Green Tea and Milk may Harm

Every positive thing has a negative effect as well, when we talk about herbal  things such as Green Tea, Milk having positive things. But they may can Harm as claimed by some scientists lets see what they are claiming in brief.

A group of nutritionists from the University of Munich have systematized data about how milk actually affects the human organism. Of course, it takes toxins out of the body and facilitates development of immune cells. However, there are disadvantages as well.

 
The Harm of Green Tea and Milk


The scientists claim that, if a person has a tendency to the formation of stones in the kidney or gall bladder, the use of milk should be limited. Also, it is among the five most powerful food allergens. If a person suffering from lactose intolerance drinks a glass of milk, even anaphylactic shock might happen. And, according to estimates, from 8 to 10 percent of the European population suffers from milk lactose intolerance! In addition to that, liquid milk is not recommended for people suffering from arthritis. Lactic acid enhances inflammation in the joints. In such cases, it makes sense to use soy milk.
Not so long ago, coffee has been blamed for heart rhythm irregularities. Then, it has been proved to be wrong, but appeared new questions, this time about tea. The team of cardiologists from the University of Toronto, Canada, warns: strong tea can cause tachycardia – acceleration and failure of heart rhythm. And the green tea affects, in this aspect, even more than the black. It has more bioactive substances operating on the walls of blood vessels. 
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In tea, caffeine is related with tannins. That is why it influences less than the one of the coffee but lasts more. The effect is being achieved gradually and lasts up to 6 hours. But if one will drink too much of strong tea, the caffeine will immediately lead to the excitement of the nervous system and blood vessels, as well. However, a weak infusion of tea reduces blood pressure, and the strong tea – especially with too much of sugar – on the contrary, increases it. 
The black tea contains a special protein – quercetin, which prevents the formation of blood clots. It is quite good and useful, on the one hand. On the other hand, it can harm the people taking anticoagulants – the drugs which thin the blood, they include aspirin also. Also, drinking the strong tea is not recommended for people, who have stomach ulcers. It can exacerbate inflammation and even cause bleeding. Something average between the strong tea and the week infusion of tea, is moderately good for treating fever. But too strong tea – both green and black! – on the contrary, increases the temperature. So, one should not drink a strong tea when having a cold.
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