FOOD SUPPLEMENTS: THEIR EFFECTS ON THE BODY
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Reported to contain a variety of antioxidants and to offer protection against cancer, heart
disease and stroke in animals. M. Gaynor, MD, Cornell Univ. Cancer Prevention Center; J. Klaunig, PhD, Division of Toxicology Indiana Univ. Black tea, which is oxidized green tea, is not as effective. Oolong tea is only partially oxidized and would be more effective than black tea.
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