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Tags: tea | glaucoma | blindness

Hot Tea Reduces Blindness Risk

Friday, 24 April 2020 03:18 PM EDT

A study published in The British Journal of Ophthalmology involving more than 1,600 volunteers showed that consuming hot tea each day reduces the risk for glaucoma, which can cause blindness if left untreated.

Researchers reported that subjects who drank at least one cup of hot tea each day were 74 percent less likely to have glaucoma.

Even though the study did not confirm a cause-and-effect relationship between glaucoma and hot-tea drinking, it is possible that the anti-inflammatory phytochemicals and flavonoids in tea may provide a protective effect to the eyes.

Vision health is an important component of mind health, so if you’re a tea drinker, keep on drinking each day to protect your vision.

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Researchers reported that subjects who drank at least one cup of hot tea each day were 74 percent less likely to have glaucoma.
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