Stop eating bread and Tea if you have These HEALTH Problems

Some people are ignorant of their health and that is why there are so many people suffering from one medical condition and the other today. Before I proceed let me first of defining what human health is about.

“Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” what I mean by this is that health in itself is not just all about our external environment but also beyond the physical world.

Many people think that the ability of a person to live healthily is given by God alone but that is not true because health is what you can derive for yourself by living well and consciousness of life. In this article, I will be discussing with you what you avoid eating or reduce your intake of if you are suffering from this medical condition.

Bread and tea are some of the most popular diets of people, both old and young love eating It as breakfast before going to their place of work or school. However, certain people should not include bread and tea in their food to avoid health complications.


Eating lots of high-GI foods like white and white potatoes can cause weight gain, raising the risk of, say the researchers. A high-GI diet could also lead to insulin resistance (the decreased ability for the body to respond to the hormone insulin), which can lead to diabetes. If you already have diabetes, however, the impact of caffeine on insulin action may be associated with higher or lower blood sugar levels

Celiac Disease

Wheat sourdough bread may contain less gluten than regular yeast bread, but it’s not gluten-free. If you’re on a gluten-free diet with the disease, regular sourdough isn’t safe. Instead, buy sourdough celiac made with gluten-free grains, or invest a few days and activate your gluten-free sourdough starter. bread bread

Stomach Ulcer

Although there don’t appear to be specific foods that speed the healing or increases of ulcers; that takes time and medication. But it’s always possible that some foods irritate the ulcer more than others, so it’s a good idea to give up coffee, tea, cola, chocolate, alcohol, and fruit juices until the ulcer is healed.

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Jasper Chinedu
Jasper Chinedu (Sparobanks) is a Computer Program with over 5 years experience. He holds a Higher National Deploma in Computer Science from the Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri. He has built lots of Mobile APPS, Website of all kind, including this Website. Jasper is a Chief Editor and Webmaster at THETALK.NG. Email: [email protected]