Why is tea good for my heart?

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Fruits and vegetables are great sources of healthy flavonoids. But so is tea. Here’s how to handle that hankering in a healthy way. Take your tea in any color you like. Two or three cups a day -- of green, black, or even white tea -- will nicely boost your falconoid intake. Skip the cream and sugar, though, and stick to decaf if you have trouble sleeping. Be aware that most teas contain vitamin K. Do not change your intake of tea if you are on blood-thinning medication.