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Black Tea For Fighting Diabetes?

Long known for its antioxidants, immune boosting and high blood pressure lowering properties, black tea might also play a role in controlling diabetes.

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Green Tea Good For Gums

Regularly sipping on a cup of green tea may help to keep your mouth healthy and your dentist happy.

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Black Tea Soothes Stress

Tea drinking can help you recover more quickly from the stresses of everyday life, according to chilled out researchers in the UK.

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I'll Take Mine Without Milk, Thanks

Tea is good for the cardiovascular system - as long as you don't add milk.

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Tea Totals Diabetes

Tea drinking may be a simple, inexpensive means of preventing diabetes and its complications, according to new research.

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Top 10 Cancer-Fighting Foods

Cancer is a word that strikes fear into all of us. So what foods can we eat to reduce our risk of suffering from any form of cancer?

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Tea Leaves Lower Blood Pressure

Regular tea drinking may have a favourable effect on blood pressure in older women, Australian researchers discovered.

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Drink Your Greens

Green tea's cancer-fighting credentials just improved. It is even more potent and varied than scientists suspected.

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Clean Up Cholesterol

Could a cup of tea help reduce your cholesterol? Research suggests a green tea extract could do just that.

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Steep Yourself In Green Tea

Forget the bath full of milk for shimmery skin. Try green tea instead.

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Tea Combats Colon Cancer

Evidence suggests that drinking moderate amounts of green or ‘white' tea might protect against colon tumours about as well as a prescription drug.

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Tea Helps Heart Attack Patients

The more tea you drink the less likely you are to die after a heart attack, according to new research. Hmm, better put the kettle on.

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Have A Cuppa, Reduce Your Cancer Risk

A type of antioxidant found in tea may reduce the risk of suffering from stomach and throat cancers by up to 50 per cent, according to American and Chinese research.

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Healthy To A Tea

Green tea may be the flavour of the moment when it comes to a brewing up a cuppa but when it comes to health, don't ditch the black variety.

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