green tea good for:

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.


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green tea good for:

by teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 17:11

My sister started taking greentea to lower her chloestrol, what else is it good for????

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by teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 17:11

Sandra--

Thanks for your post.

Please visit our Tea Info page for the latest summary of tea's amazing health benefits. You may reach it directly via http://www.adagio.com/info/health_benefits.html

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by teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 17:11

CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME WHAT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GREEN TEA AND RED TEA? AND WHY ARE THEY EVEN GOOD FOR YOU.



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by teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 17:12

Tiffany--

Thanks for your post.

Please visit our Tea Info page for the latest summary of tea's amazing health benefits. You may reach it directly via http://www.adagio.com/info/health_benefits.html.

Green tea comes from the tea plant (where all black, oolong, white teas derive as well), while Red Tea comes from the Rooibos bush (a completely different plant). Here is a link with more info on Rooibos:

http://www.teamuse.com/article_040501.html

Hope this helps,

Chris
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