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Author: mpkear Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 744743  
Subject: Re: Latte and Life Date: 3/28/2001 10:07 PM
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One thing I did find out though is that you have to drink lots of it; and drink it every day.

This should go on the Health and Nutrition board, but since I regularly post there it should also go here. All potential RE's and all others should strive to be healthy.

That being said, Art or anyone else who knows. How much green tea is enough. It seems I've read you should drink between 4 and 5 cups a day. I manage 2 and at the most 3 a day. I've developed a liking for green tea so if I knew for certain that it would really help me I would attempt to drink more. Any thoughts.

Hmmm, just finished a Beck's dark. Not as healthy as tea but it sure tastes good.

Mark :-)
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