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Is homemade lipton sweet tea bad for you?

Is homemade lipton sweet tea bad for you?

Depends: It depends on how much sugar it's made with. Having a little sugar with your tea is not a big deal; having a little tea with your sugar is a problem. I suggest patients skip the sugar & use an artificial sweetener if needed. ...Read more

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Is to much ice tea bad for u.Sweet tea?

Is to much ice tea bad for u.Sweet tea?

Yes: Sweet ice tea is loaded with sugar so yes it is bad for you. Regular iced tea is not as bad; if you do it without sugar its fine or small amounts. Furthermore all caffeine is dehydrating so if trying to lose weight, this should be decreased and substituted with plain water. ...Read more

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I was just wondering im from the south and love milos sweet tea is it better for you than cokes, dr pepper cause I've heard bad things about soda ?

I was just wondering im from the south and love milos sweet tea is it better for you than cokes, dr pepper cause I've heard bad things about soda ?

Yes, for sure - look: The ingredient list tells why. Nothing that you don't recognize or wouldn't have in even the most basic kitchen. Always a good sign! which reminds me that you can save money and perhaps slowly discover how much you can reduce the amount of sugar and still enjoy it. Less sugar is a good thing too. Here's a milo's copycat recipe: http://blog.Al.Com/frugalmom/2008/07/post_14.Html enjoy! ...Read more

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I have like 5-6 cups of tea a day is this bad?

I have like 5-6 cups of tea a day is this bad?

Caffeine: As you know the tea contains caffeine. That said I think you should do everything in moderation. Tea time does't go on all day. So cut back a bit an get on with your day. ...Read more

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Is tea bad for 12 month baby?

Is tea bad for 12 month baby?

Perhaps.: There is absolutely nothing in tea that a baby needs. ...Read more

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I'm wondering is green tea bad for you?

I'm wondering is green tea bad for you?

No, Healthy: Tea is derived from the camellia sinensis tree. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols which have an anti-carcinogenic effect. White & green teas are very helpful. The linus pauling institute reported a study that suggest green tea extracts can act as a plant-based alternative for glycemic control. A japanese study showed reduced rate of deaths from heart disease with use of green tea. ...Read more

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I have 4 glasses of sweet tea a day Is that okay?

I have 4 glasses of sweet tea a day
Is that okay?

Moderation. Also, ea: "Everything in moderation". I hope that u're eating 3 meals w/ a wide variety of foods in addition 2 drinking tea... if u r just drinking tea (no food, no meals) then u're @ risk for "tea & toast syndrome", which is a life-threatening electrolyte abnormality. If u're eating normally, there's no known immediate threat from 4 cups of tea, but sugar & caffeine isn't good long-term. Limit 2 drinks/day ...Read more

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Iam 28 week pregenancy, tea is a bad for pregenancy or not?

Iam 28 week pregenancy, tea is a bad for pregenancy or not?

Food Questions: Nope. Tea is used daily by billions of people, including pregnant women. There would be no restrictions here. ...Read more

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Will drinking too much tea has bad effects?

Will drinking too much tea has bad effects?

Possibly: Green tea is generally very safe & has positive effects on health. If you drink five or more cups of caffeinated green tea it can cause an increase in blood pressure for some people, as well as gastrointestinal upset (nausea or vomiting), irritability or insomnia. It can interact with some medications. It could aggravate anxiety disorders, diabetes & some bleeding disorders. Some teas >>>. ...Read more

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Does drinking too much tea have any bad effects? Please advise!

Does drinking too much tea have any bad effects? Please advise!

Too much of anything: is not necessarily a good thing. Caffeinated teas have both caffeine and a close relative theobromine. Both of these are stimulants, and in high doses can cause people anxiety, insomnia and even panic attacks, as well as raising pulse and blood pressure, which can be dangerous to those with underlying heart disease, kidney problems or hypertension. Moderation in all things is a good principle. ...Read more