Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Moringa Tea and It's Benefits

Moringa loose leaf tea is not only rich in protein containing all essential amino acids, it is a highly concentrated source of calcium, chlorophyll, iron, Vitamin K, fiber, vitamin B-12, vitamin B, and minerals.

Evident that there are many benefits to tea, its high content of antioxidants, including flavonoids and polyphenols, scavenge forcell-damaging free radicals in the body and detoxify. Polyphenols are also known for their cancer-fighting effects and ability to protect.

In addition, tea antioxidants, protect your body from the ravages of aging and the effects of pollution. Boosting the immune system and strengthening teeth and bones. Aging successfully is the concept that although we cannot stop the sands of time and its subsequent effects, what we can be is proactive in our determination to do so in a wonderful process.

Assisting in digestion, the essential oils in the tea can even spur weight loss; holding zero calories unless milk or sweetener is added, it is the perfect satisfying beverage choice. Moringa loose leaf tea has shown to increase metabolic rate and, by drinking 5 cups a day, can result in burning an additional 70-80 calories. That’s 8 pounds in over one year’s time simply by choosing to drink tea! Also aiding in blocking LDL (bad) cholesterol, itincreases HDL (good) cholesterol improving artery function. Not to mention tea is a great way to relax, with health promoting substances for the heart, body and mind.

Keep in mind, three cups of tea a day contains eight times the antioxidants of one apple; enjoying a few cups a day will keep the doctor away!