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Which Tea Is for Me?

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If you're sensitive to caffeine or drink tea in the evening, you'll be heartened to know that decaffeinated tea is just as rich in antioxidants.

  • Reconsider herbs. Herbal teas are made from altogether different plants and spices -- and often contain no tea leaves at all. Fruits and spices make for flavorful alternatives, but if you want tea's antioxidant protection, be sure that tea is listed as the primary ingredient.

Sue Licher, a WebMD contributing writer from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has written about health, energy conservation, business marketing, and other subjects for a variety of publications, television programs, and web sites.

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