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How Powerful is Rooibos Tea?
Rooibos Tea is a caffeine free red tea from South Africa. It was discovered thousands of years ago for its healing powers and provides many benefits to just about every part of the human body. Slowly growing popular in the United States we are finally seeing this herbal tea on the shelves in many stores.
One of the key benefits to this red tea is that it has exceptional amounts of antioxidants, 50% more than any other tea. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties that help to reduce inflammation, aches, and pains. Rooibos contains quercetin, known for its inflammatory and antioxidant capabilties. Many people believe that Rooibos Tea, if consumed regularly, can help with blood pressure, fever, help control diabetes, and may even prevent certain types of cancer.
Rooibos Tea provides an overall body wellness. It even helps improve skin, because it contains zinc. It also has traces of magnesium and calcium which are great for your bones. The power of this tea is becoming more known each day, and more people are drinking it now. However if coffee is more you style but you would still like the benefits of Rooibos Tea in your diet, then try Healthy Bean Organic Coffee.This semi dark roast coffee is infused with Rooibos Tea.
Even athletes that rely on consistent training are finding that Rooibos Tea can rapidly improve and increase muscle recovery time. The anti-inflammatory properties repair muscles, and help aid in reducing aches, pains. Mental focus and clarity are also benefits of this red tea. It’s a little sweet and not bitter. Some may notice hints of honey and vanilla. This tea is delicious hot or cold.
Research suggests that aspalathin, an active ingredient in rooibos tea, helps reduce stress hormones that trigger hunger and fat storage, which is also linked to heart disease, metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. Data from this study shows that rooibos tea could have the potential of preventing obesity by affecting the balance of energy and how it’s used as energy or stored as fat.