The doctor named a safe daily dose of tea

The doctor named a safe daily dose of tea

Endocrinologist Mikhail Bogomolov shared information about what dose of tea can be considered safe for the body per day. Drinking too much can backfire.

The doctor named a safe daily dose of tea

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An adult can safely drink up to 400 mg of caffeine per day, which is contained in coffee, energy drinks, chocolate, cocoa, etc. A liter of lightly brewed tea can contain about 100 mg of the substance. This means that the daily limit should not exceed 4 liters. If we are talking about an average strength of the drink, you need to limit yourself to two and a few liters, and the dose of strong tea is within 1.8 liters. The doctor pointed out that in general, tea is useful, and it is quite difficult to “overdose” yourself with it. At the same time, the drink is rich in a large number of antioxidants useful for the body.

Scientists have previously warned that abrupt withdrawal from caffeine could lead to migraine attacks.

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