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Healthy Living: Enjoy a cup of green tea

It is green tea time! Everyone is talking about the benefits of drinking green tea.

South Koreans participate in a class teaching Korean tea culture on March 31, 2005 in Seoul, South Korea. Green tea, the most popular traditional beverage in Korea, has an ancient etiquette for preparing, serving and drinking known as 'Dado'
South Koreans participate in a class teaching Korean tea culture on March 31, 2005 in Seoul, South Korea. Green tea, the most popular traditional beverage in Korea, has an ancient etiquette for preparing, serving and drinking known as 'Dado'
Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images
 Wearing traditional dress South Koreans participate in a class teaching Korean tea culture on March 31, 2005 in Seoul, South Korea. Green tea, the most popular traditional beverage in Korea
Wearing traditional dress South Koreans participate in a class teaching Korean tea culture on March 31, 2005 in Seoul, South Korea. Green tea, the most popular traditional beverage in Korea
Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Green tea is healthy and contains antioxidants which are good for your body. Green tea is delicious by itself, so avoid adding sugar, honey and low calorie sweeteners. Drink green tea hot or chilled with breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Learn how to make a delicious cup of green tea. According to Moon Cho, Creator of Ying and Yang Living, "everyone loves green tea for its taste and nutrition" watch the entire Ying & Yang Living video "How to Make Green Tea the Right Way!

Live a healthy life! Drink green tea daily along with daily exercise and healthy eating. For advice on healthy eating tips contact a dietitian, personal trainer or weight loss center in your area.

Green tea is sold at most grocery stores, markets and specialty stores in your area.

Take care of your body: Schedule your annual physical exam, eye exam, mammogram and dental appointment this week.

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