With the improvement of living standards, the three highs have become the biggest threat to our healthy life.
According to relevant data, in recent years, the population of the three highs has increased year by year and is becoming younger. One out of every two people has the “three highs”!
Therefore, a tea friend asked: “Can drinking tea lower the three highs? Is there any tea that lowers the three highs?”
In fact, there are, and there is a scientific basis.
In 1979, Dr. Emile Carrobie, the director of clinical teaching at the Saint Anthony Medical School in Paris, France, used Yunnan Tuocha for clinical trials.
The experiment selected people with hyperlipidemia between the ages of 18 and 60 as a control group. One group drank Yunnan Tuocha, and the other group took the lipid-lowering drug Antomin. The blood lipids of the two groups were tested one month later.
The experimental results showed that the lipid-lowering effect of Yunnan Tuocha was better than that of the special lipid-lowering drug Antomin. This result shocked many medical and nutrition experts in France.
Therefore, when French patients with hyperlipidemia went to the hospital for treatment, the doctors often prescribed: “Yunnan Tuo Tea, two tablets.” It is not difficult to understand why “Yunnan Pu’er Tea is not sold in tea shops, but in pharmacies.” Or sold at the health care product counter.”
In the mid to late 1980s, the University of Lyon in France conducted a comprehensive physical and chemical analysis of Yunnan Tuocha, and published a monograph that elaborated on the chemical components of Yunnan Tuocha. It is believed that Yunnan Tuocha has effects on cholesterol, triglycerides and blood uric acid in the human body. The research has been included in the French Medical Dictionary.
Therefore, since 1977, the export volume of Yunnan Pu’er tea has increased year by year, from 2 tons to 8 tons, 20 tons, 80 tons…
Closer to home, Pu’er tea can lower the “three highs” because Pu’er tea contains a large amount of caffeine and catechins, which can maintain blood vessel elasticity and reduce blood pressure through vasodilation; at the same time, caffeine can effectively decompose fat in the blood and liver, thereby reducing blood lipids. .
In addition, the tea polysaccharides in tea are not only an expert in lowering the three highs, but also the main force in lowering blood sugar. In addition to lowering the three highs, tea polysaccharides also have health-care effects such as immunity regulation, anticoagulation, antithrombosis, and anti-oxidation.
It can be seen that there are many benefits of drinking tea.
Therefore, some tea friends said: “Drink more tea than take medicine.”
However, it must be remembered that tea is not a medicine, and you should never use tea instead of medicine.