Is lipton tea bad for pregnant women?
I am 4 months pregnant and I want to know how much tea is safe to drink.
You need to watch your caffeine levels. Tea that is caffeinated should be greatly reduced or avoided. If you can get a caffeine free variety it should be fine in moderation, however the body needs more water during pregnancy due to your increased blood supply. (Teas, colas and coffees are dehydrating)
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