Mechanism identified to explain how tea nutrients halt cancer cell replication in the human body via epigenetic changes

(Natural News) A recent study published in Human Molecular Genetics revealed that tea consumption resulted in positive epigenetic changes in the body, providing better insight on how the pharmacologically-active components of tea inhibit cancer cell replication. Previous studies have already established that both coffee and tea have the potential in disease-risk management by suppressing tumor progression, reducing inflammation and influencing…

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