Studies show tea reduce the incidence of heart disease
the scientific study of the distribution and determinants of the disease have shown that increased polyphenol intake could reduce the incidence of heart disease.
In these studies, tea was identified as a major source of polyphenol intake.
The first large-scale epidemiological Study showed the beneficial effect of tea drinking on heart disease by Dutch scientists in 1993.
They found that polyphenol intake has an inverse relationship to the incidence of myocardial infarction (heart attack). In the same study, black tea was identified as the main source of dietary polyphenol.
In recent times many other similar studies in different parts of the world have shown the beneficial effect of tea in preventing heart disease.