Yerba Mate Tea
Yerba Mate Tea is one of the best superfood teas for weight management, energy and improved mental and emotional health. Bursting with antioxidants and nutritional stimulants, Yerba Mate Tea helps preserve prolonged health, slow the signs of aging and keeps the body active and fit for a lifetime.
What is Yerba Mate Tea
Yerba Mate Tea is made from the dried twigs and leaves of the evergreen yerba mate plant. It is native to South America, especially Paraguay, where is widely used for its herbal, medicinal purposes. Yerba Mate Tea, sometimes simply called Mate, contains a caffeine-like stimulant called xanthines and a host of other terrific full body nutrients. Many believe Yerba Mate Tea is more nutritious than black tea or green tea because of its abundance of antioxidants; it has approximately 90% more than green tea. Yerba Mate Tea also is also full of polyphenols, amino acids, essential fatty acids, chlorophyll, carotene and tannins. Like most super teas, Yerba Mate Tea is packed with vitamins and minerals including Vitamins A, B, C and E, and the minerals magnesium, zinc, iron, calcium, potassium, phosphorus and selenium.
Health Benefits of Yerba Mate Tea
Yerba Mate Tea provides a terrific source of nutrients to help maintain a healthy body, an active lifestyle, cognitive function and emotional stability. With a range of antioxidants, Yerba Mate Tea boosts the body’s immune defenses and helps offset oxidation from free radicals. Antioxidants are an age-defying nutrient that repairs and regenerates healthy cells to slow the signs of aging and detoxify the body. Yerba Mate Tea is exploding with antioxidants and contains the caffeine-like stimulant xanthines that provides the body with more energy for physical activity and mental focus and clarity. It also helps relax the body to reduce stress, anxiety and insomnia. Unlike other stimulants, xanthines tend to not cause jittery side effects.
Yerba Mate Tea is highly regarded as a weight management super tea because it helps boost the metabolism too due to its set of chemical compounds and superior nutrients. A revved metabolism allows the body to burn through fat and calories more efficiently and then uses them for energy. This fuels more physical activity and better performance during exercise as well as an elevated resting metabolic rate. Moreover, Yerba Mate Tea improves endurance and stamina during exercise and reduces recovery afterwards by preventing the build-up of lactic acid that causes soreness. Yerba Mate Tea also helps satiate the appetite with less food by slowing digestion and making the body feel full for longer periods of time. Yerba Mate Tea boasts additional heart health benefits from its high antioxidant concentration.
How to Take Yerba Mate Tea
Yerba Mate Tea is an incredible addition to a healthy diet and exercise routine for active people. Drink two to three cups throughout the day for best results. Consider adding your favorite tea condiments including milk, honey, lemon or spices to enhance the natural flavors of Yerba Mate Tea.
Yerba Mate Tea Benefits
Yerba Mate Tea bursts with antioxidants for protection against free radicals and cellular oxidation
Contains the caffeine-like stimulant xanthines without jittery side effects
Supports a healthy immune system
Promotes weight loss by metabolizing fat and calories more effectively
Gives sustained energy through efficient use of food
Reduces food cravings and suppresses appetite
Improves mental focus and clarity
Reduces anxiety, depression and insomnia
Supports healthy heart and blood function
Promotes a healthy gut and digestion with gastric acids, bile and good bacteria
Relieves many digestive issues such as constipation
No fillers, No binders, No additives and No artificial ingredients.
INGREDIENTS: Ilex paraguariensis (Yerba Mate Dried Leaves).
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding you should consult with a doctor before use. If you are on any medications check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking any supplement.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, test, cure or prevent any disease.