Living in a stressful and fast-paced modern society, many young people have gastrointestinal problems. Some people say that drinking tea can nourish the stomach. In fact, there are some points for attention when drinking tea to nourish the stomach. Next, let's see what taboos people with a bad stomach have when drinking tea.
1： Drink hot tea
It's very cold. We usually make tea with boiling water. In fact, it is wrong to do so. Boiling water will not only weaken the efficacy of tea itself, but also stimulate the stomach and oral mucosa, which is very harmful to health.
Second, too many times
In addition to oolong tea and a few other tea, most of the tea can only be brewed three times. If the brewing times are too many, more than 90% of the nutrients and functional components have been extracted, and the unique taste and aroma are not obvious. Drinking more will also increase satiety, just drink more water.
Third, drink strong tea
Strong tea contains a lot of theophylline and other substances. If we drink strong tea for a long time, it will directly stimulate our health, cause weakness, indigestion and other symptoms.
Fourth, drink tea on an empty stomach
We know that the gastrointestinal function in winter is much weaker than that in summer. If we drink tea on an empty stomach at this time, the gastrointestinal system will immediately cause reaction, increase their burden, and lead to complete gastrointestinal dysfunction.
These are some taboos about drinking tea and nourishing the stomach shared by Xiaobian. I believe everyone has something to gain. The parents with poor intestines and stomach can also eat some prebiotics such as zangling stachyose every day to supplement the rations and nutrition sources for the beneficial bacteria in the body, help regulate the balance of the intestinal environment, and is also very conducive to the recovery of digestive function.