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Thien Lan – Thanh Nien Newspaper

   According to Dr Rohini Patil, a nutritionist in India, green tea has many health benefits. In particular, it has antioxidants that boost immunity and metabolism.

Although numerous studies have repeatedly proven the value of green tea, there are specific guidelines to keep in mind if you want to get the most out of this magical tea, according to the Times Of India.

The ideal amount of tea consumption is between 2 – 5 cups per day.

The following are things to avoid when drinking tea.

1. Drink tea right after a meal

A bad habit is drinking tea right after a meal. Because the protein in food has not yet been digested by the body, drinking tea immediately after a meal can harm the absorption of nutrients and should therefore be avoided at all costs.

Green tea is a drink with many health benefits

While numerous studies have repeatedly proven the value of green tea, there are specific guidelines to keep in mind if you want to get the most out of this beautiful tea.

In particular, people at risk of iron deficiency should wait at least 1 hour after eating to drink tea.

2. Drinking too hot tea

Drinking tea when it is too hot makes the tea tasteless and can also damage the oesophagus – this has been shown by research to lead to oesophagal cancer.

Drinking warm tea is best to get the maximum benefit.

3. Drink tea early in the morning as soon as you wake up

Many people have the habit of drinking tea early in the morning. But this is not good. According to the Times Of India, tea contains powerful antioxidants and polyphenols that can increase stomach acid production and upset digestion.

4. Add honey to the tea while it’s hot

Adding honey to a steaming cup of tea can destroy the nutritional value of love. Therefore, let the tea cool down, add cinnamon and honey and enjoy.

5. Take the medicine with tea

Many people take their medicine with tea. This can be harmful because the chemical in the pill can mix with the tea, leading to acidity. It is best to take medicine with water.

6. Drinking too much tea

Just because tea is healthy doesn’t mean drinking as much as possible. Tea contains caffeine. Overuse of caffeine can cause harmful side effects, including headaches, drowsiness, anxiety, and irritability. Drinking too much tea also reduces the absorption of iron in the body. Make sure to drink 2-3 cups daily, and don’t overdo it.

7. Braking tea leaves for too long

Brewing tea leaves for too long will not extract more nutrients. This is not only toxic but also makes the tea taste bitter.

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Drinking tea when it is too hot makes it tasteless and can also damage the oesophagus.

8. Drink tea in a hurry

Sip a cup of tea to bring alertness to the brain and increase metabolic rate. Drinking tea while relaxing is the best way to enjoy tea.

9. Tea is too strong

Making tea too strong or drinking two filter bags at once can lead to digestive and acid problems.

10. Drink tea in the evening

Many people have the habit of drinking tea in the evening. However, caffeinated green tea promotes a state of euphoria, alertness and focus while reducing feelings of sleepiness – all of which can make it harder to fall asleep.

The best time to drink tea is around 3 pm, which can improve the immune system and prevent colds and flu.

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