Tiesta Tea Slenderizer Green Tea Jolly Green Kiwi - 4 oz. (112g) (30-50 Cups)
It is thought that the Jolly Green Giant was shrunk into tiny kiwi pieces that got mixed with sencha green tea, apple bits, lemon peels to form this blend. If you drink enough Tiesta Tea Slenderizer Green Tea Jolly Green Kiwi, you might shrink, too! Tiesta Tea Slenderizer Jolly Green Kiwi consists of green tea that is packed full of catechins, polyphenols and fiber, which aid in increasing your metabolism to help you deal with un-wanted lbs. Tiesta Tea Slenderizer Jolly Green Kiwi Green Tea contains high concentrations of catechins, polyphenols and fiber that help boost your metabolism and suppress your appetite. With just a pinch of caffeine, green tea is the perfect after-lunch beverage. Tiesta Tea Slenderizer Green Tea makes 30-50 cups.
- Function: Slenderizer
Tea Type: Green Tea
Lose Weight With Green Tea
In today’s world of diets, it seems there are at least a billion ways for you to lose weight and “keep it off”. From pills to exercises to having healthy
meals shipped right to your door, the possibilities are truly endless. The only problem is, most of these possibilities are either too new to be tested or or just downright unhealthy. So where does one turn to lose weight in a landscape of get slim quick schemes? Something that has been ingested for centuries and found its way to the heart of wide number of cultures around the world. Tea! The second most consumed beverage on the planet, but more specifically green tea. The high amount of antioxidants, polyphonols and overall nutrients found in loose leaf green tea, provides an endless amount of health benefits. One of the most significant health benefit associated with green tea is its ability to aid in weight lose, which it which it accomplishes through a variety of ways. All you have to do is add a few cups of loose leaf green tea to your daily diet, and allow this all-natural beverage do the rest.
How does green tea aid weight loss?
Green tea leaves are not fermented, so the polyphone and caffeine content remains high. Polyphones are a type of antioxidant. In green tea these are classified as catechism. antioxidants are protective. They neutralize harmful molecules called free radicals produced in your body from a variety of chemical reactions. Green tea has six different catching compounds, which can help increase fat oxidation for weight loss.
Green tea boosts your metabolism
A study reported on in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that green tea extract resulted in a “boost” of metabolism. The research also showed that that over a 24-hour period, green tea extract increases the metabolic rate by 4%. These effects are attributed to the high concentrations of catching polyphones found in green tea. These catechism work to help intensify levels of fat oxidation.
Green tea turns fat into energy
As green tea’s catechism work to intensify fat oxidation, it is also working to stimulate the body’s thermo genesis process. This process turns fat into energy, which is perfect motivation to sticking with to a daily exercise regimen.
Green tea is a no brainer
Loose leaf tea has been a significant beverage throughout the evolution of man-kind. Its health benefits range from from aiding the immune, digestive, circulatory and central nervous system. It’s all-natural quality make it a perfect drink for virtually everyone. Loose leaf tea’s countless health benefits can often produce the same effect of many over the counter medications without negative side effects. Green tea is the ultimate tea/beverage for losing weight. It’s ability to increase your body’s ability to burn fat, which it then turns into energy, makes it ideal for living a healthy and active lifestyle.
Green Tea Fights For You
Ever have that feeling that it’s you against the world? With illness and danger lurking around every corner, sometimes life can be extremely overwhelming. You don’t have to go at it alone. Green tea is always willing to stand in you corner, and help you fend off the many misfortunes of life. Benefit from green tea’s many health benefits, and reach for the, always extended, helping hand of loose-leaf green tea.
Round Two: Green Tea Fights For You
Green Tea vs. Cancer
The significant amount of antioxidants found in green teas are know to help prevent cancer. Antioxidants in green tea are 100 times more effective than Vitamin C and 25 times better than Vitamin E.
Green Tea vs. Heart Disease
Green tea helps prevent heart disease and stroke by lowering the level of cholesterol. Even after heart attack, it prevents death cell and speeds up recovery of heart cells.
Green Tea vs. Aging
Green Tea contains a specific kind of antioxidant known as Polyphones, which fight against free radicals. This helps you fight against aging and promotes longevity.
Green Tea vs. Weight Gain
Green tea helps in weight loss. It burns fat and boosts your metabolism naturally. It can help burn up to 70 calories in one day. That translates to 7 pounds in one year.
Green Tea vs. Arthritis
Green tea can help prevent and reduce risk of rheumatoid arthritis. It protects the cartilage by blocking enzyme that destroys cartilage.
Green Tea vs. Weak Bones
The key to this is high fluoride content found in green tea. It helps keep your bones strong by preserving the bones density.
Green Tea vs. Cholesterol
Green tea can help lower cholesterol level. It also improves the ratio of good cholesterol to bad cholesterol, by reducing the bad cholesterol level.
Green Tea vs. Diabetes
Green tea improves lipid and glucose metabolisms, prevents sharp increases in blood sugar level and balances your metabolism rate.
Green Tea vs. Alzheimer’s
Green tea helps boost memory. Although there’s no cure for Alzheimer’s, it helps slow the process of reduced acetylcholine in the brain, which leads to Alzheimer’s.
Green Tea vs. Parkinson’s
Antioxidants in green tea helps prevent against cell damage in the brain, which could cause Parkinson’s. People drinking green tea less likely to progress with Parkinson’s.
Green Tea vs. Liver Disease
Green tea helps prevent transplant failure in people with liver failure. Researchers showed that green tea destroys harmful free radical in fatty livers.
Green Tea vs. High Blood Pressure
Green tea can help prevent high blood pressure by repressing angiotensin, which leads to high blood pressure.
Green tea will never throw in the towel! As long as you keep drinking it, green tea will continue to fight off many of life’s unexpected attacks, such as the flu, infections or even arthritis.
Green Tea vs. Food Poisoning
Catechism found in green tea can kill bacteria known to cause food poisoning, as well as cleaning up all the toxins left behind by the bacteria.
Green Tea vs Infections
Polyphenols and flavonoids found in green tea will boost your immune system, making your body stronger, and more capable of fighting off infections.
Green Tea vs Heart Common Cold
The vitamin C found in green tea is know to help treat as well as prevent the flu or common cold.
Green Tea vs Asthma
Theophylline found in green tea relaxes the muscles that support the bronchial tubes, which helps reduce the severity of asthma.
Green Tea vs Tooth Decay
Green tea destroys bacteria and viruses that cause many dental diseases. It also slows the growth of various bacteria that leads to bad breath.
Green Tea vs Stress
L-theanine is a kind of amino acid found in green tea, which helps relieve stress and anxiety.
Green Tea vs Allergies
Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG) found in green tea is known to relieve allergies.
Brewing Tea 101
Brewing Tea Hot
- Step 1: Scoop
A recommended amount of loose tea you’ll want to scoop is about 1.5 tsp for every 8 ounces of water. If you enjoy a rich, stronger tasting tea, don’t be afraid to let that scoop reach the bottom of the bag and repeat.
- Step 2: Steep
It’s time to start brewing your loose tea leaves. Each tea type is brewed at a different time and temperature. If you’re not familiar with how long you should let your tea steep, refer to the Temps & Times section at the top of this page for a chart of tea types and their brewing instructions.
- Step 3: Escape
After you’ve poured in your water and let your tea steep, it’s time to remove the loose tea leaves and enjoy the delicious health benefits of all- natural loose tea. Remember, brewing tea is an art form! There is no right or wrong way to do this, so keep trying different methods of steeping and continue to discover the amazing benefits of loose leaf tea.
Brewing Tea Iced
- Step 1: Scoop Double
When brewing iced tea, you’ll want to steep a stronger, more concentrated tea. The recommended amount of loose leaf tea is 3 tsp for every 8 oz of water. It may take some tweaking to get the taste you desire, but that’s half the fun!
- Step 2: Steep
Now that you’ve tossed in double the amount of loose tea, brewing iced tea is identical to brewing a hot cup of tea. Just follow the recommended “Times & Temps” chart above. Make sure to remove your loose tea leaves at the recommended time, to make sure your tea leaves don’t burn.
- Step 3: Escape
Remove your loose tea leaves and pour over ice. Your tea concentrate should melt the ice and dilute down to a full flavored iced tea. You may need to add extra ice to the hot tea to accelerate the cool down process.
Tips & Tricks
If you ever find yourself without a loose tea brewer, don’t panic! Chances are, something you can use to infuse your tea is within reach. You may just have to get a little creative. One of the most practical choices is using an everyday coffee filter. Just scoop your loose tea into an empty coffee filter and tie shut the top with string or twine (anything that will stay uncompromised by boiling water). This process can be applied to anything that will allow water to seep in and steep your loose tea leaves. Just make sure whatever paper towel or cloth you are using isn’t treated by any sort of chemicals.
The ease of tossing in a cup and pushing a button has allowed single serve brewing machines to find their rightful place on the countertops of kitchens all across the globe. This extremely simple process can be used to brew your loose tea leaves as well! All you need is a reusable K-Cup. Just scoop in your loose tea leaves, pour in some water, push the button and voilá! Your cup of all natural loose leaf tea is ready to go!
When it comes to brewing loose tea leaves, the most common question seems to always be “How do I know what temperature my water is?” Here is a tip to help make your brewing experience easier. First, bring the water to a boil. As soon as your water maintains a steady “roll”, the temperature will generally be around 208 degrees Fahrenheit. If the instructions call for 195 degree water like in black tea or oolong tea, just add an average sized ice cube for every 16 oz. of water. If your tea calls for 175 degree water, add two ice cubes for every 16 oz. This works wonders if you don’t have a thermometer.
Steep your loose tea leaves again and again. When tea leaves are resteeped, they often release more flavor and nutrients the second, third or even fourth time steeped.
White teas become slightly sweeter with each resteep.
Green teas, especially ones tightly wound or twisted, often taste better after the first or second steep.
Oolong teas often reveal more character nuances every resteep.
Most herbal and fruit teas provide the most flavor on the first steep. The second one can still be pretty good though!
A Little Lemon
The next time you’re looking for something to add a little flavor to your cup of tea, grab a fresh lemon. A little squeeze of a ripe lemon not only adds a refreshing splash of citrus, it also reveals some of the more subtle flavor nuances hiding in your cup of loose tea.
Tiesta Tea's Story
Tiesta Tea is a story about four friends who have put their complete faith in loose-leaf tea, and how this all-natural necessity has never steered them wrong.
From childhood friends to a wild weekend in Prague, they never thought tea would be their calling. It was in some tiny Czech teahouse that they got hooked on loose-leaf tea. Three months later, they started making their own. Their professors and parents thought they were nuts, but a couple friends believed in them, blending tea in exchange for pizza and beer. They’re a tight knit crew that keeps it simple; all-natural loose-leaf tea blends with real fruits and herbs. They tell you what matters: what it does for you, what it tastes like, and how to make it. So what’s stopping you? Get rid of those boring ol’ tea bags and dive in, because once you get loose, you’ll never go bagged.
Meet the Tiesta Team
Every single one of guys from the Tiesta Team believes that loose leaf tea is something that every human being should have the right to enjoy. All of them have been transformed by this simple beverage in one way or another, and they strive to share that passion with you. They work as a team to make sure that every tin, pouch and cup of Tiesta Tea meets their stringent quality standards. They have grown the business from their basement to a full-blown manufacturer of loose leaf tea with distribution all over the world. All of them are young, hungry and determined to reach a singular goal of making the world aware of the vast benefits of tea.