If you are looking for the best green tea, or just a good replacement for your old coffee and tea , look no further than Mr. Itaru’s Green Tea. Wanting to get away from a coffee habit (being a writer you end up getting addicted to something to keep cranking words late at night), I tried Mr. Itaru’s Green Tea and knew I had found my new addiction (a good one, mind you).
Now, I’m the kind of guy who will eat or drink anything if you tell me it is good for me. My wife, however, has to find good-tasting healthy stuff. A family member gave us our first bag of Mr. Itaru’s Green Tea and it took over our mugs. Sweetened with a little agave nectar (or other sweetener of your choice), this brew builds your immunity and satisfies the taste buds.
Toasted brown rice in the mixture gives such a full, smooth texture to the tea that I find it better than coffee. Rice in my tea did not sound appetizing when I first heard about it; the first taste changed my mind, though.
Green tea gives you powerful antioxidants 100 times more powerful than Vitamin C and 25 times stronger than Vitamin E (not that it replaces these essential nutrients). The best green tea will boost immunity and help fight or prevent cancer (we first heard about Mr. Itaru’s from my wife’s uncle who is fighting liver cancer and doing remarkably well). This tea will promote healthy bacteria in the intestines and normalize the workings of the cardiovascular system. The leaves of green tea come from some of the same plants as black tea, but with the improved processing, you receive much more nutritional content.
How to make it
This tea comes loose in a foil-like bag (kind of like a coffee bag) and we measure it into our coffee maker and percolate it just like a hot cup of joe. Sweeten with a spoonful of agave nectar, honey, or whatever you can have. Or just drink it black—I mean green.
Get your best addiction going when you pick up your bag of Mr. Itaru’s Green Tea from D’Adamo Personalized Nutrition.