Drinking tea is good, but these taboos need to know

China is the hometown of tea. Drinking tea is not only a kind of enjoyment, but also very beneficial to the health of the human body.

      Drinking tea can quench your thirst and reduce the heat in your body. You can also digest and remove the greasy taste in your mouth. But in fact, the benefits of tea can be more than that. The study found that a cup of tea a day can make the cardiovascular healthier. Drinking tea regularly can slow down the natural loss of high-density lipoprotein (“good cholesterol”) in the body during aging, thereby reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. The anti-inflammatory effects of tea polyphenols and catechins in green tea and black tea are relatively strong. In addition, drinking tea can also reduce the body’s low-density lipoprotein (“bad cholesterol”) content, significantly reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke.

      There are many benefits to drinking tea, but there are also some taboos. These precautions should be understood.

1. Green tea is not for everyone

Green tea is not fermented tea, sweet and bitter, cold and cold. Suitable for internal heat and stomach heat, drinkable. However, it is not suitable for people with cold body, stomach ulcer patients, and people who are prone to insomnia. And green tea can not drink on an empty stomach, otherwise it will be “tea drunk.” Those who have a cold or have a bad stomach should not drink green tea.

2. Fever avoid drinking tea

The caffeine in the tea will increase the body temperature and reduce the efficacy. Liver patients avoid drinking strong tea. Excessive tea consumption exceeds the ability of the liver to metabolize, which can damage liver tissue. Severe neurasthenia tea, especially in the afternoon, do not drink green tea or lightly fermented oolong tea.

3. drunken tea

Tea has the function of exciting nerve center. Drinking strong tea after drunkenness will increase the burden on the heart. Tea drinking also accelerates the diuretic effect, which is more irritating to the kidneys and endangers health. After waking up, you can drink tea to speed up the body’s metabolism and ease the drunkenness.

4. Anemia patients avoid drinking strong tea

The tannic acid in tea can be combined with iron to form an insoluble end product, so that the body can not get enough iron source, so patients with anemia should not drink tea.

Updated: November 1, 2016 — 10:59 pm

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