Green tea prevents inflammation

Green Tea Increases Anti-Inflammatory Tristetraprolin and Decreases Pro-Inflammatory Tumor Necrosis Factor mRNA Levels in Rats

This study was conducted to evaluate the anti-inflammatory effects of green tea. The study was performed with rats that were fed a pro-inflammatory (high-fructose) diet. The results suggested that drinking adequate amounts of green tea plays a role in the prevention of inflammation-related diseases. Further details can be found in the study.
H Cao, MA Kelly, F Kari, HD Dawson, JF UrbanJr, S Coves, AM Roussel and RA Anderson. Green tea increases anti-inflammatory tristetraprolin and decreases pro-inflammatory tumor necrosis factor mRNA levels in rats. Journal of Inflammation20074:1



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