“Ancient Chinese Elixir” Leads to a LONGER Life?!
Big Pharma sells you all kinds of pills that promise to reduce your risk of things like heart attacks and strokes.
But it’s never been able to bottle the fountain of youth.
Now, researchers have identified a drink that lowers your risk of having a heart attack AND of dying from one.
It can even help you live longer.
And the longer you drink this “Ancient Chinese elixir”, the bigger the benefit.
Trust me. You’ll want to get started today.
No one has found the fountain of youth. But when they do, I know what’ll be in it:
This elixir has always demonstrated impressive health benefits, and this latest study tops them all:
Green tea — which originated in China some 3,000 years ago and has come a long way since — can help you live longer and healthier.
In a study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, researchers followed 100,000 subjects for about seven years.
Compared to people who never drank tea, those who drank on a regular basis had:
- 20 percent lower risk of heart attack and stroke
- 22 percent lower risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke
- 15 percent lower risk of dying from any cause at all
They continued to track a portion of the subjects for another eight years to find out the benefits of drinking over a longer period.
Turns out that the longer someone makes a habit of drinking tea, the bigger the health benefits. After 15 years, the tea drinkers had a…
- 39 percent lower risk of heart attack and stroke
- 56 percent lower risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke
- 29 percent lower risk of dying from any cause at all
Tea drinkers who did experience a heart episode tended to experience them about 1.5 years later than non-tea drinkers.
And ultimately, the researchers projected that the tea drinkers would live more than a year longer than non-drinkers.
It’s not the fountain of youth, but with benefits like lower risk of having a heart attack or dying from one… it’s pretty darn close.
If you want to start taking advantage of tea’s life-extending properties, just make you’re drinking green tea.
Black tea was not found to lower the risk of heart disease or stroke.
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