Based on an article written by MedicalNewsToday, many people enjoy eating bread and tea especially in the morning or sometimes at night because it's light, tastes sweet, and easy to digest in the stomach, but are unaware of the medical conditions that can be worsened by the intake of the food. Knowing these medical issues or conditions discussed in the following paragraphs below will help people who have them avoid taking bread and tea regularly or stay away from it completely.
MayoClinic reports that both bread and tea can make it more challenging to control health conditions like high blood pressure. This is because consuming tea may cause a more dramatic and rapid increase in blood pressure with coffee alone. Bread, which is made with processed flour, may also contribute to the development of this condition.
Bread and tea consumption has also been linked to an increase in diabetes. Carbohydrates, such as those found in bread, raise blood glucose levels more than other kinds of food because of how quickly they are metabolized by the body. Tea may increase the body's sensitivity to insulin, hence diabetics should limit their tea consumption.
3. Stomach ulcer
Ulcers in the stomach's lining may become worse after drinking tea. This is because it includes an acid that may cause gastric acid production to increase. Some meals may not have a major impact on ulcers, but limiting caffeine, tea, bread, as well as other common triggers may help.
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