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    Snack on almonds, cashews or walnuts, which are packed with vitamin E, an antioxidant that helps kick pesky free-radicals out of your body and creates antibodies that fight the bacteria that make you sick.
    • Alice Wright

      To describe all of green tea's health benefits, you'd have to write a book. This simple sip is antioxidant-packed and full of flavonoids that may help reduce your risk of cancer, speed up metabolism and prevent heart disease. Drink up! A Japanese study found that those drinking five or more cups of green tea per day had a significantly lower risk of death – 23 percent for women and 12 percent for men.

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      10 amazing health benefits of drinking tea. Wow, I am way more healthy than I knew. Good for me:o)

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      Best health tips for the new year for #ITOEN: Drink lots of green tea and eat NO MEAT!

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