Tea Drinkers Live Longer

Pop the kettle on and pour yourself a brew, because according to new scientific research, people who drink tea regularly, at least three times a week, live a longer, healthier life.
The study of 100,000 adults, published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, suggests that those who enjoyed a cup of tea regularly lived for an average of a year and a half longer.
Experts believe the connection is down to polyphenols found in the brew, which protect against heart disease and raised blood pressure. Because the body cannot store these micronutrients regular drinkers, particularly those who drink green tea, benefit the most.
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