Bad effects of tea. How milk reacts with tea?

Bad effects of tea. How milk reacts with tea?

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In India, tea is one of the morning booster drink. Do you know? In India, about one billion people drink tea.

But they don't know tea is one poison to us. Yes, I know most people don't believe this, but it is true.

Let's know what scientists say about the adverse or bad effects of the tea & How milk reacts with tea?

Adverse effects of the tea;

Anxiety & insomnia;



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You marked, when you take tea you feel relaxing & some fresh. It is because of the tea relaxing property. By nature, tea has a relaxing property if you take too much tea or regularly then it may produce anxiety by activating brain cells.

Insomnia means wishes to sleep because tea contains caffeine in some amounts if take some excess tea, it produces insomnia.




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Tea has another chemical constituent called theophylline, which produces temporary constipation. Because theophylline can easily dry our body water, which produces constipation.

Low food absorption rate;

Researchers found tea has a property that can reduce appetite & increase metabolism. Because of this, ultimately reduces food absorption & another essential mineral like iron.

You should avoid in pregnancy;

If you are a pregnant woman, then you should avoid drink tea. Tea has chemicals like caffeine, theophylline, or other chemicals that may harm the baby, as these chemicals produce insomnia, dizziness, low iron absorption, etc. But not all tea is harmful.

Reduce sleep;

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Yes, if you are consuming tea for a long time it can reduce your sleep. Because tea contains caffeine, which is a central nervous stimulant & mainly it used for alertness.

How milk reacts with tea?

I got tired of searching for the answer to this question over the internet & other platforms because most of the researchers said, milk contains the protein Cesine which reacts with caffeine which may prevent absorption of antioxidants in the body whereas certain studies report the opposite.

But in my point of view, researchers are right as they are always researching new information which we can't get from our previous studies.

I am very disappointed about this but still if you got the answer to How milk reacts with tea? must share your answer with me.

Thank you.


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