There's Something to Be Said for Having 'Tea Bones'
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- Scientific research has shown that caffeine consumption increases the risk
of osteoporosis, but a new study shows that tea may actually offer a protective
effect against the disease.
- In a British study, women who consumed tea had significantly greater bone
mineral density when compared to non-tea drinkers.
- Researchers suspect that substances in tea can mimic the effects of
estrogen in protecting bones.
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