Green Tea for Heart Health

A study published in the journal, Nutrition, sought to assess the effects of green tea on metabolic syndrome and inflammation in obese adults. It was found that green tea did not alter any biomarkers of metabolic syndrome or inflammation. It was determined that green tea reduced levels of amyloid alpha levels, which are thought to be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. These results suggest that although green tea may not have any effect on the features of metabolic syndrome, it does appear that it may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.1

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COVID-19 Announcement

To Our Acupuncture Atlanta Community

As Georgia starts to reopen, Acupuncture Atlanta is committed to providing quality care and helping you stay healthy in this environment defined by a new normal. Acupuncture at its core is a preventative modality and our practitioners are here to work with you and design a treatment plan that is suitable for your specific needs.

The clinic will resume treatments on May 7th with limited hours and new guidelines. Please check the Book Appointment page for available days and time slots, or call us. 

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·      Provide disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizers

·      Practitioners will wear protective masks and gloves

·      Use disposable paper sheets

·      Treatment tables and other surfaces will be sanitized after each patient.

·      Appointments will be spread out to allow time for sanitizing treatment rooms

·      Minimize the number of people waiting in the front lobby

 

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