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Mother's tea cup: True fruit iced teas

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We all know that sugary sodas are not good for us! Yet, many people I know still drink them, especially the diet ones, and knowing that these drinks don’t provide anything nutritional. So, this article is written to help become acquainted with drinking true fruit iced teas. By drinking iced teas, one is reducing one’s sugar content in one’s system, while helping one fight infections, since bacteria thrive in sugar.

One can depend on true fruit iced teas for a cool boost of energy and nutrition any time of the day.

Here are some examples:

True Fruit Cranberry: This is a lovely pink drink. Cranberry tea is a traditional healer for the kidneys, bladder, and urinary tract. It keeps E.coli from clinging to bladder walls to prevent infections. It’s rich in iron and calcium and has vitamins A, B-complex, C, citric and malic acids; and minerals.

True Fruit Bilberry: This is a rich, red drink. Bilberry tea helps to preserve vision, protects from eyestrain, and is good for night blindness. It was taken as a jelly by Royal Air Force pilots for night missions in World War II. It helps to lower blood sugar levels, has iron, phosphorus, potassium, manganese, zinc, and fruit acids.

True Fruit Raspberry: This deep amber brew is excellent for one’s gums and throat. It tones the lower body organs, strengthens the kidneys and urinary tract. It has vitamins A, B-complex, C, E, citric and malic acids, calcium, niacin, iron, magnesium, pectin, potassium, selenium, silicon, sodium and zinc.

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