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Black Tea vs. Green Tea: Which is Healthier?

If you sip tea you’re already doing your body and health a great service. But when it comes to deciphering which is healthier between black tea vs. green tea, let’s look to the experts to find out which brew offers the most nutritional benefits…


1. The Nutritional Value of Tea

When it comes to tea of all kinds, the showstoppers are the antioxidants within, particularly a specific type of antioxidant known as polyphenols. For those who don’t know, antioxidants are molecules that block the oxidation and production of free radicals.

Free radicals come from things like environmental pollution and cigarette smoke and damage DNA while also contributing to diseases, like cancer. But which tea—black or green delivers more killer antioxidant powers per sip?

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