2nd Feature

May 1999 Issue

Tea For Two-Green And Black Brew Offer Health Benefits, Say Experts

How would you like your antioxidants? Peeled, sliced, shredded-or brewed? A current magazine ad from Lipton depicts tea on a par with fruits and vegetables. Could tea possibly be that good for you? Research suggests the answer may be yes, even though as the ad points out, tea is no substitute for fruits and vegetables.

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