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Mako' Tea Green
- Premium beverage with 100% natural green tea
- Exotic mango and pineapple flavour
- Naturally sweetened and with stevia. No added sugars
- Only 20 kcal per 100 ml
- 5% fruit content
- No artificial colours, flavours and preservatives
No added sugars
Natural source of sugars, with low Glycemix index
Mako’ Tea Green combines in balanced and perfect proportions mango and pineapple juices; resulting in an exotic and super refreshing flavour
Sweetener from a natural source, we use Stevia.
This way, we obtain a sweet touch low in calories.
Only 20 kcal per 100 ml.
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THE WORLD OF TEA
Tea is one of the most ancient beverages whose origin has given rise to countless stories and legends. However, it is known with some certainty that spread from China to reach all corners of the planet.
Tea is associated with multiple beneficial health effects as it contains antioxidants, flavanols, flavonoids, catechins and polyphenols.
- Biological antioxidant
- Regulator of appetite
- Pain relieving
Tea also contains L-theanine, an amino acid that helps enhance relaxation, concentration and learning ability.
Today, tea is the most popular beverage in the world exceeded only by water.
Tea types and properties
There are various types of tea depending on its properties and preparation process (fermentation and oxidation).
The 4 types of tea best known are green, black, white and red.
GREEN TEA: NATURAL HEALTH
Green tea is considered a true “natural medicine”. This is because, not being a fermented tea, retains its natural components virtually intact.
Its main properties are:
- Powerful antioxidant that helps slow the aging process.
- Purifying (helps to remove fluids) and very digestive. It can help weight control.
- Strengthens the immune system because of its content in vitamins and minerals.
Although it was in China where tea was discovered and most of its varieties can be found, green tea is the most consumed in Japan.
Japanese and Chinese green tea differ, mainly, in their making process. Chinese green teas are traditionally pan-fired, unlike the Japanese steaming process that stops the oxidation preserving the taste of grass.