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Research says tea drinking lowers risk of Type 2 diabetes


According to research, drinking at least four cups of black, green or oolong teas each day has been linked with a 17% lower risk of developing Type 2 diabetes over an average period of 10 years.

CNN—According to research, drinking at least four cups of black, green or oolong teas each day has been linked with a 17% lower risk of developing Type 2 diabetes over an average period of 10 years.

One of the researchers says he would suggest people consume tea on a daily basis since only sufficient tea consumption can show clinical effects.





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