Tea Products As Sweet As Soda

October 29 is World Stroke Day. According to the American Stroke Association, stroke is the 5th leading cause of death in the U.S. and a leading cause of disability.

Staying active and healthy eating can help prevent stroke and heart disease. According to the American Heart Association, recommended daily added sugar amount is as follows:

Now take a look at how much sugar is in bottled tea products, matcha latte mix product, and soda products: (*Daily recommendation by the American Hear Association)

SEI MEE TEA contains ZERO sugar. We know added sugar is not “sweet” for your health. It is not just about total calorie intake. “Regardless of their Healthy Eating Index Scores, people who ate more sugar still had higher cardiovascular mortality.”*

Some of the bottled tea products and matcha latte mix products are as sweet as soda. Why does the Food Industry keep making such sweet products? Because “Your brain sees sugar as a reward, which makes you keep wanting more of it.”** The Processed Food Industry says they are “responsible not only to consumers but also to shareholders.”***

SEI MEE TEA believes our tastes buds are trainable! It is so easy to make SEI MEE TEA–all you need to do is “add powder and mix.” Be in control of your own palate rather than letting big food companies shape your palate, and build your health, not calories.

*Harvard Health Blog “Eating too much added sugar increases the risk of dying with heart disease” **webmd.com “sugar addiction” ***NPR.org “How the food industry manipulates taste buds with salt sugar fat.”


“Say ME!” with SEI MEE TEA (‘say-me-tea’) and choose the VERY BEST for your health!

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To your health!
Kiyomi


Enjoy a cup of warm latte this fall–it is easy to make. (And cheaper and better for you!)