July 2002 Issue
Green Tea Is Good For You, But Black Tea Boasts Just As Many Benefits
Americans are taking to tea in a big way, buying billions of dollars of the brewed beverage each year. Unlike coffee, mostly absolved of supposed health crimes but never touted as actually being good for you, the buzz brewing about tea is that drinking a daily cup or two may be a habit well worth forming. Could Starbucks-style tea houses be just around the corner? Green tea has long been credited with disease-preventing properties, but as more studies unfold,
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