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Lose Weight and Live Longer With Green Tea! Entering Green Tea into our database of Life Expectancy Super Foods is hardly a surprise. The health benefits have been so extensively researched the scientific community's awareness of its potential benefits are well known. Thousands of studies on the benefits of Green Tea can be found in the Pub Med database alone. The evidence could not be more convincing, in our view, that Green Tea drinkers have lower risk for a wide range of diseases, from simple bacterial or viral infections to chronic degenerative conditions including cardiovascular disease, cancer, stroke, periodontal disease, and osteoporosis. The latest studies provide an even deeper understanding of the ways in which green tea benefits your health.

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