Losing Weight with Mulberry Leaf Tea

March 30, 2016

The leaves, roots and berries are all used from the Mulberry Bush.

Traditional use will maintain a healthy body weight. It is a rich source of nutrients, minerals and anti-oxidants.  It has a wonderfully, Earthy-Sweet taste, caffeine and chemical free.  It is widely used and is included in many diverse traditional Chinese herbal tea blends. The leaves have a powerful effect on the sugar as we mentioned, but the best way to get them is tea. Mulberry Tea deals with sugar levels in the body, headaches and constipation. Traditional Mulberry leaf tea is made primarily from white mulberry leaf, with the addition of complementary, renowned Chinese herbs, Astragalus Root, Schisandra Berry and Solomon’s Seal. Together, they create a delicious, mellow, caffeine-free herbal beverage.                       The Mulberry bush helps with enzymes responsible for processing fats and sugars. This results is fewer fats and sugars being absorbed  into the blood stream.

 CAUTION: There are a variety of mulberry teas on the market. For the health benefits described above, make sure its White Mulberry Tea identified by its scientific name -Morus Alba. 

 

                   Health Benefits of Mulberries

Snacking on organic mulberries is a healthy habit that  you can enjoy every day. Rich in soluble fiber, organic    mulberries can help lower cholesterol levels and regulate  blood sugar, helping to improve the symptoms of conditions like heart disease and diabetes. These little super-berries also provide impressive levels of vitamin C and iron to give your immune system a boost and improve your energy levels. They are a rare source of antioxidants known as anthocyanins, which have anti-inflammatory and possible  anti-cancer effects. Studies also indicate that another antioxidant found in mulberries, known as resveratrol, has been associated with lowering blood pressure and reducing the risk for heart disease. And if those weren't enough reasons to love mulberries, they are also high in protein and calcium!

 Enjoying Dried Mulberries

We love munching on dried mulberries straight out of the bag because they have a mild sweet taste and nice crunch. Feel free to add them to cereal, oatmeal, trail mix,   and your other favorite foods. For a softer texture, organic mulberries  can be soaked in water prior to adding to smoothies, juices, or other recipes. They also pair well with other super  fruits like goji berries, gooseberries, and blueberries. We're sure you'll find many wonderful uses for them! 

 

To put this into context, these are many of the crops pollinated by bees: Almonds, apples, apricots, avocados, blueberries, cantaloupes, cashews, coffee, cranberries, cucumbers, eggplants, grapes, kiwis, mangoes, okra, peaches, pears, peppers, strawberries, tangerines, walnuts and watermelons. These plants would all be gone and with no food on them.

 

Mulberry leaves are known to have multiple health benefits. They contain detoxification properties and are a rich source of many nutrients, minerals, and antioxidants. One of the most unique qualities of the Mulberry leaf is the prevention of excessive sugars from entering into the bloodstream. Therefore, drinking Mulberry Leaf Tea is a great choice for those seeking to reduce high blood pressure and maintain a healthy weight. Take after meals is  the best. Nutritious, organic, dried mulberries are an amazing snack. They naturally have a mild, sweet taste and  are high  in vitamin C, iron, calcium, and protein. They are also a good source of dietary fiber.

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