Chinese tea eggs
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Please reduce eating Chinese tea eggs during pregnancy as they contain caffeine and a high sodium content. Tea eggs can cause an expectant mother's blood pressure to rise, then increase pregnancy-induced hypertension risk.
After giving birth, you should still watch your intake when it comes to Chinese tea eggs. The caffeine found in tea eggs is not beneficial to a recovering mum's health, as it might increase the kidney's work.
You should eat less tea eggs during breastfeeding as well, due to their limited nutrients.
Tea eggs are not suitable for babies under the age of 11 months.