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Perception and attitude of University students toward green tea

Mubashir Mehmood, Haroon Haroon, Tauseef Ahmad, Muhammad Khan.

Abstract
Globally, green tea is the second most popular used drink after the water. This survey was conducted at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University Dir (Upper) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan, in order to determine the perception and attitude of students toward green tea. A total of 45 male students were interviewed. Majority of the students use black tea (93%). The green tea is being used to reduce weight and cholesterol level.

Key words: Green tea, Perception, Attitude, Black tea



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