How green tea helps pre­vent and elim­i­nate can­cer

(Nat­u­ral­News) Researchers at Seoul National Uni­ver­sity Hos­pi­tal in South Korea are cur­rently test­ing green tea’s abil­ity to lower colon can­cer risk. Nearly 200 patients who had benign growths removed will be given either the equiv­a­lent of nine cups of green tea in the form of an extract pill or no such treat­ment at all.

The test­ing stems from the idea that green tea plays a role in keep­ing can­cer­ous cells at bay and that it may pre­vent polyps, which could be a pre­cur­sor to colon can­cer. The study also draws on find­ings from pre­vi­ous stud­ies that demon­strate the drink’s pow­er­ful health benefits.

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