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White tea and pregnancy

White tea and pregnancy

White tea and pregnancy

If you are pregnant, many questions may arise about what you can safely consume. One common question concerns the consumption of tea, and white tea in particular. Although white tea naturally contains theine (caffeine), as do other teas, there are ways to enjoy it while being mindful of your theine intake. Let's take a closer look at this.


Theine in white tea and pregnancy

Theine, the stimulant also known as caffeine, is best avoided in large quantities during pregnancy[1]. It is a misconception that white tea contains significantly less theine than other teas such as green or black tea[2]. In reality, the amount of theine in tea can vary based on several factors, including the growing conditions of the tea plant and the processing of the leaves.

It is still important to monitor your total intake of theine during pregnancy. The Health Council recommends consuming no more than 200mg of theine per day when pregnant[3].


The benefits of white tea

In addition to the presence of theine, white tea also has a range of benefits to offer. It is rich in antioxidants that can be beneficial for overall health[4]. These antioxidants can help neutralize free radicals in the body, contributing to a strong immune system.

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  1. "Caffeine (1, 3, 7-trimethylxanthine) in Foods: A Comprehensive Review on Consumption, Functionality, Safety, and Regulatory Matters" - Journal of Food Science
  2. "Caffeine content of prepackaged national-brand and private-label carbonated beverages" - Journal of Food Science
  3. "Gezondheidseffecten van cafeine" - Food Info
  4. "Phenolic Profiles and Antioxidant Activities of 30 Tea Infusions from Green, Black, Oolong, White, Yellow and Dark Teas" - MDPI


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