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What Are The Benefits Of Peach Black Tea
Black tea: Https://www. Organicfacts. Net/health-benefits/beverage/health-benefits-of-black-tea. Html. My personal thought is that there are much fewer benefits to drinking black tea than green tea. ...Read more
Hmm: Black teas have been dried and fermented. They have had alot of processing which means less health benefits compared to red, white or green teas. ...Read more
Tea: Hello. Tea is derived from a tree called camellia sinensis. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols which have an anti-carcinogenic effect. The lighter the tea, the less it has been processed. White and green teas are especially helpful. Black teas have been dried and fermented. The linus pauling institute reported a study that suggest extracts from green tea can act as a plant-based >>. ...Read more
Hello, I drink black tea and I make it with half cup water and half cup milk is it reduce the benefits of black tea bcoz I drink for benefit plz sugest?
Yes: There is research to suggest that the milk binds the beneficial components in the tea. I would drink the tea without any additions to be sure. ...Read more
Is black tea with sugar and lemon good for health? If yes so what are the benefits? And if no so what's the disadvantages?
Sugar not good but..:
I can't recommend sugar as it's basically a form of poison, but black tea & lemon are good for health. Green tea is even better. You can sweeten it with a small amount of honey or use xylitol.
For benefits see http://healthland. Time. Com/2012/09/04/13-reasons-to-love-tea/
& http://whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice&dbid=27 & http://bit. Ly/1lfuJ7q
Reasons to avoid sugar: http://nydn. Us/1kFRcen ...Read more
No: You may be thinking of green tea. The linus pauling institute reported a study that suggest extracts from green tea can act as a plant-based alternative for glycemic control. Black tea is not associate with the same health benefits as green tea. ...Read more
Cholesterol test: Old answer no, newer answer is maybe. Either ask the lab that is going to do the test or pass on anything other than water before. ...Read more
Yes: Too much caffeine can clearly cause headaches in some individuals. More common perhaps is a caffeine abstinence headache. Teas have less caffeine than coffee but still it is there so I am confident it is likely the caffeine and not other components of the tea that likely is the culprit. ...Read more
Not the caffeine: Black tea is fermented (oxidized) & green tea has had minimal processing. Green tea has far more health benefits than black tea. ...Read more
Maybe: Blood, breakdown products of muscle and hepatitis have to be considered. ...Read more
Green vs Black Tea: Black tea is fermented (oxidized) ; green tea has had minimal processing. Green tea has far more health benefits than black tea. ...Read more
Will drinking black tea hydrate me at all, even a little bit? Or will it leave me with less hydration than before the tea?
Drink up!: A cup of tea will hydrate you overall. ...Read more
What type of tea is best for breaking up mucus. I've been drinking hot black tea but I've read that black tea isn't good for mucus.?
What exactly am I allergic to if I swell all over until it hurts when I consume coffee, black tea or nuts. This didn't happen until I was over 22.
Possibly all: It is unusual to be allergic to coffee or black tea, but nut allergy is common. The most prudent step would be to stop drinking coffee or black tea as well as nuts regardless of the mechanism. Perhaps an allergy consult should be considered. If you have any respiratory problem with these episodes, be sure to have Epinephrine injectable on hand and read labels carefully. ...Read more
Too much of anything: Can be bad. But simply making a strong cup of tea is unlikely to cause any toxic reactions, unless you happen to be allergic to whatever the tea is made from (allergy to strawberries, strawberry containing tea, for example), or you are especially sensitive to a substance in the tea (caffeine, for instance). ...Read more
Light vs dark tea: Tea is derived from the camellia sinensis tree. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols which have an anti-carcinogenic effect. Lighter tea (white & green) is less processed. Black tea is dried & fermented. Studies suggest green tea can assist with glycemic control as well as reduced heart disease death rate. There are more studies around that suggest benefits from green tea than for black. ...Read more
No, Green tea has: Some benefits. A study by maastricht university (holland) noted green tea has catechins ; caffeine w inhibition of o-methyl- transferase ; phosphodiesterase which effects thermogenesis ; fat oxidation. The linus pauling institute reported a study indicating that green tea can assist w glycemic control. Additionally, green tea has a diuretic effect. ...Read more
TOXINS ARE TOXINS:
See article: http://www. Themedguru. Com/20130326/feature/black-tea-good-diabetes-86147778.Html which states “black tea has a special property to block dna damage associated with tobacco and other toxic chemicals.”
I recommend that you do not smoke! Don't rely on black tea or other substances to protect you from smoking toxins. It is easy to rationalize - smoking still kills. ...Read more
Black vs Green Tea: Black tea is fermented (oxidized) ; green tea has had minimal processing. Green tea has far more health benefits than black tea. ...Read more
Narcolepsy?: At your young age with no heart, disease, probably not, but you will be urinating more frequently since it has diuretic properties. If you drink a lot, you can also have a withdrawal syndrome with headaches that is unpleasant. Is there a reason for the drowsiness? Are you going to sleep early enough to get 7-9 hours? Try not to use any electronic equipment before bed. Light keeps you awake. ...Read more
Not really: Green tea has a diuretic effect so you lose water weight. The Linus Pauling Institute reported a study that suggests green tea extracts acts as a plant-based alternative for glycemic control. Catechins in the tea may ^ thermogenesis. 3 to 4 cups/day can have health benefits & may act as a diuretic. Weight loss benefits of green tea are very mild. Black tea doesn't have same benefits as green. ...Read more
No...: A cough can only be treated once the etiology of the cough is known. See your doctor so that your cough can be diagnosed and the correct, effective treatment rendered. Treating a cough yourself can be harmful and serious disease may not be diagnosed unless you see your doctor! ...Read more
No evidence, However::
Erythritol may be the safest natural sweetener available. I know of no evidence it reduces antioxidants in tea. See http://authoritynutrition. Com/erythritol/
HOWEVER, if you're drinking tea with erythritol it's probably bottled tea which only has a tiny fraction of the antioxidants in home-brewed tea. So avoid bottled tea but you can add erythritol to home-brewed tea.
See http://tinyurl. Com/p9c6948 ...Read more
If I want to hydrate myself, will drinking 1 cup of black tea help or hurt my goal, on balance? What about coffee?
Varies: Tea is a diuretic -- it will make you lose water. Drink lots of water -- think liters, not cups, to stay well hydrated. Tea is ok, but you need water. An easy rough assessment is evaluating your urine. If it is clear or light colored (you can see through it) you are well hydrated. If it is dark, has a strong smell, or if you hardly go during the day, then you are dehydrated. Keep drinking. ...Read more
I know green tea is supposed to be good for you, but I prefer black tea. Are there antioxidants in regular black tea as well?
No, not same: The potent antioxidant called GCG in most green teas is sensitive to heat and fermentation. Thus black tea, albeit w other possible health benefits, is largely depleted of GCG. But some green teas are quickly roasted (ex few regions in China) and have less GCG. Most others dry the leaves without heat. Green tea should not be brewed in boiling water, but optimally 160-180F depending on type ...Read more
Will drinking black tea a) dehydrate me more or b) add some water to my body? If my water was at 100 before, will it be less or more after tea?
Whenever I drink tea mixed with milk I feel a bit acidic after sometime, whereas black tea or coffee without milk has no problems. What's wrong?
Lactose intolerance?: Do you have any trouble with other milk products such as cheese, ice cream, etc? If you do then I suspect you have lactose intolerance, but your symptoms are not exactly right for that. If you do not have trouble with other milk products I have no idea why things are as they are. ...Read more
Antioxidants: Tea is derived from the camellia sinensis tree. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols which have an anti-carcinogenic effect. Lighter tea (white & green) is less processed. Black tea is dried & fermented. Studies suggest green tea can assist with glycemic control as well as reduced heart disease death rate. There are more studies around that suggest benefits from green tea than for black. ...Read more
Black urine: Likely old blood see a urologist.Get a more detailed answer ›