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That this House is always keen to welcome scientific research into the health benefits of food and drink, but is hostile to a recent German study calling into question the application of milk to tea as reducing any health benefits to be had from tea; recognises other reports that counter such claims; and also wishes to raise awareness of the health benefits of adding milk to tea of raising vitamin B intake by up to 30 per cent., folic acid by five per cent. and calcium intake by 21 per cent. more than if the tea were drunk alone.
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