Green tea is rich in antioxidants which are useful to improve the function of your body and brain. Apart from it, green tea also has amazing health benefits. Recently, the research led by Nagi B. Kumar of the Moffitt Cancer Center has found that an active component found in decaffeinated green tea prevented "prostate cancer development in men who have premalignant lesions”.
Prostate cancer is estimated as the second most common type of cancer in men. For the research, researchers needed to see if a one-year intervention to see if “inexperienced tea catechins might suppress prostate most cancers improvement in males who had high-grade intraepithelial neoplasia (HGPIN) or atypical small acinar proliferation (ASAP), Science 2.zero reported. They recruited almost 100 males for the research.
Researchers used inexperienced tea capsules that contained a mix of catechins that predominantly contained Epigallocatechin-Three-gallate (EGCG ) probably the most plentiful and potent catechin discovered liable for these most cancers prevention results at a dose of 200 mgs twice a day. The group that used capsules predominantly containing EGCG was in comparison with the placebo pill group over a one-year remedy interval.
The researchers analysed that "in men who only had HGPIN at the beginning of the trial, they observed a lower combined rate of ASAP and prostate cancer development with Polyophenon E”.
The findings will be presented June 1 at the 2015 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting in Chicago.