Green Tea, Yes… but in Moderation

We will not rehash the thousand virtues of green tea, but you might like to know that drinking more than five or six cups a day can cause some bodily dysfunction that is not to be taken lightly: heart palpitations, disturbed sleep, high blood pressure, iron deficiency anaemia, shortness of breath, diarrhoea…

https://www.thehealthsite.com/fitness/drinking-too-much-green-tea-can-cause-these-side-effects-771406/

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