Redbush tea is less likely to stain teeth

Redbush tea is less likely to stain teeth

This weeks Superfood feature is actually a drink, but it's still good for you. So therefore, it stil counts.

If you're sick of drinking glasses and glasses of water just because we're told that it's good for us and fancy a change then this just may be the thing for you.

Plus, who wants to drink an ice-cold glass of water in the winter weather, we want something to warm up the insides.

Tetley Redbush tea is the perfect everyday drink and a refreshing alternative to a normal cup of tea, coffee and fruit or herbal infusions.

It's a natural source of antioxidants which may help to fight free radicals and maintain a healthy lifestyle, redbush is said to contain low levels of minerals and zinc which can help to promote a glowing complexion.

The redbush tea is made from 100 per cent natural rooibos, which literally means Redbush in Afrikaans, South Africans have enjoyed drinking Redbush since the 18th Century.

It is revered as a traditional herbal remedy with a host of reputed health benefits, rooibos are used in South Africa as they are believed to alleviate allergies, asthma and dermatological problems including eczema and acne.

"Tetley Redbush is fantastically versatile and can be enjoyed with or without milk, chilled and mixed with fruit juice or even as a key ingredient in beauty treatments and food recipes," says Jane Griffin, consultant nutritionist.

"It's naturally caffeine free properties make it a calming and relaxing alternative to other hot drinks. Staying hydrated is the key to beautiful skin so, as a natually hydrating drink, redbush is perfect for helping achieve a glowing complexion."

The calming properties are reputed, plus you can use a cold tea bag to help sooth and revitalise tired or red eyes. The low tannin content also helps to avoid discolouration of teeth which can be a negative side effect of other tea and coffee.

Swap your regular cup of tea with some redbush this week and see whether it can make a difference to your health.

Let us know what happens.

Femalefirst Taryn Davies

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