Tea has been around for centuries. So why would Lipton conduct research on animals to examine its safety?
It was all a plan to prove bogus health claims made by the company that failed to show any evidence of being accurate.
According to PETA, investigators subjected animals to the following experiments:
Rabbits: “fed a high-fat, cholesterol-laden diet, leading to extreme hardening of the arteries. They were then fed tea to see if it affected the lesions that formed on the animals’ arteries. After the experiment, the rabbits’ heads were cut off.”
Mice: “bred to suffer from a painful bowel inflammation were fed tea ingredients in order to see if the tea had any effect on their condition. After the test, experimenters killed the mice by suffocating them or breaking their necks.”
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