Some people add milk to tea, especially the stronger-flavored black and oolong teas; green tea is more commonly drunk without milk. Because the addition of something like milk has the potential to change the chemical composition of the beverage, researchers began to look at what happened to the antioxidants in the tea when milk was added. The research showed, however, that milk had no effect on the antioxidant qualities of the various teas.
by Paula5 years ago
What is the best antioxidant tea you can drink?I have seen antioxidant teas becoming more popular in the tea stores, do you recommend any in particular?
by FutureRN7 years ago
what is a good antioxidant
by Elena3 months ago
If I put sugar in Green Tea, does it spoil the benefit?(I am drinking one cup a day, but find it so bitter)
by Dr. Larry G. Martin2 years ago
Are Antioxidants deadly?In the news concerns are being discussed concerning the over use of antioxidants and a variety of supplements. (See: Antioxidants Link To Deadly Unintended Consequences," by Prof Randolf M....
by Resolver20096 years ago
Just wondered how aware my fellow hubbers are regarding antioxidants and their health benefits? Do you take vitamins and eat both fruit and vegetables?Personally, I try to include this in my way of living, as I have...
by sophia jia5 years ago
many of my friends tell me that green tea is beneficial to loss weight. and is it true?
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