Can diabetes patients take tea?


    TL;DR: Usually, yes. However, given that diabetes is a serious medical condition, I would always advise double-checking with a licensed medical professional.

    Our answer is driven from people we know who are diabetic who drink tea. It helps quench thirst and maintain their appetite (monitoring your weight and food habits is very important for diabetic people) which is why they consume it. It is also rich in antioxidants and other beneficial minerals. It’s important to note that these benefits are common across all varieties of tea.

    Essentially consuming anything with zero sugar content is permissible when you have diabetes. As always, for the best teas in the world, check our collection right here: Chai & Mighty | Finest Loose Leaf Tea in the World | Darjeeling Tea

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