Is Tea Safe for Pregnant Women and Children?

Does pregnancy mean that you have to (eeeeek) stop drinking tea?

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If you are passionate about food and drink then being pregnant must be a bit restrictive. Of course the absolute joy of bringing life into the world far outweighs the negatives but being given a long list of foods to avoid by your doctor can't be fun.

In this video I try to give you the facts about drinking tea when you are expecting and it is not all bad for you Teaheads.

Then I introduce you to my absolute favourite guests for a dose of cuteness.

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