Women who drink tea may be protecting themselves from a build-up of artery-clogging plaque, so lowering their risk for heart disease and stroke, findings from a French study suggest.
Black tea, long known for its antioxidants, immune boosting and antihypertensive properties, could have another health benefit.
Drinking tea is actually better for you than drinking water. Water is essentially replacing fluid. Tea replaces fluids and contains antioxidants so its got two things going for it.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Elderly men and women who sip on several cups of green tea a day may be less likely to have the blues, hint findings of a study from Japan.
A recent study has shown that green tea may have an added benefit not thoroughly investigated before—controlling blood sugar levels.
A cup of green tea a day keeps obesity away has become the latest motto of obese people. There is no surprise at all attached to it. Obese people have plenty of good options to lose weight.
For the first time, scientists have confirmed how certain healthful compounds in green tea are indeed absorbed by the lens, retina, and other eye tissues.
Elderly adults who regularly drink green tea may stay more agile and independent than their peers over time, according to a Japanese study that covered thousands of people.
New evidence suggests that drinking the increasingly popular green tea may provide some relief to allergy sufferers.
A new study from the University of Michigan Health System suggests that a compound in green tea may provide therapeutic benefits to people with rheumatoid arthritis.