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Some herbs produce natural sugars. This might lead to calories. However, if it's under 25 K/cals you'll burn those off just sitting and drinking your tea. Those are k/cals not worth the trouble counting.
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I like tea (okay, I LOVE tea). In the morning I will drink from 1 to 4 cups of decaffinated tea, and after dinner I'll have another 1 to 3 cups of either decaf or some herbal. Minor complaint - my nutrition doesn't have decaf tea, but I just use brewed (other minor complaint - the 'units' are in ounces, not cups, but also okay).
Here's the real 'thing' - my nutrition lists herbal tea as having calories! Any idea why? The camomile tea I've got lists 0 calories. I haven't got a box of other herbal that has nutrition info right now.
And this isn't a 'rounding error' on my nutrition - you know, each cup has 2 calories, but 4 cups has 12 or whatever.
Do some herbal teas have sugar in them or something?
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