Tea (rec.drink.tea) Discussion relating to tea, the world's second most consumed beverage (after water), made by infusing or boiling the leaves of the tea plant (C. sinensis or close relatives) in water.

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One cup of coffee and four cups of green tea daily lead to a lower risk of stroke. Not yet replicated on Caucasians. It would at least lead to a lower risk of sleeping through the night. Toci

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One cup of coffee and four cups of green tea daily lead to a lower risk of stroke. Not yet replicated on Caucasians. It would at least lead to a lower risk of sleeping through the night. Toci
Thanks for the info. We drinks our green tea faithfully and is nice to know the prescribed amounts and the coffee ratio. I know the Chinese folks seem to drink it all day long. I aint never seen a sick Chinese person that I can recall. It must work.
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Green tea is a very popular drink in Japan. But some people drink more than others do. Women who drink five or more 3.4-ounce cups of green tea every day cut their risk of heart disease by 31 percent compared with women who drink one or fewer 3.4-ounce cups. Men who drink this much green tea cut their heart disease risk by 22 percent.
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One cup of coffee and four cups of green tea daily lead to a lower risk of stroke. Not yet replicated on Caucasians. It would at least lead to a lower risk of sleeping through the night. Toci




I normally consumed 2 cups of coffee and and 2 cups of tea daily.


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