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Animals In Print
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From 28 January 2007 Issue

Tea Provides Benefits, but Don't Use Milk

"If you're looking for the benefits of tea, researchers say
'hold the milk.' Studies show that drinking tea can help
reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, but German
scientists say adding milk to your tea eliminates those
protective benefits. The study shows that certain proteins
in milk actually decreases the compounds of tea that boost
the fight against heart disease."

Robert Cohen (i4crob@earthlink.net)
http://www.notmilk.com

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