Highlights

  • The study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association
  • Researchers analysed 100,902 participants for a period of 7 years
  • People who drank green tea regularly had 20% lower risk of heart disease & stroke

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Sippin' on a cup of green tea will keep your heart healthy!

According to a new study, drinking green tea regularly may lower the risk of cardiovascular disease. 

According to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA Network), drinking green tea regularly may lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Also watch: Here's the tea: All the benefits of green tea you need to know

For the study, researchers analysed 100,902 participants with no history of heart attacks, strokes or cancer for a period of 7 years. They then divided them up into two groups: the first group were those who drank green tea at least three times a week and the second group hardly drank it at all.

As per the findings, people who drank green tea regularly had a 20% lower risk of heart disease and stroke, compared to those that had no green tea at all. Green tea lowers cholesterol levels and triglycerides, which may be responsible for the tea's association with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers concluded.

Also watch: Are you drinking your green tea right? Know the how’s and why’s

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