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Some very promising news for fans of greens -- Turns out the beverage could reduce the risk of many types of cancer for older women.
That's the finding from a Canadian study during which researchers followed tens of thousands of Chinese women over more than a decade.
The scientists say they found that women who drank green -- at least three times a week were 14% less likely developed cancer in their digestive systems.
That includes cancer of the stomach in the throat and the colon.
Tony's now doctor Marty -- -- Carrey who is a physician at Johns Hopkins university in Baltimore and the author of a book.
What hospitals will not -- -- what hospitals won't tell you and how transparency.
Can revolutionize health -- doctor and I see it.
Going to be with -- have all these studies seem to have.
I don't know little sidebars that you need to know before you start processing and I guess -- this what is most of these.
Older people -- healthy.
Well yeah and you know a lot of people say what were the other people drinking that weren't drinking three cups until -- Lanka.
You know if -- chicken soda and sugary drinks are a lot of alcohol of course their health outcomes are not going to be as good.
But there may be something to the idea that hot -- May lie in the GI system in all the cancers you mention are along that GI tract colon stomach throat cancer.
And if there's a lower incidence of those cancers maybe it's due to the bacteria that irritate.
Those linings getting killed maybe it's some other here ten.
That's getting washed away maybe it's the EC GC this new compound in green -- that people are interest again to tell -- About that compound -- there's green -- gotten our green room the green tea in the green room.
But we you know we've had -- -- -- years green -- being in there's new you seem to see it everywhere.
There's this compound that's believed to sort of strength and the membrane of a salad makes it a little stronger it's been implicated to maybe help with the parkinson's progression.
Now nothing's ever been proven and remember greens he's got caffeine so it's not all good.
But you know people that drink green team they're probably not -- -- bad stuff it's better than having a monster co monster -- I -- Yeah -- there's certainly a lot of new research now its interest in this but in other studies have gone back and forth and people that.
Come -- my office and say they've struggled with Lou the common cold.
A lot of times -- just -- well with a stomach.
And a lot of times we just encourage people try TC if it makes you feel better doctor Marty in the Kerry from Johns Hopkins doctor thank you thanks --
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