Mint Tea & Fasting
Oct 11, 2020
Ritual & Secrets of Mint Tea
Mint and Fasting Tea - the perfect combination
Drink Mint Tea and Why Fast?
At Maison NANA1807, you are always welcome to taste a delicious Mint Tea for Peace and your pleasure.
We are always concerned about your well-being. And we like to share good eating practices and certain rituals around Mint Tea .
For example, intermittent fasting is an excellent detoxifier with a lasting effect, and brings you many benefits:
- Strengthening the immune system
- Energy generator
- Stabilization of blood sugar
- Healthier weight management.
- Physiological rest (digestive, respiratory, heart, system).
- Regulator of the feeling of satiety
- Metabolic boost and revival of emunctories.
- Better general health
Unlike total fasting - the one we do at least during the month of Ramadan - intermittent fasting is easier. It's a program that divides your day into two periods:
- a period for the) meal
- and a period of fasting.
The Intermittent Fasting Ritual is meant to make the most of your body's natural metabolic processes every day, so you can be on the path to optimal long-term health with the help of Ketosis ( fat burner).
In fact, our body knows better how to manage deprivation than excess. As proof, the major diseases (cardiovascular, obesity and hypertension) growing in the world, are mainly due to our food hygiene.
How does Mint Tea improve the benefits of intermittent fasting?
1. Helps increase satiety
Especially during the first two weeks of intermittent fasting, it can be very normal to feel a feeling of hunger during your fasting period.
This feeling of hunger is actually a habit of feeding your body according to the standard of three / five meals depending on your culture. And this sensation disappears when drinking Mint Green Tea , since the catechins in Green Tea support the level of Ghrelin.
Ghrelin is a hormone known as the “hunger hormone”, and it is primarily responsible for snacking between meals. Normalizing your ghrelin level will alleviate this problem and help you adjust to intermittent fasting.
2. Relaxation aid
Mint Tea is a blend rich in Caffeine and L-theanine. Caffeine gives you a clean energy boost, which is useful against the fatigue experienced by many beginner fasters.
The caffeine in Mint tea is different from that of coffee - mainly due to the presence of L-theanine. An amino acid that promotes a calm and focused state of consciousness, L-theanine prevents the nervousness you often experience with coffee.
Additionally, L-theanine helps support a state of mindfulness. Reason why pilgrims drink tea, while walking and during their meditation sessions.
3. Helps with cellular health
What makes Mint Tea such a unique substance are the Polyphenols contained in the tea leaves. Polyphenols are antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body.
Ingestion of Polyphenols:
- relieves your intestinal transit,
- aids digestion,
- promotes healthier skin,
- increases your energy,
- contributes to better mental focus and much more.
The Mint Tea is a simple and delicious way to bring a high concentration of polyphenols in your daily diet
To take advantage of all the benefits of Mint Tea , recent studies conclude that it is healthy to drink at least three cups of high quality tea per day.
At Maison NANA1807, we find it interesting to brew our Mint Teas cold. This cold infusion process extracts all these amazing polyphenols and catechins from the tea leaves without destroying them.
According to our findings, a glass of cold brew Mint Tea contains two or even three times the antioxidants of a hot brew. This means that you can drink just one glass of cold brew Mint Tea , while still enjoying the benefits equivalent to two or three glasses of hot brew.
At Maison NANA1807, we prepare Mint Teas by the cold infusion process, and we serve you Mint Tea at temperature ambient or hot as you wish.
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