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March 18, 2007

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Mary R

Hmm...maybe I should switch to drinking green tea when it's time to study. Thanks for the info, I hadn't heard anything about this study before.

Green tea

Great article on L-Theanine, i ve been utilizing the natural properties of green teas for years now. While L-Theanine, is great for mental benefits there are host of other benefits which come along with green tea. For instance the polyphenols inside of green teas, wu-yi teas, and oolong teas are great for emulsification of triglycerides(fat). Green tea is also well know for its anti-oxidising cancer fighting power. I wrote a follow up article for this in my blog for anyone who wants for information . Hope this helps

Chuck

It's unbelievable how many benefits tea has. I recommend drinking as much as possible!

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