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Constipation, pain during motions, get small stools since taking green tea. Does green tea cause constipation?

hi, my name is ramesh, i just completed yoga instructor course and came back to normal life. past 2 months are ok, but since last week i have constipation problem, i have motion pain but when i sit very small stools will coming out, i still remember i when for meeting and i took green tea in that shop from that day i have this problem, not only that two days later i went again and drink the same green tea. my question is green tea will conflict the constipation or not
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
hi ramesh its very unlikely that the green tea could cause constipation..but in case you feel so try changing the brand..also it could be due to less activity since you were doing a yoga instructor course during which you were doing lot of activity.. try going for brisk walks/ jogs/ or start yoga again..eat fruits, nuts , salads, oats, jowar, ragi.. avoid wheat for sometime..and drink lot of water.. sleep well..
Answered: Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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yes green tea affect on intestine. you r affected /not .this is say very difficult.beco,z during meeting have you any anxiety/nervous may cause this also.
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Answered: Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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