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Heartburn green tea
Common Questions and Answers about Heartburn green tea
Any tea that is decaf is okay. Black tea has the highest caffeine and greentea is middle, while herbal is least. Also, as long as you are drinking a lot of water in addition to caffeine, you are fine. But anything decaf is perfectly fine.
Greentea is suposed to have wonderful health benefits. But you definitely don't want a tea with caffeine in it. My LLMD said no caffeine with Lyme.
Be sure to take Vitamin D and C. Both are necessary for good immune function, which you really need right now.
Ok, so did a little looking and green tea has a lot of caffiene in it. At Starbucks you can get a green herbal tea that is called "refresh" it has a minty hint to it just like green tea. Hope this helps...but being green tea is used in ALOT of diet meds/potions I would suggest staying clear from it.
I have read recently that greentea is not good during pregnancy because it blocks folic acid. I am 16 weeks pregnant and have been having a cup every morning. I had no idea about this until now, Should I be concerned about spine bifida?
greentea is very healthy, but you cannot over do it. maybe a cup every other morning. drinking green tea every single day causes headaches, and what you've been experiencing. cut down to maybe half a cup a day.
I even used pre-seed lub. didnt work for me on the 1st month. However, i heard about drinking greentea can help when you are TTC. what is your thought on this? does anyone tried green tea? does it work? please let me know.
Greentea and greentea supplements have become very popular in the last few years and have been touted as a panacea for many illnesses. While drinking green tea may be beneficial, there is less evidence to support the use of green tea extract, which is often marketed and used for weight loss. While there is some evidence to support this, there may be some risk. In a Clinical Observation published in The Annals of Internal Medicine (2006; 144: 68-69), Dr.
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