Tea linked to reduced risk of cancer, heart disease and dementia, study finds

DDrinking tea is linked to a reduced risk of cancer, heart disease and dementia, a group of experts have found.

According to a symposium led by the US Tea Council, the hot beverage owes its health benefits largely to flavonoids, a compound found in both herbal teas and herbal teas.

The natural antioxidants found in flavonoids provide bioactive compounds that help neutralize free radicals that can damage things in the body, such as genetic material and lipids, and contribute to chronic disease.

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