The second most consumed substance after water in India is tea. From big cities to far away high hills, you will definitely find tea everywhere. The consumption of tea increases in the winter season. Some people are so fond of tea that they neither see the day nor the night, whenever they feel like drinking tea without hesitation. Often you must have seen this in homes that people reheat and drink cold tea. But, doing so is not beneficial for our health. If you are also making such a mistake, then it can have a serious effect on your health.
Be it rain, cold, tiredness-headache or laziness, the alternative to all these is tea. Usually tea is made two to three times in every family during the winter season. During this, one thing that is seen in every household is that people drink cold tea after heating it again. Doing this is harmful for our health. Let us know what harm happens to our body by reheating cold tea.
these diseases are
When you reheat the tea and drink it, all the properties and good compounds of the tea come out. Drinking cold tea after heating it again can cause diarrhea, vomiting, cramps and digestive problems.
Bacteria come in stored tea
If you keep the once made tea like this for a long time, then bacteria go in it. In such a situation, drinking this tea after heating it again is harmful for our body.
release of tannin
If you reheat the tea and drink it, the tannin comes out due to which the taste of the tea becomes bitter. In such a situation, it will not only spoil the taste of your mouth, but will also harm your health.
keep this in mind
If it has been only 15 minutes since you made the tea, then you can heat the tea and drink it again. do it only if there is no other way
Never drink tea on an empty stomach because it can cause acidity. If you have a habit of drinking tea in the morning, then definitely eat something light with it.
Try to make as much tea as you need
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