If you also drink tea and coffee at this time then be careful, ICMR has issued an alert and said a big thing.

Many people in India are fond of drinking tea and coffee. Some people also start their morning with tea and coffee. But do you know that there is a time to drink tea and coffee also. Drinking tea all the time can prove dangerous. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has told when tea and coffee are most dangerous. 

Time of tea-coffee

India especially has the highest number of tea drinkers. Not only this, most people drink several cups of tea from the time they wake up in the morning till they go to sleep at night. But do you know what is the right time to drink tea and coffee? The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has asked to exercise restraint regarding their consumption.

Healthy eating habits

Let us tell you that ICMR has Recently, 17 new dietary guidelines have been introduced in partnership with the National Institute of Nutrition (NIN). The aim of which is to encourage healthy eating habits across India. These guidelines emphasize the importance of a varied diet and active lifestyle. Recognizing the importance of tea and coffee, medical experts have also warned against excessive consumption of both due to possible health concerns.

When should one drink tea

Researchers from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said that tea and coffee contain caffeine. This caffeine, along with stimulating the central nervous system, also motivates the body to become dependent on itself. The guidelines also mention the amount of caffeine found in tea and coffee, according to which a 150 ml cup of brewed coffee contains 80-120 mg of caffeine. Whereas the amount of caffeine in instant coffee is 50-65 mg and that of tea is 30-65 mg. ICMR has said in its advice that only 300 mg of caffeine should be consumed daily.

Drinking tea before and after meals is dangerous

While ICMR also advised avoiding tea or coffee for at least an hour before and after meals. According to researchers, because they contain tannin, which can reduce the body’s ability to absorb iron. Tannin binds with iron in the stomach, making it difficult for the body to absorb iron properly. This can cause health problems like iron deficiency and anemia. At the same time, it is said that excessive coffee consumption can also cause high blood pressure and heart related irregularities.

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