How to live longer: The warm drink shown to reduce risk of heart disease and cancer

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How to live longer: The warm drink shown to reduce risk of heart disease and cancer

Drinking tea often, especially white or green tea, might help ward off cancer too.Research suggests that white tea, for example, could be the most

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Drinking tea often, especially white or green tea, might help ward off cancer too.

Research suggests that white tea, for example, could be the most effective in fighting various types of cancer as it is high in antioxidants.

While green tea might have a positive impact on liver, prostate, breast, and colorectal tumours.

“Prevention of oxidative stress, modulation of carcinogen metabolism, and prevention of DNA damage have been suggested as possible cancer preventive mechanisms for tea and tea polyphenols,” a study by the State University of New Jersey concluded.



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