Yunnan cookded puerh teabags lowering body mass and blood lipid

Pu-erh tea may be a great way to boost your overall health and add more variety to your tea cabinet. Although it’s safe to drink in moderation, you should check with your doctor if you have an …What Is Pu-Erh Tea. You’ve probably heard of the true teas such as green, white and oolong teas that are made from the Camellia sinensis plant, but you may not have heard of pu-erh tea.Pu-erh tea, pronounced poo-air, also comes from the same plant and boasts numerous health benefits.Pu-erh tea is a Chinese tea native to the Yunnan province in southern China and has a long history and a firm place in indigenous Chinese tradition. It is a post fermented tea, in which the ‘raw’ tea leaves undergo microbial fermentation after the tea leaves have been dried and rolled.One of the touted benefits of pu-erh tea is its ability to lower cholesterol. A study published in the journal “Experimental Gerontology” in 2009 found that rats given pu-erh tea saw a profound reduction in LDL, or “bad” cholesterol, and an increase in cardioprotective HDL cholesterol.Statins are effective in lowering bad cholesterol in the body. It also assists in the reduction of fats and lipids in the blood, and is thus recommended to maintain cardiovascular health. Studies on pu-erh tea also suggest that this type of tea effectively lowers blood sugar level, which is a good thing when preventing or battling with Diabetes.The secret of making Puerh tea has been closely guarded in China for centuries. C-PE305 Cooked Ripe Puerh Tea Yunnan Black Pu’er Tea Chinese Puerh tea Health Food. It is said that the unique taste of Puerh Tea was developed because it took weeks to transport the tea leaves by horseback to the town to be processed.Effect of Pu-erh Tea on Body Fat and Lipid Profiles in Rats with Diet-induced Obesity Article in Phytotherapy Research 25(2):234-8 · July 2010 with 170 Reads How we measure ‘reads’Pu-erh tea (普洱茶), called bo nay (or po lei, or po lai) tea in Cantonese, and sometimes spelled Puer or Pu’er, is a type of dark tea, a tea that is usually aged. Although it can be consumed immediately after production, Pu-erh is often aged, in a process called post-fermentation. This process involves active bacteria and fungal cultures.Don Mei : Hey teaheads. This is Don from Mei Leaf. In this video : What Is Ripe Puerh? In this video Celine and I are going to be discussing the basics of what “Ripe Puerh” – or post-fermented Puerh – is, and then we’re going to be tasting three samples which have just arrived … + Read More

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