Tuesday, September 24, 2013
When I'm really busy, it seems like the day never ends. Have you ever noticed, that when you have a really busy day, you don't eat really nutritious meals, like you should. With a day like that, I need an extra boost. It has to be something that's quick and easy. That usually means some sort of healthy drink. I mix up a rather odd combination and I call it my health serum. It's so full of healthy ingredients. When I drink it, it gives me that extra boost. What do you do, when you need an extra boost?
For this review, I received seven packets of Edible Green Tea Whole Leaves! The directions say to sprinkle on top of your food or mix in a smoothie. I tried to just eat a spoonful of it and it wasn't good! So, I decided to put it in my magic bullet and grind it up. Well, that did the trick, so I added it to my health serum! The Edible Green Tea Whole Leaves gave me that extra boost I needed to make it through those busy days. Well, let me tell you about my health serum.
Here's the list of the ingredients:
- 1 ladle of organic molasses
- 1 ladle of organic honey
- 1 tsp chia seeds
- 1½ tsp of d-ribose powder
- ¼ tsp taurine
- 1½ TBS of ginger powder
- 1 TBS of tumeric
- ½ TBS of cayenne pepper
- 3 TBS of apple cider vinegar
- 3 TBS of ground flax seeds
- 1 TBS of black seed oil
- ½ cup of aloe vera juice
- ½ tsp RDA-12
- 1 packet of Edible Green Tea Whole Leaves
One thing I can say about my health serum, is it's very hot, because of the cayenne pepper! I usually drink my serum in the afternoon. The last ingredient was the Edible Green Tea Whole Leaves, as you can see. The green tea gives me that extra boost I need in the afternoon, to help me keep up with all the grandkids! So, would I recommend the Edible Green Tea Whole Leaves? Absolutely, it gives you energy and it's healthy for you!
About Edible Green Tea Whole LeavesDid you know that most of the powerful antioxidants found in green tea leaves are not extracted during the brewing process? The tea leaves is what has the most nutrition! So, in order to get the full health benefits of green tea, you need to eat the whole leaf.
Edible Green Tea is collected from organic farms all over the world and has been analyzed at a lab for the presence of heavy metals. Only the farms with the purest tea leaves are used. On the Edible Green Tea website, they provide a number of recipes to show you, that you can mix it into or put it on top of just about anything you eat. The Edible Green Tea comes in a powdered form or the whole tea leaves.
The Edible Green Tea website also has an awesome section devoted to, how green tea can help your ailments! Here's a list of the ailments that Green Tea can help:
- Bone Density
- Diabetes and Blood Sugar
- Weight Loss
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