Friday, October 31, 2014

White Mulberry Tea Review + Giveaway





White Mulberry Tea is a product I never heard of before.  When I saw that it was good for diabetes I jumped on the chance to try it.  Mostly due to me having pre-diabetes. Pre-Diabetes is where your insulin is starting not to produce as it should.  Now, I want to be as proactive as I can. 

It is loose leaf and I would recommend a tea strainer ball.  I let it steep for a bit for better flavor and richness.  Overall it taste great for tea.  It taste great and I hope it works. Currently my blood sugar is still just barely over 100 so that is good.  What better than enjoying your tea and have it help your body as you take it?  I love tea.


Pure White Mulberry Loose Leaf Tea – Sugar Controller – As featured on TV where it was hailed as ”the next health food sensation” and a “superfood.”

Earth Design Pure White Mulberry Leaf Tea is grown on small farms in a pesticide-free environment in the highlands of Thailand – a region renowned for its pure air, water and soil. Our tea is produced by the same supplier seen on TV.

White Mulberry trees are native to China, but are cultivated throughout the world. The leaves are the sole food source of the Silkworm. White Mulberry leaf tea has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years. It was also widely used in Turkey and Greece.

Why is White Mulberry a “Superfood”?

It promotes cardiovascular health by regulating blood sugar levels

Lowers cholesterol levels

Helps prevent fat formation by dramatically slowing the absorption of sugars into the bloodstream

Helps prevent heart disease and delays the onset of diabetes

Reduces high blood pressure

A powerful antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals in the body that may postpone aging

Boosts your immune system and energy levels

Helps suppress appetite, regulates digestion and supports weight loss

It’s caffeine free

Modern Chinese medicine recommends White Mulberry tea to counter symptoms of the common cold or flu such as sore throat, headache and cough.

Chinese doctors most often recommend White Mulberry tea as a diabetes tea.

Scientific research suggests that White Mulberry leaf tea helps regulate blood sugar levels and support weight loss. The White Mulberry leaves contain a substance called 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ) which inhibitsthe action of stomach enzymesresponsible for processing fats and sugars.The result is a lower absorption of fats and sugars into the bloodstream.

Suggested Use

It is recommended to drink White Mulberry Leaf Tea with meals especially meals high in sugar. Add one teaspoon to 250ml of boiling water and leave to simmer for five to ten minutes.
 

white mulberry Overview Information (quoted from WebMD) http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1250-white%20mulberry.aspx?activeingredientid=1250&activeingredientname=white%20mulberry
White mulberry is an herb. The powdered leaves are most commonly used for medicine. The fruit can be used for food, either raw or cooked.

White mulberry is often tried in order to help treat diabetes. It is also tried for treating high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, the common cold and its symptoms, muscle and joint pain such as from arthritis, constipation, dizziness, ringing in the ears, hair loss, and premature graying.

White mulberry is native to China and is the food of silkworms. It was introduced into the United States in colonial times, during an attempt to establish a silk industry. The wood is very flexible and durable and has been used to make tennis rackets, hockey sticks, furniture, and boats.

How does it work?

There are some chemicals in white mulberry that work in a similar way to some medicines used for type 2 diabetes. They slow the breakdown of sugars in the gut so that they are absorbed more slowly into the blood. This helps the body keep blood sugar levels in the desirable range.






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