Many people can’t start the day without a nice hot cuppa tea but now there is another reason to enjoy your tea. Research has found that drinking tea can cut the risk of ovarian Cancer.
And best of all, it can be any tea variety from black, green or herbal.
These findings emerged from a QLD Institute of Medical Research study in Australia where they looked at the food and lifestyle habits of 2700 women, half of whom had a history of ovarian cancer.
The key difference between the two groups was the tea intake. Women who drank four or more cups of tea per day may have reduced the risk of ovarian cancer by 30 per cent. Exactly how it reduces the cancer risk is being explored in the US as we speak.