Benefits of raw foods
Consuming raw foods provides easier and healthier digestion, in addition to avoiding the use of our reserve of enzymes, which are substances that help to better absorb food and preserve our organs.
Enzymes are responsible for the chemical reactions that take place in our body and, in the absence of them, it is not possible for vitamins, minerals and hormones to fulfill their role.
Cooked, boiled, canned and pasteurized foods lose their enzymes, and for this reason they need to use those produced by the body during the digestion process. Thus, the organs of the digestive system use substances from the immune system, which cause adverse reactions such as gas, stomach pain, joint and muscle pain, insomnia, skin rash, diarrhea or constipation, cellulite, premature aging and others.
Benefits of White Tea
White tea is the less processed version of green tea, being collected before the flowers open. The plant’s shoots and leaves are steamed and subjected to drying, but they do not undergo fermentation – unlike green and black teas – and harvesting for tea production takes place only two days a year.
With antioxidant properties, white tea aids in cellular inflammatory processes, speeds up metabolism and helps in the elimination of body fat.
Polyphenols and other antioxidant substances help neutralize the harmful action of free radicals, preventing aging of cells and preventing various diseases.
Some researches have proven that white tea has the power to inhibit genetic mutations that can lead to cancer, in addition to helping to reduce the rates of “bad cholesterol” (LDL). The substances present in the camellia sinensis plant are also useful to strengthen the immune system and have an anti-inflammatory and anti-flu action.
The recommendation is to drink at least three cups of white tea a day, hot or cold, and preferably without sugar. Due to the presence of caffeine, it is recommended that the drink be consumed until 6 pm, to avoid problems such as insomnia.