Saturday, July 18, 2009

Green tea reduces stroke risk—yet more evidence

Researchers at Australia's Curtin University of Technology have published research results that show that green tea reduces the risk of stroke--specifically ischemic stroke, which accounts for 83 percent of all cases of stroke.


This follows on the heels of other findings also demonstrating the stroke-reducing effects of green tea.


Perhaps from now on it would be easier to report on the ailments that green tea does not help prevent or cure.



How 'bout a nice cup of green tea?


—Mellow Monk


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