Compared to Coffee, Is Tea More Hydrating?

Since tea has less caffeine than coffee, it's often thought to be more hydrating. The quantity of caffeine in

tea varies according on the variety, steeping duration, and brewing technique. The amount of

caffeine in an 8-ounce cup of coffee and tea is broken down as follows: Coffee (95 mg), Oolong (38 mg),

Green tea (29 mg), Black tea (48 mg), herbal brew, sans caffeine. All things considered, tea is a

fantastic way to stay hydrated, especially if you pick a type like herbal or green tea that has less caffeine. 

By steeping tea for a shorter period of time, you may also lessen its caffeine concentration.

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