Chinese diet teas can stimulate certain disorders

Chinese Diet Teas Can Stimulate Certain Disorders

For many years Chinese teas have been known to be one of the worlds amazing diet remedies. Various companies have been promoting these products as such. Chinese diet teas are low on calories and the caffeine contained in most teas helps in the burning of calories. Furthermore, polyphenols, a substance found in teas assists in fat digestion. Tea touches people in a good way, that is a fact!

Even though they come in many names, like fasting tea or weight loss tea, all promote a common saying, “Swallow this tea and you will slim down”. With that said, a lot of experts noted that what you are in fact absorbing from these products is a plant based laxative that can cause some upsets like diarrhea or fainting, and perhaps even death when ingested in excessive amounts.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) once declared that the laxative teas and dietary supplements of most concern are those containing 1 or more substances, such as rhubarb root, castor oil, and cascara. These products are derived from plants and have been used many years for their ability to help constipation and boost bowel movements. They are highly effective for such designs with occasional use.

When the labeled “Chinese diet teas” are over used grounded on the misconception that steady bowel movements prohibit the absorption of calories, problems may appear. Numerous studies have shown that laxative induced diarrhea does not significantly cut back absorption of calories as laxatives don’t work in the small intestine where the calories are absorbed. It rather works on the colon, which is the lower end of the bowel.

It is true in fact, that when the Chinese diet teas are by steeping the tea longer than product labeling recommends, or when intaking more than the recommended amount, the tea effects may lead to short as well as long term unfavorable conditions. This could lead to stomach cramps, vomiting, nausea and diarrhea which are the typical disorders to occur. This condition can last for several days.

When these laxatives are used constantly, laxative dependency will tend to develop with rounds of chronic diarrhea, abdominal pain as well as constipation. In the most extreme cases, these laxatives can cause fainting, dehydration and serious electrolyte disorders. As observed, these after-effects of excessive use are most likely to develop in people who are nutritionally compromised because of rigorous weight-loss dieting.

Due to these concerns, the FDA is now thinking of requiring the manufacturers of labeled “Chinese diet teas” to place warning labels on all their product stimulant laxatives. It is also important that those who are drinking Chinese diet teas for any purpose have to read and follow the recommended directions carefully and learn about tea effects. The words indicated on the label under “warning” should then be given attention.

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