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Jan 25, 2013
Scientists found that tea made from coffee plant leaves may be healthier than tea or coffee.

The brew, which tastes less bitter than tea and not as strong as coffee, has less caffeine than tea or coffee, but contains high levels of compounds that lower the risk of diabetes and heart disease.
Research from the UK and France suggests that brewed coffee plant leaves shelter more cancerfighting antioxidants than tea or coffee and contain high levels of mangiferin, which is believed to have anti-inflammatory effects. Mangiferin is also known to lower blood cholesterol and protect neurons in the brain. The infusion is already being consumed in places such as Ethiopia, South Sudan and Indonesia.


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