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"There's plenty of proof that green tea is helpful in warding off illness and disease. Last year scientists at the Institute of Food Research in Norwich suggested that beneficial polyphenols in green tea act on a key signalling molecule that helps to reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Other evidence suggests that 600 to 900 mg a day of the polyphenols in green tea (about 3 cups a day) is helpful in the prevention of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and in aiding weight loss." from The Times 12 November 2016.
"Peppermint tea has been linked to many health improvements. Most recently it was found to improve memory. A study by Dr Mark Moss at Northumbria University found that peppermint tea enhanced and aroused mood and cognition, helping to improve long-term and working memory. "We found that those people who had drunk peppermint tea had better long-term memory," says Dr Moss, and could "remember more words and pictures that they had seen." Naturepaths often recommend peppermint tea for improved digestion, it can also help to reduce stress." from The Times 12 November 2016.