5 best reasons to drink tea
from MSN Health
Tea is hot: Americans downed more than 3 billion gallons of it in 2010. Worldwide, tea is the most widely consumed beverage after water. And a daily cup or two confers surprising health benefits, research shows. "There's been a lot of research about tea's beneficial compounds," says integrative nutritionist Beth Reardon of Duke University. "For example, it's one of the richest sources of antioxidants you can consume." The following are five tea benefits worth lifting your teacup to, which include providing tea and gum protection.
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