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“Munch” (to chew or eat audibly or with pleasure) and “Gulps” (to swallow rapidly in large amounts). A blog that sprung out of two sisters' passion for food. A compilation of food trips, food finds, recipes and other information akin to food. Be it high end or street food. Be it home-cooked or chef-made. Be it eaten hot or cold. Be it eaten cooked or raw. Let’s list and hunt for ingredients..let’s chop, slice, dice, mince, julliene..let’s boil, marinate, poach, bland..let’s stir-fry, barbecue, deep fry, bake..let’s plate and decorate..let’s mix, blend, squeeze and concoct. Let’s share recipes and other food information. Let’s Munch and Gulp..Bon Appetit and Cheers! =]

Monday, August 9, 2010

Real Leaf Tea: It’s what green tea should be!

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If you wanting to cleanse and detoxify nothing beats a cup of green tea. But with a busy lifestyle one can’t help but grab for just a bottle of iced green tea rather than brew it. The market abounds with almost all of the tea combination out there especially the green tea drink variants or iced green tea labeled with real leaf. Studies have shown that green tea benefits aside from vitamins, its also full of anti-oxidants and theanine (an amino acid only found in tea plants).

Real Leaf has three delightful flavors: Honey Apple, Honey Lemon and Honey Lychee, all equally and deliciously reviving - its real tea, real honey better than C2 if or any other brand in the market today.

Their brewing process follows only world-class standards based on years of experience and expertise of The Coca-Cola System. Not to mention that green tea leaves used are sourced all the way from the Zhejiang region of China, the country that produces more than 70% of the total green tea output in the world.

Add honey, that has low calorie level, is an excellent substitute for sugar in drinks and food. It contains vitamins, minerals and amino acids and can even help prevent your seasonal allergies and is a good source of antioxidants.

So grab a bottle of Real Leaf Green Tea..it’s what green tea should be!

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