Should green tea be taken with meals and can it hurt nutrient absorption? | Masterjohn Q&A Files #273

Short Answer: Green tea inhibits the absorption of many things. With a meal it can help prevent rises in blood glucose, but nutrient absorption will be better if it’s used away from meals. 

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