Thursday, 21 December 2017
A daily cup of tea slashes the risk of developing a serious eye condition, research suggests.
People who drink a cup of hot tea at least once a day are 74% less likely to be diagnosed with glaucoma - a severe eye problem which affects 600,000 people in Britain.
But coffee, iced tea and soft drinks do not seem to make any difference, the researchers found.
The researchers, whose work is published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology, asked 10,000 people in the US about their diet and health, and 1,678 of them also had full eye tests.
My 2 cents:
Whenever I have an upset stomach, I will normally drive a cup of hot black tea. It will make my stomach ok again.