Super Foods - Tea

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Dr. Reeja Tharu
Medically Reviewed by The Medindia Medical Review Team  on Jan 03, 2017
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Tea : The Chinese Legacy

Nutritional qualities

Taken on its own, tea has no calories. However, when milk is added to it, as enjoyed by 98% of the population, it can provide a number of vitamins and minerals. It has flavonoids and antioxidant powers. These help to provide it with cancer fighting qualities. 

Flavonoids Green Tea 
(average/ 100g)
Black Tea 
(average/ 100g)
Catechins 14.2 g 4.0 g 
Theaflavins - 0.94
TOTAL POLYPHENOLS
(others included)* 
16.0  15.6

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