Tea Do most of us like to start our own Morning With, and it’s also the drink we love longing for during the afternoon or evening for that much-needed kick in that busy day. in India, Tea — for many people — is not a drink, it is a feeling. As such, the decoction can be prepared in myriad ways to suit many taste buds – black tea, Masala Teamilk tea, actress And cardamom Chai, Tandoori Chai, and much more. But is tea healthy and suitable for consumption by all?
Talking about this and many other aspects of this favorite drink, Dr Dimple Jangda, an Ayurveda and gut health coach, took to Instagram to share a video, which she captioned: “Let’s talk about it. let’s talk Chai (milk tea) It seems like we all love a little more than we should. Here are the good, the bad, the ugly and the forbidden combinations with milk tea. ,
Watch her reel below:
According to Dr Jangra, tea contains polyphenols, which are excellent for digestion, diabetesweight management, and more cardiovascular health issues,
He further said that the spices used in making tea- CinnamonCardamom, cloves, grated ginger, black pepper, fennel – helps to increase the body’s immunity. “The spices in tea Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and good for your overall health,” she said.
– “it is Sugar that you put in excessive amounts of it, which is quickly absorbed into your bloodstream and gives you a jolt of energy,” he wrote, by accident later, when the effects of the sugar fade, “you feel low on energyand thus longing for more TeaThis, she said, is a “cyclic addiction pattern” and causes withdrawal symptoms such as headaches, depressed mood, low energy and fatigue. “In addition, sugar negatively affects your gut and stomach related problems.” causes diseases,” she wrote in the caption
Tannins from poor quality tea leaves, when released into excessive milk, can cause Acidity in your stomach. “Also milk should not be overcooked with tea leaves,” she warned.
Agreed Garima Goel, a registered dietitian, who told indianexpress.com, “The tea, when prepared with double-tone milk, will help curb hunger and is thus beneficial for weight loss. However, Studies have shown that the proteins in milk may interact negatively with tea, reducing the activity of polyphenols and ultimately reducing their benefits.” The expert said how the negative interaction is viewed both ways, as the nutrition of your milk is also reduced. “In addition, tea, being naturally acidic, can potentially trigger acidity in some people,” she noted.
Another aspect of tea is its addictiveness, explains consultant dermatologist Vandana Punjabi. “Tea is very addictive, and if you drink a lot of it every day, it can upset you. Sleep Because it reduces melatonin. Acidity and heartburn are other common problems associated with excessive consumption of milk tea,” she explains.
In his post, Dr. Jangda also gave some suggestions:
Be sure to consume the tea within 10 minutes of preparation. Do not heat it again.
Avoid mixing sour and salty snacks with milk tea. These include lemon and tangerine fruit, tomato ketchup, fried foods, as this causes the milk to break down in your stomach, causing bloating and gas.
Do not cook milk in tea decoction as it becomes acidic. Instead, add hot milk (plant-based or dairy-based milk only obtained from a cruelty-free cow’s farm) directly to your cup of black tea.
“While going on a detox, I always advise clients to abstain from caffeine of any kind, and eventually break out of such addictive cyclical eating habits that create dependence, at the expense of your brain. stimulate the body (nervous system),” she further wrote.
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