Green tea: periodontal and general health
Bones. Muscles are great, but without bones, they would not be good for much. Women have bone loss (osteoporosis) more than men. Tea may help here.
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
Result:Positive effects were detected in six weeks. Thus we find that drinking tea may 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
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
And:Tea helped me. I transformed from a pathetic weakling to the man I am today. If you are not happy with your body, I recommend tea.