Back in Black: The Healthiest Food Hue

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Back in Black: The Healthiest Food Hue

For food that packs a healthful punch, go to the dark side.

Green, white and red tea are great, but the theaflavins, a great anti-inflammatory to help reduce muscle soreness post-workout, found in black tea are unrivaled. Researchers at the Netherlands National Institute of Public Health found that regular consumption of black tea could help reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack. The high flavonoids, phytonutrients with antioxidant benefits, in black teal can help reduce the production of LDL (“bad cholesterol”), which often lead to heart attack and stroke.


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