It appears to depend on whether you add lemon
Bergamot oil contains a phytonutrient that may be beneficial.
Black tea it also from the tea plant, but it’s been processed, so green is better but, there there are two types of green tea, that is two types of unprocessed leaves of the tea plant: tea from mature leaves, known as green tea, and tea from young leaves, known as white tea, because of the little white hairs on the immature leaves.
It turns out it seems to depend on whether you add lemon or not. If you drink your tea without lemon, green appears preferable to white, but if you add lemon, the white tea jumps ahead. It turns out while there may be more phytonutrients in the white tea, they may only be released at the right pH. Regardless of which tea you drink, though, adding lemon boosts the nutrition.
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