The healing powers of green tea just keep on coming. This is a miraculous natural food -- even a superfood -- that fights so many diseases at once that it should rightly be called a "miracle food."
New research is showing that green tea simultaneously prevents cancer, defends against heart disease, lowers blood levels of bad cholesterol, and even helps people lose weight. It's astounding: there's no prescription drug that comes even close to having such an impact, and yet green tea is far cheaper than prescription drugs to begin with.
Green tea is a phenomenal medicinal herb, and it's freely available, without a prescription, and without horrendous negative side effects. That's why so many people are turning to green tea to enhance their health and protect against chronic disease.
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