08 July, 2011
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Calories in a Cup of Tea With Skimmed Milk
Brewing a cup of tea produces a natural drink with powerful antioxidant properties; it's associated with cardiovascular health and reducing the risk of some cancers. Adding skimmed milk to this healthy drink produces a creamy texture with few added calories, if any.
Teas made with all natural ingredients, which make up the majority of loose or bagged tea, contains zero calories, according to the Caloriecounter.com.
Tea with Skimmed Milk
Adding 1 tbsp. of skimmed milk to your tea adds five calories.
If you include additional ingredients in your tea, such as sugar or honey, you increase the calorie count of your tea to as much as 100 more calories.
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