There’s a type of tea for everything: weight loss, relaxation, caffeination — not to mention that there’s always the added bonus of creeping people out by reading their fortunes in tea leaves.
One day, you will wake up and realize that putting more plants in your face is the key to your sustained health and happiness…
Ring in the New Year by drinking the best teas for your health and well being! Use tea to reach your New Years’ resolutions and improve your overall health. You’ll see that there’s a plant-based solution for everything!
- Arizona Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey. Okay, okay, I’m one of those wimps who likes sweet tea and flavored coffee. I will never be one of those cool cats who drinks their coffee black and bitter. But the bottled Arizona Tea is WAY too sweet, and has some artificial sweeteners. That’s why I love Arizona Green tea in tea bag-form. It’s just a tad sweet, and the ginseng is a natural energizer. Not to mention that green tea has a bunch of natural antioxidants that are great for speeding up your metabolism, increases your fat burning mechanisms, improves stamina, and aids in preventing cancer and heart disease. New Years’ Resolution bonus: this tea will help you shed those pounds by speeding up your metabolism!
- SportTea. As an avid hiker, runner, and all-around active person, I drink a lot of water. And I’m not gonna lie, it gets boring sometime. So what else can I guzzle on my way up the mountain that will keep me hydrated and energized without the artificial colorings/flavors and sugar? Answer: Sport Tea. Don’t get intimidated by all the people on the back of the box saying that it was perfect for their leisurely climb up Mt. Everest, or their Olympic training. This tea has less than 2% of caffeine, but still provides an energy boost thanks to the the natural energizing compounds in it. It contains a Siberian Eleuthero Root — which is a potent superfood used daily by Olympic athletes. No sugar, no calories, no artificial sweeteners, no salt… and somehow it’s delicious. I don’t know why. It’s got this lemon-y flavor that’s not to overwhelming — just a light dusting of lemon with no weird aftertaste. The refreshingness of water meets the interestingness of tea. t’d it comes in these quart sized tea bags. You toss them in some hot water, let them sit for awhile, and then take it with you to they gym. New studies say that tea actually rehydrates you just as well as water. And the electrolytes in this tea also make it a perfect post-workout drink as well, because electrolytes help with the rehydration process. New Years’ Resolution bonus: stay hydrated and energized! If you want to improve your complexion, lose weight, or fight fatigue, you need to stay hydrated. If you want to improve your athletic performance, you need to stay hydrated. If you want all that plus natural performance boosters, you should drink this tea. I love it to death, if you can’t tell, and I’ve been drinking it for years.
- Teekanne Relaxing Herbal Wellness Tea: Mandarin Breeze. Don’t we all have trouble winding down after a long day? I have to admit, I was skeptical of the relaxing benefits of this tea, but I was surprised. After a seriously stressful day, a few cups of this tea helped me de-stress. When I can’t sleep at night, this is my secret weapon. The taste of this tea is pretty understated, but it’s got a nice orange-y flavor that comes from the ground orange peels. I like the fruity flavors, if you can’t tell already. So give it a try! New Years’ Resolution bonus: sleep more, stress less! The lavender in this tea is psychologically proven to help you relax.