A woman in the UK recently asked her doctor to remove her gallbladder, saying it was causing her to get too much sugar in her tea.
But she is now eating it and says it is “good” and “sensible.”
Dr. Joanna Burdette said that she had a gallblister, which she was using to treat a blood infection, and that she found it useful to have a little bit of sugar in tea as part of a plan to reduce the amount of sugar she was eating.
“I thought it was a good idea to try and cut out the sugar in the tea as a way of reducing the sugar content and also because of the fact that I’ve got a liver infection,” she told CNN.
“When I started, I thought it would be OK to have it in tea because I think it’s healthier than sugar, and it’s good.”
She also found it a good way to help with her liver condition, and has decided to continue with the tea.
She said she was not sure why she was asking her doctor for permission to eat the tea, but that it is good for her liver and that it was something she could try to try again in a few months.
“It’s a bit of a strange thing, I think,” she said.
“For a lot of people, tea is the perfect drink because it’s not too sweet, it’s a good tea.”
But sometimes when you’re feeling really sick, it can be a bit difficult, and then when you have a gallstone in the liver, it becomes very difficult to drink tea.
“She said that because of her liver ailment, she is not able to drink coffee or tea, and therefore is “not a big tea drinker.
“But now she is eating it, and said that it “has made me feel better, and not so sick.””
It has made me feeling much better and it has really helped me sleep,” she added.