Study: Green tea associated with reduced age-related disabilities

02/6/2012 | Reuters

A study of adults ages 65 and older found those who drank at least five cups of green tea each day were one-third less likely to develop functional disabilities, compared with seniors who consumed less than one cup, Japanese researchers reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Green tea contains antioxidants but the researchers said it was unclear why it may help prevent disabilities.

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