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Here’s How Homemade Milk Tea Without Sugar can be made Healthier

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Milk tea is a popular worldwide drink but may not be the best choice for those looking to maintain stable blood sugar levels. Tea contains tannins and caffeine, which can trigger cortisol (stress hormone) and increase blood sugar levels. Milk contains natural sugar, which can cause hyperglycemic events because of its quick absorption in the bloodstream. However, you can still enjoy your milk tea without added sugar.

How to optimise your homemade tea
• Use black tea instead of regular tea to reduce tannins and caffeine.
• Swap regular milk with soy, almond, or nut-based alternatives to avoid milk sugar.
• Limit one cup per day to minimise the impact on blood sugar levels.

By making simple substitutions, you can reduce sugar intake and maintain stable blood sugar levels, benefitting overall health. Excessive sugar intake can lead to health problems. Hence, making milk tea at home without the added sugar can help maintain stable blood sugar levels, especially for people with prediabetes and diabetes and those looking to lose weight or improve their health.

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