Dark tea may help blood sugar, diabetes risk

By Staff Reporter
Updated October 4 2023 - 11:11am, first published 11:10am
A teapot pouring tea into a cup and saucer. Shutterstock picture.
A teapot pouring tea into a cup and saucer. Shutterstock picture.

Drinking dark tea every day may help to mitigate type 2 diabetes risk and progression in adults through better blood sugar control, a study finds.

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