Some people can be called tea addicts rather than tea lovers… Do you know why? They cannot do anything without drinking tea that morning. ‘Headache is coming, something is running out… didn’t drink tea’ They are very sad. Drinking tea is good, but the way many people drink it is harmful to the body. According to health experts, drinking tea on an empty stomach after sleeping for eight hours affects the body in many ways. Drinking tea as the first liquid in the morning, though not bad for digestion, can cause excessive urination. Due to this the body gets dehydrated. It also affects the good bacteria in the stomach. This may cause stomach bloating and indigestion problems. In some cases it can cause frequent headaches. Also, the tannins in tea prevent the body from absorbing nutrients like iron from food.
Do not drink tea on an empty stomach
We are not saying that you should not drink tea, but we are only suggesting that you should not drink it on an empty stomach. Starting your day with a cup of tea helps build stomach acids. Feeling discomfort in the digestive system. If you are someone who cannot avoid drinking tea, change the timings instead of rushing every morning. Drink a glass of water first thing in the morning. Then soak pulses like almonds overnight and eat them in the morning. They provide some nutrients to the body. After that drink tea. Do not use sugar in tea. It is better to apply honey or jaggery. Since water and nuts are already in the stomach, the body absorbs their nutrients, so there is no problem even if you drink tea.
Don’t stop drinking
Don’t stop drinking tea. It has many health benefits. It is rich in antioxidants. Prevents cancer. It checks many types of allergies. It also prevents skin diseases. There are many varieties of tea. Among them, green tea is very healthy. It is rich in antioxidants. It prevents accumulation of fat in the body. Improves brain function.
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