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    INCREASE MALE PERFORMANCE WITH FOREVER EROS TEA

    INCREASE MALE PERFORMANCE WITH FOREVER EROS TEA

    The market is saturated with products that claim to increase a male’s performance, stamina and libido. However, many of these products often fall short and deliver nothing but empty promises. What if I told you there was a naturally proven way to increase a man’s performance and endurance?

    Throughout time, tea has been consumed not only as a drink but for its health benefits. There are teas to boost energy levels, detoxify the body and induce sleep.

    There is also a tea that not only increases performance but improves memory and stamina in men, Forever Eros by The Amazing Tea Company.

    One of the primary root in Forever Eros is sarsaparilla. Historical evidence shows that sarsaparilla has been regarded as a potent booster of male libido since ancient times. It was in fact used by ancient tribes of Central and South America to cure impotence among men and treat a variety of sexual disorders. It was also regarded as a potent tonic among the indigenous people of South America where the European settlers discovered the herb and then introduced it to their civilization in the 1400s. In ancient China, sarsaparilla was known as “khao yen” and considered a potent sexual stimulant.

    Forever Eros Tea for Men

    Forever Eros is a special blend of herbs, roots and green tea.  The blend is rich in antioxidants that provide many benefits to the male body including hormonal balance.

    Containing ginger, sarsaparilla, ginseng root, and green tea, the Forever Eros blend gives the male body a generous boost of energy and endurance.

    Health Benefits of Forever Eros Tea for Men

    Forever Eros tea contains ingredients that have been proven to increase memory, stamina, and endurance and is a potent booster of the male libido. The following are the main ingredients in the Forever Eros tea and their benefits.

    Ginseng

    Ginseng has been used for years to assist with a number of health conditions and is one of the most popular herbal remedies in the world. Ginseng naturally combats fatigue and increases alertness. The root also has calming properties and can reduce stress.

    For centuries, Ginseng has been used throughout Asia to treat male erectile dysfunction while increasing stamina.

    Organic Gynostemma

    Gynostemma is a climbing vine plant that produces many of the same benefits as Ginseng. Known throughout Asia as the “poor man’s ginseng,” Gynostemma also increases energy levels, strength and endurance.

    Yerba Mate

    Yerba mate is a South American herbal tea made from the dried leaves of the Ilex paraguariensis plant. Yerba mate is rich in plant nutrients, antioxidants, and contains 7 essential amino acids.

    Yerba mate has a higher caffeine content than most herbal teas, making it a great morning drink. Like all caffeinated beverages, yerba mate can increase alertness and mental focus while fighting fatigue.

    Ginger

    Ginger is by far one of the most popular plants used in alternative medicine. Often used as a spice, Ginger is rich in antioxidants and is a powerful anti-inflammatory.

    The anti-inflammatory properties of Ginger have been known to aid in muscle soreness, joint pain, and gum diseases such as gingivitis.

    Sarsaparilla

    Sarsaparilla is a South American plant that has been used for centuries to naturally treat inflammatory issues and skin conditions. It is also known as Honduran or Jamaican sarsaparilla.

    The herb contains substances known as phytosterols which are similar to testosterone and which may stimulate the activity of sex hormones in the body. The action may be helpful in curing impotence and enhancing sex drive among men by optimizing the action of male sex hormones.

    Among women, sarsaparilla is thought to stimulate the production of yet another hormone progesterone, the lack of which may be responsible for depressed libido.

    Like ginger, sarsaparilla root has strong anti-inflammatory properties and is often taken to treat arthritis and promotes hormonal balance.

    Green Tea

    Green Tea is one of the most popular teas in the world due to both its flavour and health benefits. Green Tea is rich in a certain antioxidant that prevents cell damage and ageing.

    Drinking green tea has been shown to increase human metabolic rate, especially in men. 

    Increase Performance with Forever Eros Tea

    Forever Eros tea is packed with natural ingredients that are rich in antioxidants. The special blend is ideal for men who are looking to increase their performance, stamina, endurance, and energy levels.

    Not only can Forever Eros tea be used to increase male performance, it also contains ginseng and other roots that improve memory, reduce stress, and prevent hair loss.

     

    Need a boost to your stamina and endurance? Try Forever Eros Tea Today try it with VitaliTea – the perfect companion to get you going.  Feel like you are 21 again. 

    Amazing Benefits of Matcha Tea

    Amazing Benefits of Matcha Tea

    In addition to the fact that tea tastes great and makes you feel better, it can also be an aid to a healthy lifestyle. Various teas are known for their antioxidant profiles and immune boosting qualities. While there are many different types of tea, “Green tea” is especially popular and will be used as a point of reference in comparison to Matcha. Green tea has set a very high standard in terms of health benefits, largely because they contain epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) a type of catechin and antioxidant.

    What is the difference between matcha and green tea?

    Both matcha and green tea are obtained from the same plant: Camellia Sinensis. Matcha is the result of a more refined and concentrated process.  “Matcha… is used in the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. It is powdered, and the tea it makes has a smooth, mellow flavour that should not be bitter. Whisked into hot water with a tea whisk, the tea it produces should be foamy in texture. Its colour is green.”

    Studies have shown that the concentration EGCG is 137 times greater than EGCG found in China Green Tips green tea, and at least three times higher than other common green tea variations.

    BENEFITS OF MATCHA

    Increased Metabolism

    As Matcha contains caffeine it provides a boosting effect on metabolism, meaning more calories burned! Which can assist in weight loss, moreover, it does so without increasing blood pressure.

    Synergy. Energy without Anxiety

    While Matcha does contain caffeine, which is great for increased energy and concentration, caffeine on its own is also known to increase anxiety.  However, Matcha also contains L-theanine, a relaxant that can reduce heart rate and blood pressure, promote alpha brain waves (associated with relaxation) and provide balance for the brain to avoid jitters. In combination the result is Increased energy without anxiety, work more and stress less.  

    Removes Toxic Elements!

    Antioxidants are known to help our body clear out free-radicals (or harmful chemicals), catechins are a type of natural phenol and antioxidant that is commonly found in plants. As stated, Matcha has an incredibly high amount of catechins

    Heart Disease

    A study published in JAMA in 2006 concluded that green tea consumption is associated with reduced mortality due to cardiovascular disease and other causes, but not cancer.

    How to Make Best Matcha Latte?

    The procedure for making best matcha recipe is simple. All you need is to boil milk ( almond or soya milk are excellent options) over medium heat. Put 1 tablespoon of matcha powder in a cup and pour boiling water in it an almost 1/4th of a cup. Wisk into a creamy smooth mixture. After that, pour milk slowly to make foam. Add agave syrup (optional) and enjoy your natural energy drink!

    Where to buy the matcha

    Finding the All-Natural matcha powdered tea is literally a difficult task but we provide a trustworthy guarantee of our products that all our products are made totally from natural ingredients. We have a variety of teas on our website that you can get for your healthy diet!

    Buy it now

    https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/305289.php

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14518774

    https://www.coastalteaco.com/matcha-tea-benefits-scientific-studies/

     

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    KNOW YOUR NUMBERS - DIABETIC MATH

    KNOW YOUR NUMBERS - DIABETIC MATH

    Diabetes is a disease that involves problems with the hormone insulin. Typically the pancreas (one of your organ located behind your stomach) releases insulin to help your body store and use the sugar and fat from the food you eat. Diabetes develops when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin.

    There is no cure for diabetes.

    People with this disease like me, must manage the disease and stay healthy to stave off, blindness, heart failure, poor circulation which can lead to amputation, blindness, stroke, or when the body does.

    I have type 2 Diabetes – which simply means I did not have the disease when I was a child.  I developed it when I became an adult.  Those with type 2 diabetes take insulin or other blood sugar-lowering medications to keep their blood sugar under control (low).

    There are about 27 million people in the United State living with diabetes, and another 86 million have prediabetes: Their blood glucose is not normal, but not high enough to be diabetes yet.

    In Canada, there are approximately 3.4 million people living with diabetes, and another 5.7 million have prediabetes.  Canadian statistics

    Key Statistics[1]

    2015

    2025

    Estimated diabetes prevalence (n/%)

    3.4 million/9.3%

    5 million/12.1%

    Estimated prediabetes prevalence in Canada (n/%) (age 20+)

    5.7 million/22.1%

    6.4 million/23.2%

    Estimated diabetes prevalence increase (%)

    44% from 2015-2025

    Estimated diabetes cost increase (%)

    25% from 2015-2025

    Impact of diabetes

    Diabetes complications are associated with premature death. It is estimated that one of ten deaths in Canadian adults was attributable to diabetes in 2008/09.[2]

    People with diabetes are over three times more likely to be hospitalized with cardiovascular disease, 12 times more likely to be hospitalized with end-stage renal disease and over 20 times more likely to be hospitalized for a non-traumatic lower limb amputation compared to the general population.[3]

    Thirty percent of people with diabetes have clinically relevant depressive symptoms; individuals with depression have an approximately 60% increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.3

    Foot ulceration affects an estimated 15-25% of people with diabetes. One-third of amputations in 2011-2012 were performed on people reporting a diabetic foot wound.[4]

    Some populations are at higher risk of type 2 diabetes, such as those of South Asian, Asian, African, Hispanic or Aboriginal descent, those who are overweight, older or have low income. Diabetes rates are 3-5 times higher in First Nations, a situation compounded by barriers to care for Aboriginal people.3

    Fifty-seven percent of Canadians with diabetes reported they cannot adhere to prescribed treatment due to the high out-of-pocket cost of needed medications, devices and supplies. The average cost for these supports is >3% of income or >$1,500.[5]

    As a result of stigma or fear of stigma, 37% of Canadians with type 2 diabetes surveyed by the Canadian Diabetes Association reported they do not feel comfortable disclosing their diabetes.[6]

    From the American Diabetes Society Facts About Type 2

    Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes.

    In type 2 diabetes, your body does not use insulin properly. This is called insulin resistance. At first, the pancreas makes extra insulin to make up for it. But, over time your pancreas isn’t able to keep up and can’t make enough insulin to keep your blood glucose levels normal. Type 2 is treated with lifestyle changes, oral medications (pills), and insulin.

    When glucose builds up in the blood instead of going into cells, it can cause two problems:

    Right away, your cells may be starved for energy.

    Over time, high blood glucose levels may hurt your eyes, kidneys, nerves or heart.

    Some people with type 2 can control their blood glucose with healthy eating and being active. But, your doctor may need to also prescribe oral medications or insulin to help you meet your target blood glucose levels. Type 2 usually gets worse over time – even if you don’t need medications at first, you may need to later on.

    Some groups have a higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes than others. Type 2 diabetes is more common in African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders, as well as the aged population.

    Patient Education Materials — Taking Care of Type 2 Diabetes

    This two-page introduction to type 2 diabetes is in PDF format so you can download it, print it, and hand it out to patients.

    You can also download the Spanish version.

    The good news

    You can live a long and healthy life by keeping your blood glucose (sugar) levels in the target range set by you and your health-care provider. You can do this by:

    • Eating healthy meals and snacks
    • Enjoying regular physical activity
    • Monitoring your blood glucose (sugar) using a home blood glucose meter*
    • Aiming for a healthy body weight
    • Taking diabetes medications including insulin and other medications, if prescribed by your doctor
    • Managing stress effectively

    * Discuss with your health-care provider how often you should measure your blood glucose (sugar) level.

    KNOW YOUR NUMBERS

    11 is too high – Canadians

    2 hours after meals: 5.0 to 10.0 mmol/L or 5.0 to 8.0 mmol/L if A1c targets are not being met.

    200 or more is too high 300 – go to the emergency - Americans

    Target blood sugar levels before meals for people with type 2 diabetes are 70 to 130, and less than 180 within one to two hours after the start of a meal.

    TEA & DIABETES

    Why Drinking Tea May Help Prevent and Manage Type 2 Diabetes

    Through a complex biochemical reaction, tea — especially green tea — helps sensitize cells so they are better able to metabolize sugar. Green tea is good for people with diabetes because it helps the metabolic system function better.”

    2013 research review published in the Diabetes and Metabolism Journal outlined the potential benefits of tea when it comes to diabetes as well as obesity, which is a risk factor for diabetes. It highlighted a Japanese study that found that people who drank 6 or more cups of green tea a day were 33 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than were people who drank less than a cup of green tea a week. It also reported on Taiwanese research that found that people who drank green tea regularly for more than a decade had smaller waists and a lower body fat composition than those who weren't regular consumers of green tea.

    Drinking tea for diabetes is such a good idea because tea contains substances called polyphenols, which are antioxidants found in every plant. “Polyphenols help reduce oxidative stress and cause vasodilation (widening of the arteries), which decreases blood pressure, prevents clotting, and reduces cholesterol,” Dr. Steinbaum says. All of these activities reduce the risk for heart disease, which is elevated in people with diabetes. Polyphenols in green tea can also help regulate glucose in the body, helping to prevent or control diabetes.

    Black Tea. Black tea is highly recommended for those with diabetes, as it contains a special polysaccharide compound that acts almost exactly like the diabetes drugs Precose and Glyset.

    Matcha

    Chamomile Tea

    The Slimming Tea

    Just Beat It

    Herbal teas offer tremendous benefits and can also help lower blood sugar.

     

     

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