Afternoon tea

Good news for tea drinkers: black or green tea can cut your risk of ovarian cancer:

“The main finding of the study was that women who drank four or more cups of tea per day – and that was any type of tea, black, green or herbal – may have a reduced risk of ovarian cancer by 30 per cent,” said QIMR’s Dr Christina Nagle.

Think I might put the kettle on.

7 responses to “Afternoon tea

  1. *phew* I can stick to the coffee and red wine then… 🙂

  2. tea is the messiah, the saviour of the world and now the saviour of my ovaries. I always knew tea was tops!

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