Can a simple berry offer you a healthier life?
Yes! Acai tea is known as one of the richest sources of antioxidants in nature, allowing you to embrace a world full of health benefits.
Come and find out why this is the best
and tastiest workout teas ever!
Acai berry tea is made from the dark and juicy berries of the Acai palm tree, also known in Latin as euterpe oleracea.
The Acai palm tree is native to Central and South America and it is mainly found in Brazil, where its name is spelt “açaí”. It can reach up to 15 to 30 meters in height, with leaves that are 3 meters long.
These berries have been classified by some as a “super food” and truth be told, acai berries are a great source of energy that can refill your glucose levels. This is why acai berry tea is the perfect beverage to take after a workout.
And since you are working out, you will be glad to know that this tea has a growing reputation as a weight loss supplement.
Although more research should be done to verify the effectiveness of acai tea as a weight loss aid, it has plenty of other benefits that you can enjoy and take advantage of.
Thankfully, the acai tree grows fast enough to match the ever increasing demand for its small, dark purple-black berries, which are no bigger than an inch in diameter (about 25mm) and growing in bunches of several hundreds.
Acai berry tea is a highly nutritious beverage, rich in vitamins A and C, iron, calcium, antioxidants, omega fats and fiber. What better way to start your day?
Weight Loss Aid
Immune System Boost
Other Acai Tea Benefits
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Even though this is a natural product, there are some facts that you should be aware of.
For example, side effects of acai tea will occur when it is taken in excess.
This berry will help you to reduce your appetite. But don't go full out on an acai berry diet and stop eating altogether. Suppressing your appetite is not healthy if not done carefully.
Radical diets are not the solution.
You'll be doing more damage than good, as this may lead to malnutrition, headaches, dizziness, weakness, fatigue, stomach pains, and faint.
So if you feel any of these symptoms, stop taking this tea and go through your daily diet to make sure you are getting enough of the healthy nutrients you need on a daily basis.
Be especially careful if you suffer from anemia or diabetes. Make sure you consult your physician before taking this tea as an herbal medication.
Here's a tip: take this tea in moderation. That's the real key to any great diet plan. Make sure you eat healthy food and do plenty exercise as you blend acai berry tea into your diet.
You are likely to come across this tea as blend of acai juice and other teas, so the resulting benefits will be a mixture of both.
These other teas include white, green and black tea as well as other herbs and fruit teas.
Acai tea can be made both with acai powder, which is sold on the market, or with frozen dried fruits. This juice, made from the berry pulp, or tea should be drunk three times per week. Remember, moderation is the solution.
This infusion usually results in a dark amber, somewhat reddish brew.
If you buy fresh berries remember that due to the speed at which the berries begin to spoil once they are harvested, they must be made into juice or frozen for future consumption within the first 24 hours after the harvest.
You may delight yourself with healthy acai berries in many different ways. You may prepare a refreshing fruit salad; if you are thirsty and hot, you can make an acai berry juice or flavor ice-creams or liquors with it.
Now if you enjoy a sweet treat in the afternoon, why not use acai berries to make a delicious jam?
Start feeling the wonderful benefits of Acai today!
Check out the Types of Tea section to learn the benefits of the other teas you may want to blend with you acai berries.
”While there's tea there's hope.” - Sir Arthur Wing Pinero (1855-1934), British actor
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