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Green Tea Isn’t an Antioxidant After All

But it’s still good for you

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Article via LabRoots

Green tea has long been touted as the elixir of youth — high concentrations of chemicals called polyphenols were believed to have powerful antioxidant effects, promoting wellness.

However, a new study has revealed new, contradictory insights on green tea’s impact on a cellular level. Previously…

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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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