Green tea is a very healthy drink, as it contains high amounts of antioxidants that reduce the risk of cancer and disease. It has also been shown to reduce cholesterol, improve blood flow and prevent cell damage. More »

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Green tea boasts several health benefits, including reducing blood sugar and cholesterol, warding off atherosclerosis, protecting against certain types of cancer, reducing symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease and prote... More »

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While Lipton green tea can be healthy, it is the green tea leaves themselves, not the pre-made bottled drink, that have amazing health benefits. Many of the anti-oxidants found in tea leaves are barely found in the bottl... More »

Green tea is a good source of antioxidants called polyphenols, which may protect against cancer and heart disease, according to MedlinePlus. Green tea also improves mental alertness because of its caffeine content. Some ... More »

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Green tea has many benefits, including decreasing the chances that a person develops heart disease, cancer and arthritis, as stated by WebMD. Drinking green tea is also good for weight loss. More »

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Green tea increases the body's ability to burn fat. The tea boosts the body's metabolic rate. According to Authority Nutrition, green tea does not have this effect on everyone, so fat-burning potential by green tea consu... More »

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Green tea does contain caffeine. An 8-ounce serving of brewed green tea can contain 24 to 45 milligrams of caffeine. However, other types of teas and coffee can have a higher quantity of caffeine. More »

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