Tea Reduces Cancer Risk

Researchers from the National Institute of Environmental Medicine in Stockholm, Sweden studied the association between tea consumption and ovarian cancer in some 61,000 women ages 40-76. They observed a 46 percent lower risk of ovarian cancer in those who consumed two or more cups per day compared to non-drinkers. Additionally, they found an 18 percent lower risk for each additional cup consumed each day.

Tea and Ovarian Cancer Risk

The benefits of cutting out sodas and sugary drinks in favor of tea is growing in documented support. Try sweetening your tea with natural stevia (in small amounts) as well, for additional benefits such as stronger teeth, increased heart muscle strength, and additional chromium in the diet (which helps control blood sugar!)

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