One of the biggest questions I get asked about green tea is how young a child can take it. I think the answer is age-appropriate, but don’t let that stop you from trying it.
It is a widely known fact that green tea is very high in antioxidants and is well worth trying if you’re a child of six or so. It can also help prevent cancer, so you might want to think about giving it a try.
Well, as long as your child is still drinking green tea, I don’t think you should worry too much about their health. It’s a common misconception that drinking green tea before a meal can increase a child’s appetite. It’s not that simple, but I guess it depends on the diet.
I have a 6 year old daughter and I dont like the idea of her drinking any kind of tea. She drinks water though. She’s at that age, and shes not stupid. If she was to drink green tea it would just ruin her appetite. If its a green tea you drink it with a little milk and sugar, then you can probably still get your daughter to eat it.
The idea of drinking tea at any age is a bit strange, but it is true that some green tea contains caffeine which can affect a childs ability to focus or concentrate. The caffeine comes from the leaves of the tea plant and is responsible for the “green” color. It is generally safe for children but its possible to get a caffeine overdose if it is consumed in too large of quantity.
It is also true that some tea is grown in the greenhouses of China where it is grown for export. If it is grown in the right places then it is a safe cup of tea. But if its grown in the wrong places and is then sold in the wrong countries then it can be unsafe even if it has the correct amount of caffeine.
It is true that some green tea is grown in the greenhouses of China where it is grown for export. If it is grown in the right places then it is a safe cup of tea. But if its grown in the wrong places and is then sold in the wrong countries then it can be unsafe even if it has the correct amount of caffeine.
The caffeine in green tea is the caffeine from the leaves themselves, not from the fruit. If you grow it in a greenhouse in China, it is likely grown under a strict regime that prevents it from being sold into the rest of the world, due to the concerns of government agencies. So it is safe to drink in China, but it is not safe to drink in the US because it is grown under unsafe conditions.
And then there’s a lot of other things, such as tea that can be grown in the UK but which is only safe if it is grown in a strict regime. In other words, it is not exactly safe to drink.
Well, yeah. But, you know, tea is made from the fruit. There is a difference. But, the point of this article is that green tea is not safe to drink for children. I mean, it is a fruit, and it takes a while for your brain to develop enough to understand that green tea is not safe to drink for children.