Let’s Talk About Tea!
Tea has many benefits, for the body, stress and energy levels, and even in the prevention of serious diseases. White, black and green tea have been tested, talked about, and consumed for years on this basis, each with unique but valuable contributions to the body.
Green Tea has been acknowledged for its multiple health benefits including, but not limited to, weight loss assistance.
The reason why so many people are drawn to the benefits of Green Tea, is because it contains powerful antioxidants which contribute to the minimising one’s risk of being diagnosed with Cancer or Cardiovascular Disease but the benefits and taste of Red Tea has been seriously overlooked.
Did you know?
- Rooibos is also known as Red Tea
- It means Red Bush
- Red Tea, unlike Green Tea, doesn’t contain caffeine (You can therefore drink it at night!)
- Red Tea, unlike Green Tea, isn’t bitter in taste
- It also contains high levels of antioxidants – Aspalathin and Nothofagin, which are considered rare
- Red Tea helps regulate blood sugar
- Red Tea reduces excessive fat production
- Red Tea reduces stress levels
- Red Tea reduces inhibit metabolic disorders
- Red Tea prevents heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimers and much, much more
Rooibos is a traditional beverage of the native Khoi people in the Cape in South Africa. Traditionally, the native people harvest the leaves, bruise them with hammers, ferment them and dry them out. The result is a gorgeous red, astringent tea that refreshing and tasty.
Green Tea & Caffeine: Why Red Tea Detox Is Better For You
As mentioned above, Green Tea contains caffeine which isn’t great for the every day person.
It has a domino affect on your:
- Quality of Sleep
- Daytime Tiredness
- Mood swings
Based on more than a decade of research spanning over 500 medical studies as well as almost three years of real-world testing, this program has the results – and the science – to back it up.
Red Tea Antioxidants:
Aspalathin helps modify hormones in the body and reduces the output of adrenal hormones, this of course reduces stress and help inhibit metabolic disorders.
Aspalathin also assists by regulating blood sugar levels and therefore plays a role in reducing the risk of Type 2 diabetes and excessive fat production.
The antioxidant nothofagin also demonstrates significant anti-inflammatory properties and, along with aspalathin, may help to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Both appear to protect nerves.
This is why we recommend the Red Tea Detox Program by Liz Swann Miller.
Red Tea Detox is unique ‘red’ herbal tea, and cleansing program that is designed to detoxify the body and help shed extra belly fat quickly and safely.
The program consists of three elements (diet, exercise, mindset) to create one of the most comprehensive and easy-to-use detoxification programs to date.
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