
  • Tea is an excel­lent ingre­di­ent for jel­ly desserts that will not only sur­prise you with their taste, but also quench their thirst.

Green tea will not only quench your thirst, but, on the con­trary, will ben­e­fit the body, because thanks to its ben­e­fi­cial sub­stances, it affects many organs, help­ing to sur­vive the heat.

Anoth­er fea­ture: cup green tea after eat­ing neu­tral­izes the bac­te­ria that cause dis­eases of the teeth and gums. And the bac­te­ri­ci­dal prop­er­ties of tea help to keep the breath fresh.

young woman drinking green tea


Drink­ing green tea before phys­i­cal activ­i­ty (even as mod­er­ate as walk­ing) pro­motes fat burn­ing and weight loss due to the abil­i­ty to speed up the metab­o­lism.

Cold or hot

What will bring more ben­e­fits to the body?

The plea­sure of drink­ing a cup of a ton­ic drink will bring nat­ur­al, brewed, and then chilled tea. Espe­cial­ly if you add lemon, mint, hon­ey or cur­rant leaves to it.

All these ingre­di­ents have a pos­i­tive effect on the ner­vous sys­tem, help­ing to endure high tem­per­a­tures. Recent­ly, it has become fash­ion­able to mix green tea with a vari­ety of fruit juices, which makes the process of drink­ing green tea pleas­ant for those who can­not put up with the bit­ter­ness char­ac­ter­is­tic of this drink. So, try, exper­i­ment and enjoy a drink that will help you enjoy the hot sum­mer.


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