It can be very easy to think that if you get a quality tea that tastes good that’s it, all sorted!
But is it an organic loose leaf tea? If not, do you really know what is in your tea?
Non-organic tea can include a surprisingly high amount of chemicals, fluoride, pesticides and more.
It’s not uncommon for tea to not be washed before it is bagged or packaged so every chemical that was used to grow the tea will often end up straight in your cup once you add the water… pretty gross, isn’t it!
There is then, of course, the added factor of taste to take into account. We all drink tea because it tastes nice, have you tried organic loose leaf tea and really thought about the difference.
I find it’s huge and the nicer my tea can taste the better.
The health benefits of organic almost speak for themselves really, we know chemicals are bad and we should limit them as much as possible.
Tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world, second only to water, if it’s non-organic that’s a whole lot of chemicals to drink daily.
Have you heard of the current clean eating phase? Well I mean who could miss it really!
I like it, I read about it often and think it makes a lot of sense health wise… do I follow the lifestyle and eat a clean diet?
No, not really!
It’s hard, I’m busy and it can all seem like a lot of effort… bad of me I know but what I do instead is I pick what’s easy to follow and makes a big difference.
Drinking organic loose leaf tea is one of those things. It takes me no extra time and actually tastes better than the unhealthy alternative so it’s a win, win in my book.
We are a little late in the year for a new year’s resolution but if you are still thinking to start that health kick then why not pick this as your first change… you lower your daily chemical intake and still have that lovely daily (or 6 times daily for the real teaholics) cup of tea.
You could stick to a standard cup of tea with milk or try something even more healthy like an organic detox blend. Have a look through our great selection today and see what catches your eye.