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Too Much Tea Causes Unusual Bone Disease

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This boggles my mind.... :unsure2:

A 47-year-old Michigan woman developed a bone disease rarely seen in the U.S. after she drank a pitcher of tea made from at least 100 tea bags daily, for 17 years, researchers report.

The Detroit woman visited the doctor after experiencing pain in her lower back, arms, legs and hips for five years.

X-rays revealed areas of very dense bone on the spinal vertebrae and calcifications of ligaments in her arm, said study researcher Dr. Sudhaker D. Rao, a physician at Henry Ford Hospital who specializes in endocrinology and bone and mineral metabolism.

The researchers suspected the woman had skeletal fluorosis, a bone disease caused by consuming too much fluoride (a mineral found in tea as well as drinking water).

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it is not the pitcher ... it is the 100 bags of tea

100 tea bags can make a lot of pitchers

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I be in trouble!

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Holy cow, how big is that pitcher that it takes 100 tea bags and how potent the brew?!?!?

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Too much of just about anything will be bad for you.

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Saw this earlier today. Um. I have to agree with the people above. Too much of anything is bad for you.

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How did she afford this habit?

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As a devout tea drinker ,I couldn't drink the stuff she's brewing. I mean gross ,and I love strong black teas .

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damn and i just thought i drank a lot of tea 100 bags to a pitcher **** you want sum water with that? counting mine up 6 bags per pitcher 1 pitcher a day 48 bags to a box yeah im good

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