How bubble tea can affect your health


While the brown sugar and fresh milk marketed in some bubble teas might sound like healthy ingredients, the excessive amount of sugar used makes it anything but healthy. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

Bubble tea has been in the news lately, not only for the long queues of patient customers lining up for a cup of their favourite brew, but also because of the high sugar content found in these beverages.

Consultant physician Dr Tan Wee Yong and dietitian Kong Woan Fei share their thoughts on this latest food craze.

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