Nutrition 1 MIN READ

Make Black Tea your Best-Tea: Enjoy it without worrying about your Blood Sugar

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Black tea consists of potent plant compounds like theaflavins and thearubigins polyphenols, which help with better glucose response. They have high antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and blood sugar-lowering properties. Drinking black tea without sweeteners can help maintain the glucose spikes in the body.

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• In case of spikes – avoid adding sugar/sweeteners to it. Instead of pairing it with cookies, biscuits, or other confectionaries, pair it with good sources of protein or fat for a better response.
• Try using natural sweeteners. Some spices and herbs taste better, like cinnamon, ginger, lemon, clove, and lemongrass, instead of sugar, which may spike your glucose levels.
• If adding spices is not your thing, try flower petals and sprouts for great taste.
• In case of crashes – Pair it with fruit/fresh dates/raisins – Have it with a snack like hummus/sprouts/peanuts/nuts.

Black tea can reduce your insulin levels. Black tea and a flat stomach go well hand-in-hand. Black tea can help maintain glucose levels. It has an appetite-suppressant effect, which helps reduce snacking and leads to weight loss. It has low calories and can be consumed daily. Adding fats helps with better glucose stability and prevents crashes.

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