Green tea: periodontal and general health
Muscles are great,
but without bones,
they would not be good for much. Women have bone loss (osteoporosis) more than men—but tea may have benefits for stronger bones for all people.
Tip:Polyphenols are one part of tea. Green tea (in moderation) may help build stronger bones.
Animal studies reveal that intake of tea polyphenols have pronounced positive effects on bone as shown by higher bone mass and trabecular bone volume, number, and thickness... resulting in greater bone strength.Tea and bone health
Tea has been found to benefit men with lower urinary tract symptoms.
These include low urine flow
and erectile dysfunction (ED),
called LUTS symptoms. Positive effects were detected in six weeks.
So:In addition to its bodybuilding effects, drinking tea will help with male health issues.
Oral administration of [tea extract] improved LUTS and quality of life in as little as 6 weeks.Tea benefits urological health
Obesity is linked to fatty liver disease (NASH). Fatty deposits in the liver make it harder to lose weight. Black tea can prevent nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, and keep your liver in better shape.NASH
Tip:Our outwards appearance is important, but the health of our organs, like the liver, is also relevant.
In summary, these data suggest that nutritional support with antioxidants may be useful in preventing oxidative damage and the progression of NASH.Black tea, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis
Green tea is not just helpful for building big, strong bodies and losing fat. It helps with depression and other mental problems. In this way, it helps make mental health stronger, not just your body.Green Tea, Depression
Asthma:Tea may have a negative effect on asthma. This probably is limited in most cases to an extremely heavy exposure to it.Green Tea, Asthma
Scientists know that the catechins in green tea help prevent cancer. But green tea and black tea also help you lose weight. An animal study showed that green tea may help you build muscle mass as well.
Thus:It is clear that green tea, in moderation, is an important part of a bodybuilding diet.