Is too much of these for long periods of time beneficial?
Green Tea Benefits:
Lower Cancer Risk: breast, lung, colon, prostate, cervical, ovarian, mesothelioma, esophageal, stomach.
Prevent Heart Disease: lowers cholesterol, prevents artery blockages, lowers blood pressure.
Speed Up Weight Loss: fat blocker, boost metabolism, increase endurance, anti-fatigue.
Protect Brain Function: memory, stroke, Alzheimer's, Parkinsons.
Defend Immune System: flu, salmonella, common cold, HIV-AIDS.
More Health Conditions Improved: including anti-aging, acne, allergies, body odor, sleep apnea, osteoporosis.
Coffee appears to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, heart disease, diabetes mellitus type 2, cirrhosis of the liver, and gout.
According Researcher Serge Renaud and his colleagues from the University of Bordeaux, moderate wine consumption reduces death rate because of all causes by 30%.
Heart related death rates can decrease by 35%. Cancer related deaths can be reduced by 18-24% by wine.
Researchers at the University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland have found out how wine reduces the risks of strokes. According to researchers Dr. Wilhelm Vetter and his colleagues, alcohol present in the wine is beneficial when taken during meal time. It reduces the growth of pathways to the heart called arteries by 20%. Growth in the size of these pathways can cause heart attacks and strokes.
A similar study on the same topic by Israeli researcher Fuhrman and his colleagues found that drinking red wine along with meal reduces a harmful substance called LDL cholesterol by 20%. Rise in this substance indicate higher fat levels in the body.
A Dutch study reports that the same practice of drinking red wine along with meals stops clotting of blood in the pathways to the heart.
Researcher Gary Curhan and his colleagues from Harvard University conducted a study on 81,000 nurses. They wanted to know the impact of different beverages like tea, coffee, fruit juices, wine, water etc on their health. Out of the 17 beverages included in the study, wine was found to reduce the risk of kidney stone formation by 50%. This finding was again confirmed by researcher Curhan and colleagues in 1996 when they found that wine consumption reduces the risks of kidney stone formation by 39%.
A 16 years of research study by Dutch researcher Dr. Thomas Truelsen of Copen-hagen University Hospital, reports that moderate consumption of wine reduces the risks of strokes.
Research study on wine in Italy concluded that light to moderate wine consumption do not allow the build up of fats in the pathways of heart.
A team of researchers from the University of Illinois has found that a compound called resveratrol can stop the growth of cancer cells in humans.
Would having all three of these daily for a long period of time be triple beneficial or would the combination not mix well and be worse for you?