Ritual tea drinks have been practiced for thousands of years and for good reason. Tea contains polyphenol that protects the hear
Ritual tea drinks have been practiced for thousands of years and for good reason. Tea contains polyphenol that protects the heart, antioxidants (which reduce the risk of cancer), are a source of food that stimulates immunity (minerals and vitamins), etc. Although tea tea can reduce the intestines of nausea, there are also types that are potentially dangerous during pregnancy. It is therefore very important to be informed by the rapporteur about which herbicides can be used. In general, there are very few official recommendations for taking the preparations, because scientific research is unnecessary, information about the relay, but certain teas are considered safe for pregnant women, of course, provided that the recommended daily dose is respected. Vaccine with caffeine which should be avoided during pregnancy Classical teas (green, black and their mixtures) are obtained from Thea sinensis, which originate from the Far East, Japan and China. Specific processing of the list receives different types of tea that have a certain number of caffeine. It is believed that a cup of classic green tea has about 40-50 mg of caffeine. Chuck and variants of this tea "without caffeine" contain about 4 mg of brown tea. Because of the amount of caffeine, these teas are not recommended during pregnancy, because the maximal daily recommendation for pregnant women is 200 mg caffeine per day. Even around this recommended daily dose, there is controversy between the scientific world, because coffee has been proven to pass quickly through the placenta (placenta) and may affect the development of the fetus, since the fetus has no metabolic mechanisms as adults that can neutralize the effect of coffee. Daily intake of 200 mg of caffeine per day reduces blood flow through bedding by 25%! Cytochrome P450 1A2, a major enzyme involved in the metabolism of caffeine, is present in the bedding and fetus. Caffeine reduces the bodyweight of the newborn, prolongs the period of transmission (portability lasts 8 hours longer for every 100 mg of caffeine per day), too much caffeine reduces the absorption of very important folic acid (which is vital for preventing the development of the nervous tube of fetus), has a diuretic effect can lead to dangerous dehydration), reduces the absorption of harmful substances, etc. It is therefore most interesting to avoid beverages containing caffeine - all types of beverages containing coffee, classical your energy drinks, iced teas, etc. If you are eager to take vegetables or black tea, you can very easily reduce the amount of coffee in the tea so: 30 seconds pour tea teas in water, release water, and then drink 2dl hot water. Caffeine is the first to be released in water so this way can significantly reduce the amount of coffee in tea. On the other hand, there are many green tea that does not contain caffeine, but only some are known to be harmful during pregnancy. Herbal teas are made from root, berry, flowers, seeds and leaves from various plants. These teas naturally do not contain caffeine (or contain very little to 0.4 mg caffeine per cup), but the problem is related to the availability of information that plants really are safe during the transferability, so these teas must be careful with the use. Many phytotherapists recommend the use of certain vegetable teas during pregnancy because they are a rich source of vitality for vitamins and minerals, and the need for these substances during pregnancy increases considerably. The well-known naturopath Nicole Tracy, who deals with the treatment of woman's sterility and health, recommends the use of individual plant teas (according to her words - it's a much better idea to try caffeine drinks). The use is extremely safe as long as we maintain the recommended daily doses. In terms of caffeinated beverages, herbal teas act by hydrating, have many important substances (minerals and vitamins), a wealth of antioxidants, easily usable substances.