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2007/06/14 21:10:48 (permalink)
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Health article in sun

Can anyone put a few things straight for me

It said green tea stained teeth and that tetley black tea had just as many antioxidants.

Prunes were better and had just as many antioxidants as goji berries too!?
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    1ManRiot
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:12:05 (permalink)
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    Health article in sun

    Says it all!
    Not 100% sure about either to be honest. Neither would worry me too much either way!

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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:24:38 (permalink)
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    As far as i know there has been a fair bit of studying on the different 'teas', and the outcome is that black tea does actually have higher anti-oxidant levels than green tea.

    I would have thought the opposite though to be honest, especially with black tea being more 'processed'.
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:27:27 (permalink)
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    well i have a blend of both so there
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:29:20 (permalink)
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    The issue was about the teeth staining and the high cost of goji berries.

    Would anyone else recommend black tea for anti oxidant purposes then?
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:33:21 (permalink)
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    Get some cranberries mate, they have loads of anti-oxidants.
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    darkershade
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:36:26 (permalink)
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    I love cranberries.

    Is there anything exclusively in goji berries that you can't get from other foods. Just they are hyped to be the best source of antioxidant, give and energy kick, boost libido etc!?
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:38:09 (permalink)
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    if you want all of those benefits have a square of 85% pure cocoa chocolate full of antioxidants and is a libido booster too
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:52:10 (permalink)
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    whered you read this, im interested
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:53:07 (permalink)
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    have a read up on pure cocoa mate
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:53:37 (permalink)
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    Bit chocolate is highly processed, so are you sure it applys?
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/14 21:54:50 (permalink)
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    i never said cadburys chocolate mate i said 85% cocoa chocolate, and im talking about 1 square here which is 10g less than 65 cals
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/15 09:22:23 (permalink)
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    You mean places like montezumas and green and blacks chocolate?

    That's why I love christmas, my girlfriends parents always get me some really nice dark chocolate
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    RE: Health article in sun 2007/06/15 09:45:15 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: $loth

    You mean places like montezumas and green and blacks chocolate?

    That's why I love christmas, my girlfriends parents always get me some really nice dark chocolate


    wink wink maybe there telling u some thing! lol! Joke!

    nice dark choc is much better than crappy milk!
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