on Saturday, December 1, 2012 12:00:00 PM
A recent study by Dr. Joshua Lambert looked at the effect that tea had in preventing or slowing sugar spikes. The research team separated mice into several groups and were given either corn starch, maltose, or sucrose. Some mice were given EGCG, a powerful catechin found in tea, while the others were not. The team determined that green tea was most effective at preventing sugar spikes from starchy foods.
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