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The Side Effects Of Hawthorn Berry Tea
Green tea: Is generally very safe & has positive effects on health. If you drink 5 or more cups of caffeinated green tea it can cause an increase in blood pressure for some people, as well as GI upset (nausea, vomiting or loose stools), irritability or insomnia. It can interact with some medications. It could aggravate anxiety disorders, diabetes & some bleeding disorders. Recommend decaffeinated tea. ...Read more
Paiyouji tea: This tea has been shown to contain a hidden drug ingredient, sibutramine. This controlled substance was removed from the market in late 2010 for safety reasons. The fda posted a warning about this tea, recommending that people stop using it immediately and throw it away. Sibutramine can increase pulse ; bp, posing a risk to patients with coronary artery disease. http://tinyurl. Com/klhpbjf. ...Read more
1.Which flavour in Lipton green tea reduces cholestrol and fat? 2.Does it have any side effects? 3.Consuming Lipton Tea have any side effects for T
Very good but...: Green tea has many proven health benefits;it's rich in antioxidants like catechins. Among the proven benefits of green tea: preventing cardiovascular disease & many diff. Cancers, lowers cholesterol & blood sugar, protects the liver. The main side effects are due to caffeine but decaf forms are available. Lipton is OK but I advise organic teas. See http://umm. Edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/green-tea ...Read more
Hi I am a diabetic patient. And I use canderal tablets in my tea. My friend told me that canderal tablets have side effects. Is it good to use canderal?
No: Splenda in moderation will have no side effects. Check with your doctor if you think you are having a reaction to the asparate. ...Read more
Not sure: I am not sure of specific side effects but inhaling differing substances into your lungs can lead to respiratory tract irritation. ...Read more
Relates to beliefs: There are many claims made that certain teas can 'detoxify' and cleanse various organs of the body. There is no well done research that confirms or denies this. So, it really comes down to one's belief about whether or not something will help them feel healthier. Trust in the source of info can go a lot further than the product itself. I'm not aware of any significant side effects of teas. ...Read more
Yes, from caffeine: Green tea has many health benefits, due to its antioxidant effects. There is evidence it can prevent cancer and cardiovascular disease, improve immune function, prevent tooth decay, lower blood sugar and stimulate weight loss. It is safe and generally well tolerated, but it does contain caffeine (though decaffeinated forms are available). Thus, the most common side effects are due to excess caffeine, including insomnia, anxiety, heart palpitations, nausea and vomiting. However, the amount of caffeine in green tea is about 1/4 the amount in coffee, so one will not likely experience such effects unless they drink large quantities. There is also the potential for large amounts of green tea to interact with certain medications- for example, it can reduce the effects of Coumadin (warfarin) (but then again, thousands of substances interact with coumadin!) and lower blood levels of lithium. See http://www. Umm. Edu/altmed/articles/green-tea-000255.Htm for more information. ...Read more
Tea in general:
Tea in general has been shown to have many health benefits. Green tea has been shown to have a high concentration of polyphenols which help to fight
radicals that cause DNA deterioration and aging.
Oolong tea has also been known to reduce tartar buildup, reduce plaque and promote gum health.
And there is some positive note that it may also reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Have a great day. ...Read more
I Can not provide: Information about this specific product but can discuss green tea in general. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols. Studies show that the polyphenols in green tea have an anti-carcinogenic effect as well as leading to a reduced heart disease death rate. The linus pauling institute reported a study that suggested that green tea can assist with glycemic control. A study by maastricht. ...Read more
Green tea has many known benefits. I try to have 1-2 tea bags worth tea daily. Any side effects I should be aware of?
Blocks vitamin absop:
Green tea can block absorption of certain nutrients, vitamins and proteins. It also has caffeine and side effects of caffeine not able to sleep and increase in heart rate etc.
If you are pregnant or are thinking about getting pregnant you should not drink green tea as large amount of green tea can cause neural tube birth defects in babies
so drink green tea in moderation. ...Read more
Green tea is proven to have remarkable health benefits because it's rich in antioxidant polyphenols known as catechins, as well as L-theanine which has a calming effect. In general the more the better but it does have some caffeine and too much caffeine can make you jittery, raise blood pressure etc. So consider decaf if drinking lots. See http://tinyurl. Com/nrafp28
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Greetings! Can I drink 1cup (350mL) of pure jasmine green tea everyday? What are the benefits? And also the side effects, if any?
I read where 1/2 tea. Of cinnamon added to your cereal or coffee reduces your cholestrald/trigliserades significantly. Is this safe? Side effects?
Cinnamon is safe: And can be used to help the conditions you mention plus help balance blood sugar. You can get cinnamon capsules in the health food store. Make sure you talk w/your doc, especially if diabetic because the cinnamon can change the dose of medicine you need. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Straw: Use a straw, drink lighter teas light herbal or fruit, don't sweeten as much, don't use lemons. ...Read more
Like the taste: If you do, that's the only reason to drink it, because it won't help weight loss or any other medical condition. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more