Green tea is a popular beverage processed many health benefits, including a reduction in the risks of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. However, excessive green tea drinking or overused of supplement over the long term can induce serious side effects.
In other words, excessive consumption of green tea a day may increase the risk of infertility, regardless of genders.
According to 2008 reports by the US Pharmacopeia, there are a number of cases of cytolytic and cholestatic liver damage associated with long term use or high usage of green tea products.
The Sapienza University of Rome, in the statement of hepatotoxicity of green tea, suggested, although there are many cases of green tea was found to cause liver toxicity, due to reactions induced by GT had a generally long latency (179.1 ± 58.95 days), but most patents were recovered within 2 - 3 months.
If you are taking a green tea supplement, please follow the direction of the product carefully.
The University of California liver health team in the concern of green tea may increase the risk of male infertility, examined On finding a natural ingredient for the improvement of reproductive health with no side effects, researchers examined the green tea reproductive activity in Drosophila melanogaster.
The study included Drosophila melanogaster embryos and larvae exposed to various doses of green tea polyphenols (GTP).
Taken all together, overdoses green tea and green tea supplements may have a negative impact in reproductive organs, regardless of gender, pending to the validation of larger sample and multicenter human study.
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(1) The impact of green tea polyphenols on development and reproduction in Drosophila melanogaster. (PMC)
(2) Green tea polyphenols extend the lifespan of male drosophila melanogaster while impairing reproductive fitness by Lopez T1, Schriner SE, Okoro M, Lu D, Chiang BT, Huey J, Jafari M.(PubMed)
(3) Hepatotoxicity of green tea: an update by Mazzanti G1, Di Sotto A, Vitalone A.(PubMed)