Sunday, July 10, 2011

The Best Tea

I love drinking a cup of hot or ice tea.  According to an article in the December 2011 issue of Better Home and Gardens, the next time your thirsting for tea, try skipping the bottled stuff and brew your own.  Most commercially bottled teas contain fewer antioxidant polyphenols than home-steeped varieties.  These findings were from a preliminary finding presented at a meeting of the American Chemical Society.  Scientists tested six brands of bottled tea and found that five contained less than 45 mg of polyphenols per 16-oz. bottle.  On the other hand, a home-brewed cup of green or black tea typically contains 50-150 mg of polyphenols. 


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