Adding Milk to Tea Will Wipes Out the Benefits?

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Aug 29th, '17, 03:14
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Adding Milk to Tea Will Wipes Out the Benefits?

by janet11 » Aug 29th, '17, 03:14

The study found that a group of proteins in milk, called caseins, interacted with the tea to reduce the concentration of catechins.
The result will influence your habits?
Are you a milk tea lover?

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Re: Adding Milk to Tea Will Wipes Out the Benefits?

by Tri-Color » Sep 7th, '17, 13:08

I have not heard that before. The only teas that I add any dairy to is a black tea with vanilla and Red Rose tea. The Red Rose is a cheap black tea for sweet tea that tastes surprisingly good to me hot.



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Re: Adding Milk to Tea Will Wipes Out the Benefits?

by dizzo » Sep 7th, '17, 13:31

Do you have links to this study?

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