A physician and herbalist is talking about using a popular green tea extract to help boost immune function, but Dr. Bob Hirsch says there is still more work to be done.
Hirsch, an associate professor of integrative medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, is the author of the book “Green Tea: A Natural Medicinal Alternative to Excess Sugar, Sugar-Sweetened Beverages, and Other High-Fat, High-Sugar Beverages.”
It’s a book he says is intended for health professionals.
He said there are still a lot of questions about the health benefits of green tea.
“The idea is to use a tea that’s rich in nutrients, it’s not really a high-fat tea, it has antioxidants and it has all the things that are good for health,” he said.
Hirsh says he and his wife, Michelle, were inspired to create the Green Tea Juice Smoothie after seeing a post on the website of Dr. John Bohman, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
The smoothie is the result of an experiment in which they blended up to 3 ounces of green green tea with a 1 cup of fruit.
The couple says they did not get any benefits from drinking the green tea in the smoothie.
They also said that the smoothies flavor was strong and had a strong aftertaste.
Dr. Hirsch is now taking it upon himself to do a more extensive study on the effects of green teas on the body.HIRSH: It’s interesting, because in the last few years we’ve seen a huge number of studies about how green tea has been beneficial for people with cancer.
So I think the question is, can you actually take a green tea and drink it to actually improve your immune system?
I think the answer is, yeah.
But it’s a little bit of a different thing.
It’s an extract.
It needs to be diluted, which means you need to make sure it’s been diluted in some way.
And I think that the health claims that you’re making with this tea, like it has anti-inflammatory properties, anti-oxidants, all those sorts of things, the thing that’s really important is to know what you’re getting into.
HIRSH, MARY ANDERSON: So what are the risks?
It’s one thing to have an extract and you don’t have to drink it.
You can have an extraction and not drink it, or you can drink it and drink an extract that contains a lot more.
It could actually be a big health risk.
The biggest risk is that you could end up with a really toxic form of the green.
But I do think that there are a lot, many health benefits, and that’s the thing.
The question is what’s the dose?
The dose needs to depend on what the person is doing.
You know, the amount of green that you take could be a lot different than the amount that you should take.
So, you need an educated guess.
HIRCSH: So I just don’t think that people are getting enough information on this.
I don’t know how many studies there are out there.
I just think there are so many different health effects of drinking green tea that you just have to be patient and follow the dosage and do a lot to really know what the benefits are.
And the main thing is to do what the body is telling you to do, not what the industry says.
And if the industry wants to go ahead and market this stuff, they should go ahead.
It would be a great benefit to the industry.
I’m not necessarily saying that this stuff is good for you, but it’s just really important to have some information.
If you’re drinking it regularly, I don