Like black tea, green tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant. The difference between them is green tea is made with unfermented leaves, while fully fermented leaves comprise black tea. Fermentation reduces the leaves’ concentration of natural antioxidant compounds, or polyphenols, making green tea higher in antioxidants than black. The polyphenols in green tea appear to be more potent antioxidants than vitamin C, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, and drinking it in moderation may benefit your health.
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