15 myths about tea and its consumption

15 myths about tea and its consumption

He teaa globally revered drink with more than 5,000 years of history, is enjoyed at any time of day, alone or in company, and in any weather.

Its meaning goes beyond a simple infusion: it is a cultural, healthy and economic element. In Chili, the passion for tea is no less. According to data from Statista Consumer Insights, 74% of Chileans enjoy this drink, placing the country as the fourth largest consumer globally.

Given this high consumption and the deep-rooted culture of tea, at Emol we turn to expert nutritionists, ophthalmologists, dentists and tasters to deny some of the most deeply rooted and sometimes wrong beliefs about tea, transmitted from generation to generation. Check them out below!

1. Tea dehydrates due to its caffeine content

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