A study was released this week that documents the positive effect PHatea had lowering HbA1c and LDL cholesterol levels in a controlled group. Participants had elevated cholesterol levels and were not on medications to manage either cholesterol or diabetes during the 120-day study. At the end of the study blood tests revealed a significant drop in HbA1c and LDL cholesterol levels. Subjects also reported a decrease in appetite.
While the health benefits of drinking tea have been widely studied and reported, PHatea is not your typical green or black tea. PHatea’s processing creates a unique fermented tea that effects digesting enzymes and protects cells from damage when oxygen free radicals are present and a person is at risk for cancer and cardiovascular disease. An additional study published in Neurology cites that hypertension, diabetes and obesity in midlife may be indicative to brain changes that will result in dementia within ten years.
As America gets sicker, more people are looking for natural answers to their health concerns. PHatea’s anecdotal evidence documents the positive effect PHatea has had reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, increasing metabolism, reducing appetite, reducing sugar cravings and improving skin as well as lowering blood glucose and cholesterol levels.
Both Chinese and American scientific studies have shown the health benefits of consuming PHatea regularly. In China, for centuries, herdsmen have used the tea to aid in digestion of their high fat, low vegetable diet, retaining their health in a way that many Americans have not. Many Americans also consume an unhealthy diet and diabetes is out of control. Education, prevention and management are appearing more and more in the news. Business Wire reports that cities like Columbus, OH are joining the Diabetes Prevention and Control Alliance (DPCA) and saying “NOT ME”™ to diabetes.
If you’re concerned for your own health or that of a loved one, or even if you just want to be healthier, take PHatea’s 100-day challenge. If diabetes runs in your family, it doesn’t have to be a way of life for you. Get tested, get educated and drink PHatea®.
Source: Fu, D., et al., Fermented Camellia sinensis, Fu Zhuan Tea, regulates hyperlipidemia and transcription factors involved in lipid catabolism, Food Research International (2011), doi:10.1016/j.foodres.2011.07.008