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Green Tea May Not Be So Healthy After All

Health & Wellness  (tags: Green Tea )

- 1857 days ago -
Green tea has been touted for its fat-blocking abilities, its antioxidant properties, and its role in reducing the risk of stroke. But a new report published this week by shows that not all green tea is the same.

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Carol H (229)
Thursday May 23, 2013, 3:38 pm
noted, thank you Tomoko

Yvette Fouche (1)
Thursday May 23, 2013, 4:14 pm
As always, as soon as an information is out people want to believe they have found a super cure for something and some unscrupulous business people see the money they can get from selling that product. Nobody is ready to wait years for more researches to be done. As a result, fashionable trends develop until finally, we realize how wrong was the initial belief.
Too many people are far too gullible.

Julie E (405)
Thursday May 23, 2013, 4:39 pm
And it could be that this article is not based on any facts. Green tea has been around for hundred's if not thousands of years. I haven't heard of green tea hurting anyone. I've never used it for medicinal purposes.

Past Member (0)
Thursday May 23, 2013, 5:03 pm
Hmmm...this is the 1st time I've heard anything negative on Green Tea. But then again every brand is of a different there will always be superior-inferior ones...such is the case with all in life!! Thx Tomoko
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