ingredient information
Tea Green Decaffeinated
All varieties of tea come from the leaves of a single plant, which contains some of the most powerful antioxidants known. The difference between green and black tea is simply one of fermentation. To protect itself, the body makes and uses antioxidants to scavenge and neutralize free radicals believed to contribute to aging and diseases including cancer. Tea contains antioxidant polyphenols called catechins. Green tea contains the highest levels of catechins, followed by oolong and black teas. Other studies have shown catechins halt tumor cells and protect healthy cells from damage