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Try This To Stay At Your Peak This Holiday Season

‘Tis the season to be jolly, right? The holidays can add many commitments to your already busy life such as shopping, baking, parties, and decorating. How do you stay at your peak and easily get through this season? Some may add an extra yoga class, listen to relaxing music, or light a candle. Here’s an additional and easy way to help you be your best this holiday season….add loose leaf tea into your daily routine.

How can this help? Loose leaf tea offers many functional benefits to help you sail through whatever the situation requires – providing an extra energy boost to get through late nights of decorating, winding down after a long holiday party, keeping your immune system healthy despite the changing seasons, and so much more. Loose leaf tea is the healthiest, purest form of tea which ensures your body receives all of the nutrients and benefits directly from tea. With bagged tea, tea is ground to fit into such a small bag that the nutrients are stripped down to almost nothing.

Navigating the world of loose leaf tea can be confusing given there are many different types and flavors of teas. How do you know which type of tea you need for your unique situation? Tiesta Tea helps demystify loose leaf tea– each product highlights the benefit of each flavorful tea such as Energizer, Slenderizer, Immunity, Eternity, and Relaxer. Just think about what your body needs at that moment. Are you tired and need to wake up? Grab an Energizer. Are you feeling under the weather? Brew up an Immunity Blend. All the loose blends are made with real, simple, healthy ingredients, from tropical flavors with mango, pineapple and papaya to rich tiramisu-inspired blends. 38 of the Tiesta Tea blends are non-GMO project verified.

Tiesta Tea can be found in the bulk food section at Safeway. You can try as much or as little as you like. Plus, you can try multiple benefits in anticipation of all the needs you will have this holiday season. You can also find Tiesta Tea in pouches and tins in the tea aisle at Costco, Lucky, and Target and at

Enjoy loose leaf tea and feel how this pure form of tea can help you be at your peak this holiday season!

SF Examiner

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