The sales are up for health-conscious Americans looking for a healthy and easy way to consume antioxidants and EGCGs. I.E. Green Tea is the pure green tea that allows people looking to boost their metabolism, lower their cholesterol, prevent heart disease, and treat high blood pressure. The liquid packet of green tea is named I.E. for its intelligent energy release when drinking it. The pure green tea can be made hot, cold, or sparkling, and some people even use it in ramen; it is used at any time of the day and is good whenever, wherever.
I.E. Green Tea decaffeinated green tea sales are up with health-conscious Americans searching for a delicious drink full of healthy resources.
Over the past few years, Americans have become more aware of how whole foods, healthy fats, and antioxidants make their bodies work the way it was built to work, and this, in turn, helps everyone live a healthier lifestyle.
With this new knowledge, green tea has become one of the more popular go-to drinks that help Americans maintain their healthy lifestyle and still have a great tasting drink.
I.E. Green Tea wanted to expand on this idea and incorporate its unique brewing method in a way that will not only encourage healthier living but also give a boost to the green tea industry.
And in 2020 and 2021, that is exactly what they are doing.
While the FDA continues to provide no data for green tea’s health benefits and more studies are being conducted to collect hard data, green tea market trends, demand, growth, and uses are expanding into 2027.
Healthier American’s are finding that I.E. Green Tea decaffeinated brew still contains more antioxidants than a single cup of Matcha tea. Antioxidants are used to defend cells from damage that free radicals can cause. I.E. Green tea contains 14 cups of antioxidants in one concentrated packet.
According to the MSN.com article “Keep Warm and Boost Your Health with Tea,” that is four cups higher than the amount found in Matcha tea and 13 cups higher than drinking a regular cup of green tea.
EGCGs, also known as epigallocatechin-2-gallate, is a type of catechin used in many dietary supplements to help prevent disease and boost health. The liquid packet concentrate, I.E. Green Tea, held in one serving is 80 milligrams, which is still 20 milligrams higher than any other tea market.
Green tea is a drink that comes from the unfermented leaves of plants from Asia. The extract is marketed as a dietary supplement that may reduce the risk of hypertension and cardiovascular disease. Drinking green tea can be associated with a reduction in self-reported depression.
There have been findings that show that in parallel with standard therapy, green tea can help improve arterial stiffness in those who have type-2 diabetes.
Finally, green tea and its active compounds have been studied for cancer prevention. While there are no conclusive results yet, preliminary human studies lean toward a positive association in cancer prevention for liver, oral, and colorectal cancers.
The active compounds in I.E. Green Tea decaffeinated teas are brewed to release the healthiest side of all the antioxidants and EGCGs to ensure the best results possible with the fantastic taste. Each packet of I.E. green tea has up to 320 milligrams of antioxidants and 111 milligrams of EGCG.
The brewing process makes I.E. the best-decaffeinated solution and allows drinkers to get their daily dose of healthy compounds without a high caffeine content.
I.E. Green Tea is available in several flavors that are all 100% organic, certified by the United States of Agriculture (USDA), and are pre-brewed to give tea drinkers a better way to drink tea while staying healthy.
To learn more, visit: http://iegreentea.com/
I.E. Green Tea is a green tea producer based in Chicago, Illinois. Their parent company is Amica Tea in Texas: 8000 Research Forest Dr. The Woodlands, TX 77382. Phone number is 832.656.7759
You can contact David Stone, the CEO of I.E. Green Tea at:
I.E. Green Tea
707 Skokie Blvd. Suite 100
Northbrook, IL 60062
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