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White Tea: The Next Health Craze

White Tea: The Next Health Craze

(NewsUSA)- White tea is the least processed of any tea and is widely recognized for its antioxidant properties. Recent studies indicate that compared to other teas, white tea contains even higher amounts of flavonoid antioxidants. With the health research looking very promising, white tea is well on its way to becoming the next health food craze.
White tea is harvested in the cloudy mountain mists of China. As might be expected, the flavor is subtle and mellow, creating a delicious taste sensation. Each cup of Salada White Tea contains 190 mg of flavonoid antioxidants, so it is just right for today's healthy lifestyle.
During the fun-filled days of summer, why not shake things up and treat the family to a fruit smoothie with a healthy twist. The Salada White Tea smoothie is refreshing, easy to make, and an excellent way to enhance your health while cooling off:
White Tea Smoothie (Makes 2 1/2 cups)
1 1/2 cups of frozen fruit (berry medley -; includes raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries)
3/4 cup of soy milk
1/4-1/2 cup of brewed Salada 100% Pure White Tea, depending upon desired strength
1/2 cup of natural pomegranate or pomegranate/blueberry juice
1 banana
Put frozen fruit, soymilk, white tea, juice and banana in a blender. Cover and blend until smooth.
Another recipe from Salada, featuring white tea, that is perfect for the summertime is white iced tea:
White Iced Tea (Makes 4-6 glasses)
One quart boiling water
4 Salada 100% Pure White Tea or 100% White Tea Asian Plum White tea bags
Fresh raspberries, orange slices or lemons
Place tea bags in a glass pitcher. Add boiling water. Steep for five minutes. Pour into ice-filled glasses. Add fresh raspberries, orange slices or lemons for natural flavor and sweetness.
For more recipes, and further information regarding white tea, please visit www.greentea.com.

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