Black Tea and Cancer Protection
Scientists Identify Black Tea’s Anti-Cancer Secret
Numerous studies have suggested that regular consumption of black tea is protective against a host of human cancers. Now scientists think they know why.
Protection against Heart Disease
Tea may also help reduce the risk of heart disease:
Black Tea Benefit
Prepared Foods August 9, 2004 enewsletter
According to published research from Japan, “Epidemiologic studies suggest that tea consumption decreases the risk for cardiovascular events. However, there has been no clinical report examining the effects of tea consumption on coronary circulation.”
Drinking tea may lower bad cholesterol—USDA study
Black tea consumption may lower bad cholesterol levels and could one day be used to help reduce the chance of heart disease for those at risk, U.S. researchers said on Tuesday.
Black Tea Consumption Reduces Total and LDL Cholesterol in Mildly Hypercholesterolemic Adults
We assessed the effects of black tea consumption on lipid and lipoprotein concentrations in mildly hypercholesterolemic adults.
Black tea may lower heart disease risks
That tea bag soaking in your cup could be brewing up a longer, healthier life, researchers report.
Heart Attack Recovery
Studies published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and the Journal of The American Heart Association are supporting the idea that drinking tea may help in recovery after a heart attack.
Tea And Cardiovascular Health
Tea Coucil of the USA
For years, research in populations has suggested that tea drinking is associated with improved cardiovascular health.
Tea Helps Hearts Heal
Tea Helps Hearts Heal Excerpt by Kathleen Doheny, HealthScoutNews – PreventDisease.com
Heavy tea drinkers — whether they like it black, green, hot or cold — are more likely to survive a heart attack than those who don’t sip the healthy brew.
Heart Attack Patients May Benefit From Drinking Tea
Harvard Medical School Office of Public Affairs
Drinking tea on a regular basis may help protect patients with existing cardiovascular disease, according to a study in the May 7 issue of Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, which finds that tea consumption is associated with an increased rate of survival following a heart attack.
Steeped in research: Tea linked to survival after heart attack
American Heart Association
Drinking lots of tea may reduce a person’s risk of dying after a heart attack, according to a report in today’s rapid access issue of Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.
Antigens in tea-beverage prime human V2V2 T cells in vitro and in vivo for memory and nonmemory antibacterial cytokine responses
Research suggests that tea may prime human T cells that then can provide natural resistance to infections and perhaps tumors
Tea Provides Nearly 90 Percent of the Flavonoid Antioxidants Per Capita in U.S. Diet
Not only is tea refreshing and soothing, new research suggests that it may be a major contributor of health- promoting nutrients in the U.S. diet.