- Black Coffee with Stevia, Bitter gourd, Cinnamon & Alfalfa
- Black Tea with Stevia, Bitter gourd, Cinnamon & Alfalfa
Suitable as a daily drink for all groups regardless of age because it contains 3 disease-friendly ingredients which are blood pressure as well as diabetes. Plus, this beverage product use stevia as a white sugar substitute sweetener.
Active Ingredients of Black Coffee / Black Tea: with Stevia, Bitter gourd, Cinnamon & Alfalfa
Active Ingredients: Stevia, Bitter gourd, Cinnamon and Alfalfa
Benefits of Stevia:
- Stevia is a zero-calorie sweetener and can be a great substitute for refined sugar
- Stevia is a natural sweetener that helps to maintain normal sugar levels if you have diabetes
- Swapping added sugar for stevia could potentially minimize the risk of heart disease and cholesterol levels
Benefits of Bitter gourd:
- A good source of nutrients like fiber, vitamin C, folate and vitamin A
- May decrease cholesterol levels
- Low in calories but high in fiber
- Help reduce blood sugar levels
- Contains compounds with cancer-fighting properties
Benefits of Cinnamon:
- May protect your body from free radicals
- Help your body fight infections and repair tissue damage
- May cut the risk of heart disease including cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure
- Can lower fasting blood sugar levels
- Preventing tooth decay and bad breath
What is Alfalfa?
Alfalfa is a legume that has long roots and can absorb many nutrients. Alfalfa is rich in minerals and vitamins and contains organic acids. In traditional Chinese medicine, fresh alfalfa juice is used to treat gallstones, while the roots of this plant can be used to control common fever and yellow fever. Alfalfa leaves contain saponins, which are compounds that can reduce cholesterol levels in the blood.
Benefits of Alfalfa:
- Contains vitamin K and small amounts of many other vitamins as well as minerals.
- May help lower cholesterol
- Lowering the production of free radicals
- Alfalfa is also extremely low in calories
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