Amount Of Green Tea Consumed

Are you benefiting from Drinking Green Tea?

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If you indicate coffee or tea consumption, The Analyst™ will ask further questions including this one:
How much green tea do you drink?
Possible responses:
→ None / under one cup a day / don't know
→ About one cup per day
→ About two cups per day
→ About three cups per day
→ Four cups or more per day

What does this tell us?

Based on your response, which may indicate either green tea consumption or high green tea consumption, The Analyst™ is able to consider possibilities such as:
Estrogens Low

High intake of green tea has been associated with higher levels of sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) and lowered levels of serum estradiol (estrogen) concentration in women.

... and also reduce your risk factors for:
Alzheimer's Disease

Research suggests that drinking green tea may halt brain diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Huntington's.  A chemical found in green tea (EGCG), combined with another chemical DAPH-12, combine to prevent and destroy amyloids, which play key roles in the development of these disorders.


Although green tea does count towards your daily water intake, it is also a natural diuretic so drinking it in excess can actually cause dehydration.

Huntington's Disease

As with Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease, a chemical found in green tea helps to break down amyloids, which play a key role in the development of brain diseases such as Huntington's disease.

Parkinson's Disease

A chemical (EGCG) found in green tea works with another chemical, DAPH-12, to prevent and destroy amyloids, which form amyloid plaques that play a key role in the development of Parkinson's disease.

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