Google Doodle honours famed Japanese Green Tea researcher Michiyo Tsujimura; Here's why tea is good for you
With a Doodle, Google commemorated Michiyo Tsujimura's 133rd birthday, a Japanese educator and scientist whose study centred on the components of green tea. Tsujimura was the first woman in Japan to receive a PhD in agriculture.
According to the researcher, Green tea has a lot of Vitamin C, which is the first molecular component detected in it. Tsujimura is seen in the Google Doodle working on her tea-related scientific projects. Tsujimara was also able to identify the elements that contributed to the bitterness of green tea. In 1950, Tsujimara became the first Dean of Tokyo Women's Higher Normal School's Faculty of Home Economics. In Okegawa City, a stone plaque honouring her achievements may be found.
It cushions us from many chronic ailments due to its anti-viral, anti-bacterial properties, ability to prevent cell damage, delay ageing, and endless other beneficial properties.
Weight loss: According to studies, substituting a soda with 1-2 cups of green tea per day saves 50,000 calories a year. If you drink this nutritious beverage instead of colas, you'll save a lot of calories on your road to weight loss. Furthermore, the benefit of an increased metabolism from green tea drinking is an added plus that aids in fat loss.
Averts health risks: Green tea polyphenols help to destroy malignant cells and stop them from spreading. As a result of its potent anti-carcinogenic effects, it lowers the risk of cancer in the bladder, colon, lung, prostate, breast, skin, stomach, and ovary.
Helps to feel calm: Green tea contains L-theanine, which boosts serotonin (the happy hormone) and dopamine levels. As a result, it aids in the relaxation of the mind, the feeling of peace, and the promotion of attentiveness. It works as both a stress reliever and a focus enhancer. It lowers the chances of developing neurodegenerative illnesses, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.