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... of that of regular Black Tea. So, 48 oz of green tea is probably equal to about 16 oz. of regular iced tea. That's assuming that you are brewing it yourself. ... (8 replies)
... Too much green tea? ... (6 replies)
... Hey! I kinda have the same question. I drink immense amounts of tea.. not just green tea, but all kinds. Throughout the day I'll drink about 2 cups of green tea, a couple cups of echinechea tea, dandilion root tea, 3 cups of chamomile tea w/ valerian supplements to calm me down at night and then some others... oh i drink lots of normal water too. My dad thinks that too much... (8 replies)

... Okay... I drink caffeinated because I've heard that the caffeine speeds up your metabolism. How much tea is recommended, then? ... (8 replies)
... I use to get that, but slacked off drinking it, I drink more water and juice now. ... (8 replies)
Green tea
Apr 15, 2010
... for me, green tea's are good for our health since it detoxify us form those unnecessary elements which are inside our body. but i think too much drinking of green tea could also lead to some possible sickness. therefore, you should at least monitor your drinking schedules to avoid some possible side effects. ... (5 replies)
... Taking too many capsules IS a bad idea, mega overload on concentrated green tea, and It really doesnt suprise me... Heck people have died from drinking an overdose of water, messes up the bodies electrolites I think. Too much of anything is not usually good for you! ... (5 replies)
... I've been making green tea by the gallon, keeping it my fridge and drinking it like I would drink water. ... (8 replies)
Green tea
Oct 8, 2009
... It depends on how much you mean by "lots of green tea". One gallon per day? ... (5 replies)
... I would say yes, it's possible. I'm not an expert on tea but I did read that it can interfere with the absorbtion of iron. Also, I know that tea usually acts as a diuretic. ... (5 replies)
... e tonight. I am very sensitive to stimulants, I've had several caffeine induced panic attacks in the past. I have been trying to eliminate caffeine completely, drinking only decaf drinks. I can tell you though that even decaf drinks have caffeine, I read a study saying that only 1 in 20 decaf products actually have 0 caffeine. ... (5 replies)
... Green tea has a lot of things going for it, so enjoying a few cups each day is probably OK for the majority of folks. ... (8 replies)
... I have never heard of drinking too much tea to cause any pain anywhere. ... (5 replies)
... is the same as drinking water. However, green tea can cause the thyroid to slow down. Remember even benefical nutrients can be taken in excess. ... (8 replies)
... ke any harm for you, but as it's caffeinated it dehydrates you which means it doesn't count to your fluid intake. but as long as you drink enough water or herbal tea as well it definitely is not bad for you. ... (8 replies)
Green tea
Jun 4, 2010
... Good points - Everything in moderation. (5 replies)
... the only thing Ive noticed when i drink too much tea, is it "cleans" you i dont know if your washing out nutrition...kinda like a flush? ... (6 replies)
Drinking Tea
Feb 23, 2006
... Yes...white tea is the least processed, hence more antioxidants. ... (7 replies)
... I just wanted to offer another coffee alternative for everyone who's trying to cut back on their coffee intake. I love my coffee drinks too and as I'm a grad student, I really find it helps me concentrate on my work. ... (18 replies)
... Hello Jason, Cocoa Tea....? I will read up on that. So you were a coffee addict....and your blood pressure affected is mine I believe but I am already making changes. No medications for you and a healthy diet! Congrats! Thanks for dropping in..... (11 replies)

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