Friday, June 26, 2020

Can people with bad stomachs drink tea?

The benefits of drinking tea are well known, but things are twofold. Inappropriate tea drinking habits will affect the stomach. Some people say that the stomach is not good to drink tea, because the caffeine in the tea has a stimulating effect on the stomach, this cannot be generalized. Generally speaking, there are three kinds of people who do not drink tea if they have a bad stomach:

1. Drink tea on an empty stomach

Drinking tea when hungry will cause abnormal gastric juice secretion, causing the mucous membrane of the digestive tract to contract, causing stomach pain.

2. Don't drink strong tea

Strong tea contains a large amount of theophylline and other substances. If you drink strong tea for a long time, it will directly stimulate our body and cause various symptoms such as weakness and indigestion.

3. Do not drink cold tea

It is advisable to drink warm tea. Cold tea has the disadvantages of stagnant cold and phlegm.

In addition to three not to drink, according to the warm and cold nature of the tea, you can also see which tea can be consumed by people with poor stomach.

The common teas in our daily life are mainly divided into green tea, green tea, black tea and black tea. Generally speaking, Tieguanyin in green tea and green tea are cold teas due to their low degree of fermentation; Dahongpao and oolong tea in clear tea are all neutral teas, while black tea and Puer tea (cooked tea) are all warm Sex tea. So what kind of tea to drink to nourish the stomach, I think everyone understands it.

1. Black tea

Black tea is made by fermentation and roasting. Tea polyphenols undergo an enzymatic oxidation reaction under the action of oxidase. The content decreases, and the irritation to the stomach decreases accordingly. In addition, the oxidation products of these tea polyphenols can also promote human digestion, so not only does black tea hurt the stomach, but it can nourish the stomach.

2. Pu'er cooked tea

Drinking Pu'er cooked tea at an appropriate concentration will not only stimulate the stomach. After the smooth, sticky and mellow tea enters the human intestines and stomach, it will form a film, which is attached to the surface layer of the stomach and has a protective effect on the stomach! Therefore, drinking Pu'er tea for a long time can play a role in nourishing and protecting the stomach. Pu'er tea also has the function of promoting gastrointestinal motility, so long-term drinking can help laxative and prevent constipation.

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