Drinking 3 or more cups of tea a day can help play a role in warding off heart disease and may also boost brain function, a major new scientific investigation has found.
A large-scale independent review of published studies and research on the potential health-benefits effects of tea, commissioned by the Tea Advisory Panel (TAP), discovered drinking black tea (regular tea with or without milk) can help play a part in helping to tackle chronic health conditions.
In the literature study, leading independent dietician and member of the Tea Advisory Panel, Dr Carrie Ruxton, reviewed existing scientific literature on black tea which is the same as regular tea.
In this video Dr Ruxton and nutritionist Lynne Garton talk about the findings.
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