NutraTea Glycemia Tea is a herbal tea packed with polyphenols and is designed to help regulate blood glucose levels, minimise blood glucose imbalances and maintain healthy lipid levels while managing insulin sensitivity and sugar cravings.
NutraGlycemia sugar control tea is designed to help you manage your insulin and blood sugar levels. The herbs in this tea blend contain active ingredients that work alongside healthy lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of diabetes and high blood sugar.
Bitter melon tea, one of the main ingredients, is popular for blood sugar management because it is packed with active compounds that help regulate your metabolism and prevent spikes in your blood glucose levels. Combined with other herbs that lower blood sugar and help with cholesterol control, bitter melon makes this herbal tea blend an ideal choice for anyone looking to take an active role in reducing their risk of diabetes. Fenugreek and cinnamon help to maintain physiological lipid levels in the blood and support the production of HDL (good) cholesterol, while banaba leaf and black tea can facilitate weight loss in addition to dietetic measures.
This Nutra tea is free from gluten, soy, sugar, wheat, and dairy. NutraGlycemia tea is vegetarian and vegan-friendly and suitable for kosher diets.
Directions: Pour 200-ml of freshly boiled water over a tea bag and let it steep for four to five minutes. Enjoy two to three cups daily as part of a balanced diet. Do not drink more than three cups per day. Each tea bag can be reused up to three times a day.
Do not consume more than three cups per day. Tea should not be taken as a substitute for a varied diet. This product is made in a factory that handles soy, mustard, celery, sesame, and nuts. This product is not intended to prevent, treat, or cure any disease or medical condition. Please seek medical advice before drinking this tea if you are on prescribed medication, suffer from high blood pressure, or are pregnant.
Bitter Melon (Momordica Charantia) - 30%, Cinnamon (Cinnamomum Verum) - 20%, Black Tea - 20%, Fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum-Graecum) - 14%, Jambolan, Banaba Leaf.
|Nutritional Information||Per 100ml*|
|Energy||9 kJ/2 kcal|
|of which Saturates||0.04g|
|of which Sugars||0g|
*Based on 100ml of brewed infusion
How do I brew a perfect cup of NutraTea?
Boil 200 ml of fresh water and place one tea bag of your chosen blend into a mug. Once the water has boiled, add it to your mug, waiting 4-5 minutes to allow the tea to brew. Then, when the water has cooled down enough for you to do so, drink! For further information on the directions and frequency of use, please read the details provided on each individual product page of our website.
How long can I keep each product for?
The recommended shelf life for each NutraTea product is 36 months, although, for the best flavour and effect, we would recommend use within 12 months of the date the box has been opened.
Where are NutraTea products sourced/made?
All NutraTea combinations are expertly formulated in the U.K. and manufactured by one of Europe’s leading tea houses, carrying ISO 9001 certification. The herbs and spices within each product are exclusively sourced from over 20 different countries, including Croatia, Sri Lanka, Japan, and Brazil. Allowing us to offer you stringent quality and ensuring an unparalleled cup of tea that is bright, delicious, and bursting with flavour.
Do all NutraTea blends contain caffeine?
Not all Nutra Tea products contain caffeine, so please see below for a list of those that do and those that don’t:
- Herbal Tea Infusions: Nutra Uric, Nutra Relax, Nutra Thyroid, Nutra Release, Nutra Liver, Nutra Detox And Nutra Defense.
- Teas Containing Caffeine: Nutra Trim, Nutra Boost, Nutra Glycemia, Nutra Vision, Nutra Flow, Nutra Bone, Nutra Lust, Nutra Joint And Nutra Lipid.
Are NutraTea's products organic?
With NutraTea's prime focus being on achieving the most effective blend to suit the tea's function, it is not always possible to source and use organic ingredients within NutraTea products; however, where they can, they will always opt to.
Is it safe to drink tea during pregnancy and/or while breast-feeding?
Generally speaking, most herbal teas are thought to be safe to drink during pregnancy and quite often can help to relieve discomforts, e.g., nausea and bloating, as long as they are consumed in moderation. However, we strongly advise you to speak with a GP or midwife if you have any concerns about drinking teas (containing traces of caffeine) or herbal infusions.
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