Green Tea

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Green tea has been famed as a health beverage for thousands of years, and the tea’s high concentration of catechins and other antioxidant compounds are certainly the explanation. Catechins can ruthlessly seek out cancerous cells and induce apoptosis (automatic cell death), which can slow down the spread of cancer or even reverse the effects. Green tea is one of the most readily available tea varieties on the planet, and has a wide range of other health benefits, including speeding up healing and recovery from chronic illnesses like ovarian cancer. Protection Status
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