Oct 092011
 

 

Teas’ Tea is an Authentically brewed and bottled Japanese green tea.  It is GMO (genetically modified organism) free and is an All-Natural tea with no artificial flavorings.  For the purpose of this review, I was sent two bottles of Teas’ Tea to try for myself.  Teas’ Teas come in three categories: Unsweetened, Low Calorie (lightly sweetened), and Classic (sweetened).  I am not a person who likes sweet drinks, so I was thrilled when I received the unsweetened tea.  The tea has a light flavorful taste that is smooth and not bitter.

So why drink Green Tea?  Green Tea is filled with polyphenols which are strong antioxidants.  It has potent antiviral and antibacterial properties.  Catechins is the strongest property in green tea and is often referred to as EGCG.  Research has shown that the Catechins may help cancer and tumor prevention.  Studies have show green tea helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels, improvement of brain function, an aid in healthy weight management, immune system boost and more.  And since Teas’ Tea is GMO free, you are assured you are drinking the ‘real’ thing.

In fact, TEAS’ TEA was selected by Whole Foods Market Wellness Club, an initiative by Whole Foods Market to pre-select products good for your health to help WFM shoppers make sound purchasing decisions for optimum wellness. Read more here: http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/food/story/2011-08-24/Whole-Foods-tests-Wellness-Clubs-for-healthier-eating/50125800/1

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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