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Question: can I drink green tea during pregnancy?

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Answer: Hello dear, Congratulations for your pregnancy Try to limit your caffeine consumption to less than 200 mg per day. In other words, it’s OK to have a cup or two of green tea each day, possibly up to four cups safely, and stay well below that level. Just be sure to monitor your overall intake of caffeine to stay below the 200 mg per day level. To make sure you stay below that level, also add up the caffeine you consume in: chocolate soft drinks black tea energy drinks coffee.
Answer: Hi congratulations to you on your pregnancy.. yes dear you can absolutely drink green tea as it has no sife effects.. you must be thinking that it helps in weight loss and this time you will be gaining. But there is nothing like that. Rather it helps in digestion and helps in hydrating your body which you are going to need during pregnancy. Dont worry and enjoy this phase. All the best
Answer: Yes you can but in limited quantity..There is no official advice that says you should stop drinking green tea during pregnancy. So there's no harm in enjoying a cup or two. However, you shouldn't drink too much green tea, as it contains only a little less caffeine than standard tea, depending on how it's brewed.
Answer: there is no official advice that says you should stop drinking green tea during pregnancy. So there's no harm in enjoying a cup or two. However, you shouldn't drink too much green tea, as it contains only a little less caffeine than standard tea, depending on how it's brewed.
Answer: There is no official advice that says you should stop drinking green tea during pregnancy. So there's no harm in enjoying a cup or two. However, you shouldn't drink too much green tea, as it contains only a little less caffeine than standard tea, depending on how it's brewed.
Answer: Yes you can drink green tea but just one or two cups daily. But Still it is advisable that its good if you avoid drinks which contains caffeine. Green tea also contains caffeine but less compare to blank tea.
Answer: Hii it's advisable to avoid recent ea in first trimester as it can led to miscarriage u can have it from 2nd trimester in a moderate qty. All the best.
Answer: Yes u can drink green tea during pregnancy. so there is no harm in enjoying a cup or two , u shouldn't drink too much green tea .
Answer: No its not safe during pregnancy ..some times its lead miscarriage.. After 6month you have little amount
Answer: Congratulations for pregnancy dear. You can drink green tea but only one cup.
Answer: Hello! Yes, you can have green tea but don't have items more than 2 cups.
Answer: No don't drink any tea, take to everyday milk,green tea is not good
Answer: Not advisible. It will reduce ur hemoglobin level
Answer: No....its nt safe for baby
Answer: Ha u can take no prblm
Answer: thank you everyone
Answer: Yes in limit
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Question: can I drink green tea during pregnancy
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy and all the best for your motherhood. Yes you can drink a cup or two per day. However, you shouldn't drink too much green tea, as it contains only a little less caffeine than standard tea, depending on how it's brewed. Hope this information was helpful.
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Question: Can i drink green tea during pregnancy?
Answer: Yes dear u can.green tea is rich of antioxidents which is helpful for u but don't take it in a large amount as it will reduce absorbance of folic acid and iron which is very helpful for this time so it is best not to drink green tea with meals.
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Question: Can I drink green tea during pregnancy?
Answer: Hello dear... yes,you can have green tea,there is no harm in having a cup or two in pregnancy,but don't have more green tea because it contain only less caffeine,apart from this it produce numerous benefits and it is also an great immunity booster,can also have herbal tea made of thulsi,pepper,ginger,lemon and honey,will be too good to have in pregnancy
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