Doctor's Note

This is the final video of my four-part series about the latest discoveries on tea. See Antimutagenic Activity of Green Versus White TeaIs Caffeinated Tea Dehydrating? and Treating Gorlin Syndrome With Green Tea for parts 1-3. This reminds me of the experiment that involved rubbing what is perhaps the Biggest Nutrition Bang for Your Buck, on the skin—broccoli sprouts. For more on cervical cancer, see Poultry and Penis CancerAmla Versus Cancer Cell Growth; and Cancer-Fighting Berries. For more on wart viruses, see Wart Cancer Viruses in Food, and Pets & Human Lymphoma. That will probably close out my tea review until next year’s batch of articles—I can’t wait to see what’s next! 

For more context, check out my associated blog posts, Is Caffeinated Tea Really Dehydrating?Foods That May Block Cancer Formation; and Why Do Vegan Women Have Fewer Female Cancers?

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