Uncle Lee’s Tea

Diabetic’s Delight: Controlling Blood sugar levels is a complex issue that includes changes in lifestyles factors like diet and exercise. Uncle Lee’s Diabetic’s Delight tea is not meant to replace any pharmaceutical drugs you might be taking, but to ease your blood sugar levels into a more manageable range.

Gentle D-Tox Tea: Cleansing is a tradition in many cultures. Instead of more dramatic cleanses, this gentle tea puts you on the slow and steady road to a more revitalized body. Each of these herbs has been part of cleansing traditions from around the world. Welcome them into your teatime and feel renewed. Gentle D-Tox Tea can also be a healthy addition to other cleanses.

Lower Pressure Tea: There is nothing more relaxing than stopping for a nice cup of tea. Now studies have shown that the ingredients blended into this tea may reduce blood pressure if consumed on a regular basis. Lower Pressure Tea is not meant to replace any pharmaceutical drugs you might be taking, but to ease your blood pressure into a more manageable range.

Happy Cholesterol: Having balanced cholesterol is important for cardiovascular health. Happy Cholesterol tea is not meant to replace any pharmaceutical drugs you might be taking, but to ease your blood cholesterol into a more manageable range.

Pu-Erh Tea: One of the most complex of Chinese teas, Pu-erh helps aid the body in fighting cholesterol and is also a great source of magnesium.

With the courtesy of Uncle Lee’s Tea.

You can also read the above article at http://www.healthsuperstore.com/health/v-uncle-lees-tea.htm

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