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The Hype Behind Green Tea — Let’s Get Real With It.

What are the benefits of green tea consumption?

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If you’re East Asian and haven’t heard of green tea, something’s up. Green tea is made from tea leaves that provide a greenish tint to the hot water that they’re steeped in. Many of the commonly known green tea types do contain Japanese names, such as sencha and matcha.

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