Is Lipton tea or green tea good for ulcer patient?

✔Stomach ulcers (often called peptic ulcers or gastric ulcee) are painful sores that develop in the lining of your digestive system. They usually form in the stomach but can also sometimes develop in the small intestine (especially a part called the duodenum) or the esophagus.

Common signs and symptoms of stomach ulcers✔✔✔✔✔

🍓abdominal pains and burning sensations, including bloating (especially after eating and between the belly and breastbone)
🍓bleeding when vomiting or going to the bathroom
🍓nausea and vomiting
🍓darker stools
🍓loss of appetite and changes in body weight
🍓trouble sleeping due to pain
🍓other digestive complaints like heartburn, acid reflux, feeling gassy
🍓the risk for perforation
🍓dehydration, weakness and fatigue (if food intake is changed in response to pain when eating)
🍓diarrhea can occur as a symptom even before other stomach ulcer symptoms start.

Many ulcer patients apart from taking medications proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole and antibiotics like amoxicillin to get rid of the causative organism called helicobacter pylori and to reduce the excess stomach acidity, many lifestyle modifications such as watching what we eat and drink (diet) and exercise helps to reduce peptic ulcer episode and even ulcer healing.

Now, many persons especially ulcer patients want to know if they can drink lipton tea or the body slimming tea called green tea. Does lipton tea or green tea worsen ulcer, cause ulcer pains or does it help in ulcer healing or cure?

Is Lipton tea or green tea good for ulcer patient?

Lipton tea or green tea is not really bad for ulcer patients…just make sure you take them in moderation. Green tea or Lipton tea is safe for ulcer patients…it does not worsen ulcer pains or aggravate ulcer symptoms. Ulcer patients can go ahead and take lipton tea or green tea.

Green tea or Lipton tea is harmless to stomach ulcer patients but if you develop any worsened ulcer pains following intake of lipton or green tea, then i would advise you stop it….please be informed that if you have acute pains from stomach ulcer, dont add milk to your lipton tea. The milk in the lipton may make your ulcer worsen not the lipton or green tea.

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