The Perfect Marriage of Two Wonderful Superfoods – White Tea and Acai
- White tea is made from leaves of the tea plant Camellia sinensis. The leaves are harvested while very young, and the buds covered in very fine, white hairs. These hairs are what give white tea its name.
- The acai berry is known to have the highest nutritional value of any fruit in the world, which makes it one of the most important superfoods.
White tea undergoes less processing than other teas. Tea leaves destined to be sold as white tea undergo even less processing than green tea leaves. Instead of air-drying, the unwithered leaves are merely steamed.
The result? A pale tea with a sweet, silky flavor. People who have tried both note that white tea lacks the “grassy” aftertaste so often associated with green tea. Furthermore, studies indicate that white tea is better for you. Leaving tea leaves so close to their natural state means that white tea contains more polyphenols, the powerful anti-oxidant that fights and kills cancer-causing cells, than any other type of tea.
Acai Berry – If you haven’t heard of this Amazonian berry you have been missing out. Acai berries are produced by a palm tree known scientifically as Euterpe oleracea, common in floodplain areas of the Amazon River. When ripe, the berries are dark purple and about the size of a blueberry. They contain a thin layer of edible pulp surrounding a large seed. Acai berries, said to taste like a comination of berries and chocolate have been proven to be a fruit with one of the highest levels of antioxidants.
Wow, what a powerful combination! So, what can it do for you?
Help you lose weight – read the testimonials HERE
- Increase your energy levels
- Enhance your immune system
- Rejuvenate your skin – Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
The almost magical combination of white tea and acai berry has a host of other health benefits – read more HERE