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Written by Muhammad Adenowo

Every man who’s concerned about staying healthy and living long should make green tea an essential part of his daily routine. He should drink around 3 to 5 cups each day.

Numerous studies have shown that green tea contains certain nutrients which hold massive health benefits for men. Even more recently in the Western world, it has been widely regarded as one of the healthiest drinks on earth.

However, most men would naturally just grab a cup of coffee for an early-morning refreshment in place of green tea, because they’re unaware of the harmful effects1 that the caffeine in coffee has on their health.

In the case of green tea, it’s a healthy and refreshing drink with a high concentration of catechins; highly-potent antioxidants which help neutralize the effect of free radicals2 within the body.

Even more, studies relate that the catechins are over a 100-times more effective and 25 times more powerful3 than vitamins C and E respectively, despite being essential nutrients that naturally help neutralize free-radicals within the body.

As a result, many global healthcare companies now add green tea extract to their products, especially the ones they’ve specially formulated for men.

Men who drink at least 3 cups of the tea daily are less likely to develop prostate cancer, erectile dysfunction and even low sperm count which is mostly caused by the actions of free radicals in the body.

Green tea holds numerous health benefits for men.  Some notable ones include:

1. Boosts the Clarity and Function of the Brain

Green tea contains a certain type of amino acid, L-theanine, which crosses the blood-brain barrier, thereby helping men who drink it to increase focus, boost clarity and maximise the optimum concentration facility of their brain.

A 2017 study4 that examined the effects of green tea extracts (L-theanine and epigallocatechin gallates) on human neuropsychology and brain function concluded that the tea also helps reduce anxiety.

The tea is also rich in polyphenols which are capable of reducing inflammation in the brain cells, thus helping to fight brain cancer tumours.

Although green tea contains caffeine, it’s in a very mild concentration compared to that in coffee. The combination of the amino acid L-theanine with the small amount of caffeine provides men who drink the tea with a much more stable level of energy. It helps them stay more awake and productive throughout the day, without any ill effect on their health.

2. Reduces Cholesterol Levels in the Body

Green tea may help burn body fat and that’s the reason why most workout supplement formulators add green tea extracts to their products, especially for men.

There have been studies5 that have shown the positive effects of green tea extract on fat metabolism, both at rest and during exercise, when the extract was consumed both short and long term. Not all studies have observed the same effects, but this may be simply due to the way they were conducted. Overall, the literature is inconclusive and more studies are needed to confirm this positive effect of green tea.

In the body, LDL cholesterol (also called ‘bad cholesterol’) is the harmful type. When there is an excess of it in the body, it blocks the blood vessels. Drinking green tea daily helps lower its harmful effect6, reducing the concentration and easing the flow of blood.

Ultimately, green tea results in a significant reduction of total cholesterol within the body.

3. May Prevent Heart Disease

According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular diseases are the number one killers of men in the world.

Most men love red meat.  Although it’s a great source of protein in the body, it’s also been suggested that it raises the concentration of LDL cholesterol7.

High LDL concentration has been noted as a risk factor for heart disease, as well as having the ability to cause a heart attack8 when it builds up in the blood vessels, thus blocking the flow of blood to the heart.

Some of the components9 in green tea have been proven to help fight LDL cholesterol, thereby reducing the risk of suffering an early heart attack.

4. Increases Sperm Count

The sperm production rate, sperm count and overall fertility of any male is influenced by several factors, including nutrition and lifestyle.

It’s also affected by the actions of free radicals within the body.

Sperm by its nature is very susceptible to free radicals3.  These are highly reactive toxins in the body which cause oxidative damage to body cells and DNA.

Some of these free radicals can be neutralized by the actions of antioxidants present in green tea. As a result, the tea will help improve male fertility.

Men who drink green tea should naturally experience a higher sperm count10 than those who avoid tea or drink it less frequently.



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