Green tea is a precious drink processed numbers of health benefit and known to almost everyone in Asia and Western world.
Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic condition characterized by muscle and soft tissue pain, affecting over 10 million (3.6% of the population) people in US alone.
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of these patients revealed a significant greater activity in pain sensitive areas of the brain in response to cutaneous stimuli, which may be another evidence for a physiological explanation for FM pain.
Taken together, green tea and its bioactive polyphenols may be considered as a function food in ameliorated serum alpha1-Antitrypsin (AAT) deficiency effect in initiated the onset of fibromyalgia. However, intake of green tea supplement should be taken with extreme care due to recent medical reports of acute liver toxicity.
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(1) alpha1-Antitrypsin and fibromyalgia: new data in favour of the inflammatory hypothesis of fibromyalgia by Blanco LE1, de Serres FJ, Fernańdez-Bustillo E, Kassam DA, Arbesú D, Rodríguez C, Torre JC.(PubMed)
(3) Chronic Inflammatory Diseases and Green Tea Polyphenols by Helieh S. Oz(PubMed Central Canada)