A powerful anticancer molecule is present in this type of tea

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A powerful anticancer molecule is present in this type of tea

Epicatechin is an anti-inflammatory and also antioxidant molecule that can be found in a variety of highly prized tea, in addition to other foods that we will mention below.

Green tea contains epicatechin, an antioxidant polyphenol whose peculiarity is that it acts by inducing oxidative stress in cancer cells and does so selectively. This is so according to the research carried out by researchers from the Higher School of Medicine of the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico, specifically its Molecular Oncology and Oxidative Stress Laboratory.

In addition to green tea, black grapes and cocoa also contain epicatechin, which was already known to protect against cardiovascular accidents, regulating hypertension and increasing capillarity. When this molecule is combined with some compounds used in chemotherapy, it increases the effect of these (Tamoxifen and Taxol), which does not require a too high dose of them.

Before deciding to drink high amounts of green tea or cocoa, evaluate your particular case, since you have to consider whether your tension may be affected or if you should take too many calories.

The benefit of any food or drink in relation to a particular person or even in relation to certain organs of that person (always on an energy level), can be verified using a quality radionics device. The general vitality of a subject (or organ) is measured and then it is checked whether said general vitality increases or decreases when the drink or food to be studied is incorporated.

This measurement can be done almost instantaneously and can give us a clue as to what is appropriate or not to maintain or improve a good vibratory state.

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