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Spiced Dandelion Tea

Spiced Dandelion Tea

If you’re looking for natural ways to spice up your palette, the Chai Tea company have perfected the art of producing a range of beautiful tea blends, made from traditional recipes.

This week I am recommending their delicious coffee alternative – Spiced Dandelion.

Your liver will also thank you as, unlike the negative impacts coffee has on your liver, dandelion acts as a natural liver tonic through stimulating natural liver and digestive processes as well as possessing a gentle diuretic action to purify the blood.  It’s even been touted as a natural way to assist in weight reduction, cleanse your skin and eliminate acne, as well as improving your bowel function

With ingredients such as roasted dandelion root, chicory, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, cardamon and nutmeg, this exotic blend is sure to spice up your taste buds.

See my recipe for Dandelion Mocha, for a tasty coffee alternative.

If  you need further convincing to try this tasty coffee alternative, purchase a pack of delcious Spiced Dandelion and Rainbow Chai tea online and you will  go into the draw to win a return flight to India!  Find out more here.

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4 Comments
  1. Hello Casey
    I recommend using a little stevia or Xylitol for sweetness if needed, as these sweetner alternatives, whilst natural, do not contain glucose like other sweetners and don’t impact on insulin as a result. YOu can read more about sugar and healthy alternatives in a previous post I wrote here http://www.www.flatseven.org/sallyjoseph/is-sugar-really-the-devil-in-disguise/

  2. Hello Casey
    I recommend using a little stevia or Xylitol for sweetness if needed, as these sweetner alternatives, whilst natural, do not contain glucose like other sweetners and don’t impact on insulin as a result. YOu can read more about sugar and healthy alternatives in a previous post I wrote here http://www.www.flatseven.org/sallyjoseph/is-sugar-really-the-devil-in-disguise/

  3. Hi Sally, does this blend have any sugar in it?

  4. Hi Sally, does this blend have any sugar in it?

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