Could drinking tea reduce a risk factor cardiovascular disease?

A new large-scale study has found that drinking tea may help slow the decline of high-density lipoprotein as we age, also known as the body's "good" cholesterol.

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EGCG in Green Tea May Help Battle Alzheimer’s

EGCG, the major polyphenol in green tea, may play a role in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease, according to researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.

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Regular black tea may be relevant for cardiovascular protection

Black tea may help lower blood pressure for people with elevated levels, says a new study from Unilever R&D that adds to the potential health benefits of the beverage and its constituents.

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Consumers rally around Tea as a Healthy Beverage Choice

The new year brings a perfect opportunity to start fresh and focus on personal happiness, health and overall wellness. After the season of giving to others, the new year and new year's resolutions are about taking care of oneself—whether it's...

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10 Reasons to Drink Green Tea

Many nutrition experts contend that pure water is the most healthful thirst quencher. While that's certainly an excellent choice - and far better than fruit juices or soda, both of which can spike blood sugar and lead to weight gain...

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9 Significant Benefits of Green Tea

Humans have been drinking green tea for almost 5,000 years (as early as 2,737 BC) both as a beverage and a medicine. But do you know just how good green tea really is?

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Drinking Tea for Diabetes Prevention

The list of benefits of tea continues to grow. Learn why diabetes prevention is on that list.

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Drinking Tea, Not Coffee, Could Help You Live Longer

Drinking tea reduces non-cardiovascular mortality by 24%, reveals a study in 131 000 people presented at ESC Congress today by Professor Nicolas Danchin from France.

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Green tea can help prevent rheumatoid arthritis

Antioxidants in green tea may prevent and reduce the severity of rheumatoid arthritis, according to a study from CWRU's School of Medicine study recently published in the "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences."

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Green Tea May Zap Cancer Cells In Your Mouth

A new Pennsylvania State University study published in Molecular Nutrition and Food Research found that green tea might kill oral cancer cells — and boost healthy cells.

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