Tea contains no sodium, fat, carbonation, or sugar and is virtually calorie-free. Thousands of published studies in leading medical journals support the potential health benefits of drinking tea. The major bioactive compounds in tea, called flavonoids, have been linked with the beverage's healthful properties. In fact, the December 2013 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published 12 studies about tea's role in cardiovascular health, cancer prevention, metabolism and brain function.

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Posted 1/8/2015

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