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Simple Truth® Organic Green Tea Green Jasmine -- 20 Tea Bags


Simple Truth® Organic Green Tea Green Jasmine
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Simple Truth® Organic Green Tea Green Jasmine -- 20 Tea Bags

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Simple Truth® Organic Green Tea Green Jasmine Description

  • Organically Grown. No Preservatives.
  • USDA Organic
  • Non GMO
  • Kosher
  • Fair Trade Certified Ingredients

It's the Simple Truth

Easy to find, understand and afford, Simple Truth from Kroger makes enjoying organic, natural and wellness products simply...better. All items are Free From 101+ artificial preservatives and ingredients so you can feel better about the delicious goodness that's in the food you serve your family.

Simple Truth Organic Products are formulated without genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The USDA's National Organic Program does not permit the use of ingredients made with GMOs in Certified Organic Products.


Directions


BREWING INSTRUCTIONS
Hot Tea

For a delicious cup of hot tea: Bring fresh cold water to a rolling boil. Let water cool 1 minute after boiling. Pour water over one tea bag and steep 1 to 2 minutes. Remove tea bag. If desired, serve with sweetener.

 

Iced Tea

For a refreshing quart of iced tea: Bring fresh cold water to a rolling boil. Let water cool 1 minute after boiling. Pour 4 cups over 3 to 5 tea bags and brew for 1 to 2 minutes. Remove bags and pour over ice filled glasses. If desired, serve with sweetener.

Free Of
Preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tea Bag (2 g) Makes 8 fl oz
Servings per Container: 20
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories0
Total Fat0 g0%
Sodium0 mg
Total Carbohydrate0 g0%
   Sugars0 g0%
Protein0 g
Other Ingredients: *Organic jasmine green tea. *Fair Trade Certified Ingredients 100%
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The 3 Best Beverages You Can Drink, According to a Dietitian Nutritionist

Consuming a beverage can actually boost your health and add years to your life – but only if you make the right choice.

Recent studies have found that some drinks offer benefits that go far beyond simply quenching your thirst.

Woman Holding Glass of Water as Example of Healthy Beverages That May Extend Life | Vitacost Blog

That doesn’t mean you should mistake your favorite cola or sports drink for the fountain of youth, however.

In fact, it is best to steer clear of beverages with sugar added to them, says Brooke Schantz Fosco, a registered dietitian nutritionist and CEO of Bitchin' Nutrition.

"A continuous intake of sugar-sweetened beverages or added sugars can lead to weight gain and chronic diseases,"  she says.

Such sugary drinks include:

  • Soda
  • Some carbonated beverages
  • Sports drinks
  • Energy drinks
  • Coffee and espresso drinks

So, which types of beverages are better for you? Science says the following three drinks can enhance -- and even possibly extend -- your life:

The Best Healthy Beverages

1. Water

When it comes to good health, nothing beats keeping it simple.

"Without a doubt, the number one recommended beverage is water," Schantz Fosco says.

She notes that water plays a widespread role in helping the body function properly. Among other benefits, it aids in digestion, absorption, circulation and the transportation of nutrients.

Failing to drink enough water puts you at higher risk of dehydration, which can contribute to problems ranging from constipation to kidney stones.

Unless you have a medical condition, Schantz Fosco suggests consuming 2.7 liters of water daily if you are a woman, and 3.7 liters if you are a man.

2. Milk

Milk is another simple, staple beverage that can do your body a world of good.

Drinking milk provides your body with nutrients such as calcium, vitamin D and potassium.

In addition, consuming milk has been linked to better bone health, particularly among children and adolescents, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Adults who drink milk regularly may lower their risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure.

But don’t think that all glasses of milk are equal. A recent study out of Brigham Young University found that people who consumed high-fat milk -- such as 2% and whole milk -- aged more rapidly than people who drink low-fat milk.

The study looked at telomeres -- the nucleotide endcaps of human chromosomes -- and found that the more high-fat milk you drink, the shorter your telomeres are, indicating increased biological aging.

3. Tea

People have been drinking tea for thousands of years. But it is only now that science is confirming tea’s health benefits.

In fact, drinking tea three times a week can lead to a longer, healthier life, according to research recently published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.

The study found that when compared to people who rarely or never drink tea, those who drink tea on a regular basis had:

  • A 20% lower risk of incident heart disease and stroke
  • A 22% lower risk of fatal heart disease and stroke
  • A 15% decreased risk of all-cause death

Tea contains a chemical compound called polyphenols, which contribute to the health benefits of the beverage, Schantz Fosco says. 

"Catechins are the main type of polyphenolic compound present in green tea, which has been shown in numerous research studies to produce both antioxidant and anticarcinogenic effects," she says.

When brewing up tea, go for the green. The benefits of drinking green tea appear to be significantly greater than those of drinking black tea, according to the research published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.

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