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Citrus juice boosts wu-long tea's anti-oxidents
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Adding citrus juice to your wu-long tea increases the
that make it into your bloodstream. It seems that the
vitamin C or something else in the juice binds to the
antioxidant molecules and protects them during
digestion.

So the British custom of putting lemon in black tea
and the Japanese custom of putting pieces of
orange peel in a pot of green tea could be rooted in
ancient knowledge of the health benefits involved.
Pretty cool!