Green tea, a precious drink processes numbers of health benefit known to almost everyone in Asia and Western world.
Juvenile arthritis is an inflammatory disease affecting the synovium in children aged 16 or younger.
Further more, green tea extract also inhibited the levels of glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase, which is increased in the liver, one of major risk factor for the development of arthritis.
These results suggested that application of green tea exerted a significantly profound effect in the liver and brain of patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis through reduced over expression of oxidative stress in precipitated injury to lipids and proteins.
Some researchers suggested that by modifying the metabolic function in lipid and protein, green tea extract exhibited a strong protective effect in reduced the symptoms and progression of arthritis.
According to the study of University of Health System of green tea effect in patient with rheumatoid
arthritis, injection of green tea extract demonstrated a therapeutic effect in patients synovial fibroblast
of the lining of the tissue which surround the capsule of the joint by inhibited the production of IL-1B, a prototypic proinflammatory cytokines in response to acute and chronic inflammation. Over expression of IL-1B is associated in contribution of joint damage.
Interestingly, in the study of adolescent male Wistar rats 12-week exposure to Cd and Pb (7mg Cd and 50mg Pb in 1kg of the diet randomly assigned to 12 to each group, as positive control received without Cd, Pb and teas, a negative control group received Cd and Pb, and groups supplemented additionally with green (GT), black (BT), red (RT), and white tea (WT), researchers indicated that application of tea significant inhibits the decreased levels of the geometric(shape) and densitometric(density) parameters and total thickness of articular cartilage caused by Cd and Pb in compared to the negative control group.
Tea injection group also displayed a huge improvement in mechanical endurance, growth plate thickness, and trabecular histomorphometry depending on the tea type.
Due to limitation of the study, Dr. Tomaszewska E, the lead researcher said, " It is difficult to indicate which tea has the best protective effects on bone and hyaline cartilage against heavy metal action".
More importantly, in the examine some major factors in contributed to the juvenile arthritis, green tea rich in catechins (Healthya green tea) in animal study restored these biomarkers of cytokine genes (IL-1A, IL-2, IFN-alpha, FGF-alpha, TNF-alpha) to near normal levels, thus preventing or attenuating the development of a certain type of inflammatory arthritis.
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(1) Green tea extract improves the oxidative state of the liver and brain in rats with adjuvant-induced arthritis by de Almeida Gonçalves G1, de Sá-Nakanishi AB, Wendt MM, Comar JF, Bersani Amado CA, Bracht A, Peralta RM.(PubMed)
(2) (Alteration in bone geometric and mechanical properties, histomorphometrical parameters of trabecular bone, articular cartilage, and growth plate in adolescent rats after chronic co-exposure to cadmium and lead in the case of supplementation with green, black, red and white tea by Tomaszewska E1, Dobrowolski P2, Winiarska-Mieczan A3, Kwiecień M3, Tomczyk A4, Muszyński S5, Radzki R4.(PubMed)