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Black Tea with Lemon Juice

The British introduced tea to India as late as the nineteenth century for use as a commercial commodity, but now India is the 2nd largest producer of tea in the world. Somehow, milk and sugar got added to it to make it a sweet drink to induce a kick in the mornings. All three ingredients: tea, sugar and milk are considered to be unhealthy as all are acidic in nature and should be avoided. Before Indian tea became popular, most households made healthier drinks called kadha or kasai and each home had their own recipe and combinations of spices. Some of these are still served in stalls outside temples in southern India.

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Spiced Black Tea

This is a wonderful replacement for your morning cup of tea that is usually made with dairy milk. It’s not only delicious but also refreshing and soothing on the digestive system.

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Lime Mint Drink

Lemon is rich in vitamin C and acts as an antioxidant, whereas mint is said to help improve digestion, brain function and conditions like irritable bowel syndrome. It is also said to prevent bloating and gas and alleviate cold symptoms.

Raisins contain tartaric acid, which is a protein that may have anti-inflammatory properties, improve intestinal function, and help improve good gut bacteria levels. Since raisins have a low glycaemic index, they are much better than sugar or jaggery both of which are processed sweeteners.

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