Tea is good for you, tea is good at tea.
But a study from University of Queensland suggests that if you’re looking for the best cup of tea for your health, you should go to milk.
The study, published in the journal Food Chemistry, found that tea had fewer health benefits than milk when it comes to breast cancer and colorectal cancer.
Tea has many health benefits.
But researchers from the University of New South Wales say that milk, which is rich in protein, vitamins and minerals, can be a lot more healthy than tea.
“A cup of milk contains more than twice as much protein as a cup of green tea,” Dr Sarah Williams said.
“It’s about 80 per cent of the protein in milk, and about 50 per cent in tea.”
The researchers say that a cup is best used as a tool to choose milk, because the amount of protein in the milk is not as high as that in tea.
The researchers also say that green tea is superior to milk in terms of reducing inflammation.
“Green tea contains several compounds called flavonoids which help to reduce the inflammatory response in the colon,” Dr Williams said.
“So in this context, it’s really important that we choose green tea, especially if you are looking to reduce inflammation.”
Tea, milk and coffeeThe researchers believe that there may be other benefits of drinking tea.
For instance, they say that tea has a similar effect on the liver, which can lower inflammation.
And tea can lower the risk of liver disease and diabetes, and possibly even the risk for colon cancer.
“Tea is good in terms for weight loss, it can help to boost HDL cholesterol,” Dr Howard said.
Dr Williams said that she believes that drinking tea for tea can be healthier than drinking milk.
“For those who are lactose intolerant, tea might be a more effective alternative to milk, especially for those who have already lost a lot of weight,” she said.
But, the study also found that coffee has a greater impact on the colon than tea does.
“Coffee is a rich source of calcium, phosphorus, iron and vitamin B12, and so it has a positive effect on colon health,” Dr Ashley said.
The scientists say that the study is a great reminder that drinking more green tea could be good for your overall health.
“If you are a person who has been consuming milk for a long time and is sensitive to the sugar in it, then maybe it’s worth considering using green tea instead of milk in order to increase your intake of the nutrients it contains,” Dr Harris said.
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Topics:colonology,cancer,nutrition,healthy-eating,diet,nutrition-and-food-processing,healthypeople,australia,nsw,qldFirst posted January 07, 2021 18:07:54Contact Rachae RettcherMore stories from Queensland