Green tea is taken from the camellia sinensis plant. The leaves contain potent levels of several types of polyphenols, in particular flavonoids. The most potent flavonoids in green tea include the catechin epigallocatechingallate. This is thought to help neutralise free-radicals and protect DNA, vital organs and tissues throughout the body.
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