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There is good news for all tea drinkers. According to recent research, tea has enough health benefits for it to be included in the list of foods that constitute a healthy lifestyle.
All teas are made from the leaves or buds of the plant camellia sinensis and differ in their processing – some are fermented, others are not.
Here is a look at five different kinds of teas and their health benefits: Continue reading