Question:Is it true that drinking tea can be the reason of dark skin color of baby
No dear it is jus old grand mom tale. Tea coffee do not effect colour of yur baby.
But caffeine in tea n coffee is not good during pregnancy it causes problems like
Excessive caffeine consumption (defined as drinking three or more cups of coffee or tea daily during pregnancy) has been also associated with a higher incidence of miscarriage and low birth weight. Plus, as it does in adults, caffeine can increase a baby'sheart rate.
Let me drill that down for you. 200 mg of caffeine a day is A okay according to doctors. The 200 mg doesn't look like this. In general, a 12-ounce cup of coffee has roughly 200 mg caffeine already. Of course, some of the leading chains pack a little more of buzz. So, order a short or a small 8-ounce cup, which weighs at 180 mg of caffeine. Not a big coffee drinker? You can have roughly 3 cups of black tea and still be within the safe range for caffeine. Studies show that women who ignore the 200 mg can have twice the risk of miscarriage. So know your limit. There are three different processes used to decaffeinate your favorite drinks