If you ever decide to switch from coffee to green tea as a healthy alternative to coffee or any health related reason, you should remember this.
Green tea is highly recommended and extremely healthy, in a number of situations, especially as a coffee substitute. It is well known that it reduces stress, plays a significant role in slowing the progression of prostate cancer, reduces cholesterol and gives the body energy. In addition, it is an excellent ally in melting fat and losing weight, but experts still warn us on its bad side.
They reveal that green tea can interfere with the action of drugs for hypertension.
The truth is, green tea is packed with tannin, which may limit the absorption of iron from vegetables and fruits. Because of the high amount of caffeine, green tea should be avoided when on some specific drugs. Consult with your doctor, to know exactly when you can use it without a problem, especially if you have a major health problem.
Researchers from the Medical School Fukoshima advise that you should talk with your doctor when using green tea for a longer time and found that green tea can lower the effect of certain flu drugs.