Beating The Heat With Tea
Conventional wisdom tells you that when it comes to keeping hydrated, tea is a no-no because of its caffeine content. “Wrong!” says the UK Tea Council.
It is a common misconception that during extremely hot weather tea should be avoided as a fluid replacement due to the supposed action of caffeine. In fact tea does not have a diuretic effect unless the amount of tea drunk equals 7 cups in one sitting.
So why not make a refreshing glass of iced tea this summer?
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