GUNPOWDER 3505 has always been at the top of the list o […]
GUNPOWDER 3505 has always been at the top of the list of anti-cancer foods, and a study published in Singapore by the British "Daily Mail" adds a halo: the beneficial substances in green tea can be refined into anti-cancer drugs, which have better anti-tumor effects. And the side effects are small!
According to reports, this study from the Singapore Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology found that the tea polyphenols rich in green tea combined with the anti-cancer drug Herceptin can become a stable and effective compound drug that directly targets the tumor. Compared with Herceptin, which does not contain tea polyphenols, the drug has a better effect on controlling tumor growth. It can also prolong the half-life of the drug in the blood and make the drug more durable. What's more worth mentioning is that many traditional anticancer drugs have large side effects, while the side effects of this compound drug are relatively smaller.
Drinking green tea has long been proven to help prevent cancer.
Japanese tea lovers have spent 9 years investigating and found that drinking 4 cups of green tea a day can reduce the risk of cancer by 40%;
Studies in Europe and the United States have confirmed that green tea can reduce the risk of tumors in breast, prostate, lung, oral cavity, bladder, colon, stomach, pancreas, etc.;
A joint study by the State Key Laboratory of Genetic Engineering of Fudan University and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine found that green tea has a significant detoxification effect on the toxic and side effects of anticancer drugs. Cancer patients are taking the anticancer drug daunorubicin at the same time. Drinking more green tea can greatly improve its efficacy.
In addition to anti-cancer and anti-cancer, green tea has many health benefits and can be described as a "super drink".
Protect eyesight. A 2010 study in the United States found that various compounds in green tea have a protective effect on eye tissues, especially those related to the cornea.
Prevent dementia. Elderly people over the age of 70 drink 4 cups of green tea a day on average, and the probability of developing depression symptoms is reduced by 44%. Elderly people who drink more than 2 cups of green tea a day have a 50% lower chance of dementia than their peers who drink less than 3 cups a week. This is the conclusion drawn by researchers from Tohoku University in Japan after 3 years of follow-up of more than 14,000 people over 65.
Anti-virus and sterilization. A study published in the Proceedings of the American Academy of Sciences stated that the theanine contained in green tea can increase the body's ability to resist infection by 5 times; gargle with green tea can effectively prevent bleeding gums and tooth decay.
Have a strong heart. Research from Tohoku University in Japan also found that compared with people who drink less than 1 cup of green tea a day, men who drink more than 5 cups of green tea a day have a 22% reduction in the risk of death due to cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, and a 31% reduction in women.