Directions: Mix 1-2 teaspoons of our Acai Green Tea powder with 4-6 oz of juice or water or smoothie. Take up to two times daily.
Acai Green Tea may help support:
- Brain Function
- Memory & Focus
- Bone & Teeth Health
- Heart Health
- Anti Aging
- Free Radical Neutralizer
- Fat Burning
- Energy Levels
- Better Sleep
- Pain Reduction
Acai BerriesThe acai berry grows in the Amazon Rainforest on acai palm trees and looks like a purple marble or purple grape. The Acai berry (fruit) is 90% seed pit and 10% acai pulp and must be carefully handled before it can be consumed. During the process the acai berries with water are put into a machine and are agitated against one another. This process separates the acai pulp from the seed to produce a thick acai fruit pulp puree.
Acai berry has a unique tropical fruit flavor and provides a high level nutritional benefits. The acai berry contains high levels of antioxidants also known as anthocyanins. It also contains Omega Fatty Acids (healthy fats), Amino Acids, Fiber, Iron, along with many other vitamins and minerals.
Sencha Green TeaOur premium picked Sencha green tea is made up of powerful antioxidants. that protect cells against damage caused by free radicals. Antioxidants work by stabilizing free radicals before they cause harm. The antioxidants in green tea help to maintain healthy cells and tissues in the body. This is why green tea is so frequently used in antiaging & skincare products today. Green tea also contains Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a major catechin found in green tea. EGCG is thought to interact with enzyme systems in the body, inhibiting destructive chemical reactions in our bodies that lead to disease. EGCG has been shown to protect DNA from ultraviolet damage.
What vitamins are found in green tea? Green tea contains Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, B2, and B6, Vitamin C and Vitamin K. Vitamins provide essential nutrients that sustain good health. Consuming the vitamins in green tea contributes to healthy bones and cells, and helps to prevent infections. Green tea contains theanine an amino acid said to promote relaxation without drowsiness. Theanine has been reported to directly stimulate the production of alpha brain waves, which are linked with deep states of relaxation and enhanced mental clarity.
Green tea does contain caffeine, but considerably less than a regular cup of brewed coffee. The caffeine content of an 8 ounce (240mls) cup of green tea is approximately 30mg, compared to approximately 100mg in a brewed cup of coffee of the same quantity. This means you can drink more green tea, without the side effects of too much caffeine, such as anxiety and nervousness. It is a commonly known that caffeine stimulates the nervous system, boosting alertness and relieving fatigue.