None. Make your own. Green tea has antioxidant compounds with fancy names like polyphenols that lower cancer and heart disease risk. These compounds also might lower skin cancer risk and even help you look younger. But, those health-boosting polyphenols don’t make it into bottled teas in appreciable amounts, if at all. What does make it into the bottle is sugar. Many of these teas have the calorie equivalent of a side order of hashbrowns. And, because they are liquid calories, they don’t fill us up, so it is easy to over-consume calories, which means weight gain. Save your money and brew your own green tea at home, where you are assured of getting the greatest concentration of all the antioxidants and polyphenols that research shows are good for us. You’ll also save yourself money that can be used to buy more antioxidant-rich produce!