Yerba Mate for Life, a leading company providing the yerba mate health beverage from Paraguay, stresses the health benefits that come from drinking the beverage.
(PRWEB) July 19, 2005 -- Yerba Mate for Life, a leading company providing the
health beverage from Paraguay, stresses the health benefits that come from
drinking the beverage. Yerba mate is a tea-like beverage from South America and is
known to promote natural health benefits.
Research has shown that yerba mate is effective at detoxifying the body, strengthening the immune system, and reducing blood pressure. It contains higher levels of antioxidants than green tea and acts as a natural stimulant. Yerba Mate for Life believes the product’s overall health benefits include being a great natural nutrition source and boosting a feeling of wellbeing.
“Drinking yerba mate has changed my life in many ways,” said Kevin Murray, owner of Yerba Mate for Life. “This product has made me feel healthier, less stressed, and more in control of my life. I want to stress to consumers that yerba mate can improve the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of their lives.”
Yerba mate is made from the dried leaves of an indigenous holy plant grown in South America and is widely used in South American countries. It is typically prepared similarly to brewed herbal tea and is sipped from a hollowed-out gourd with a metal-filtered straw called a bombilla. There are several ways to prepare the beverage, such as drinking it cold like ice tea, mixing it with fruit juice, or using a tea ball.
Visit www.ILoveYerba.com to:
• Get more information on yerba mate
• Order yerba mate
• Find yerba mate links with more information
• Learn about the health benefits of yerba mate
About Yerba Mate for Life
Yerba Mate for Life, a leading company providing the yerba mate health beverage from Paraguay, provides high quality yerba mate beverages to promote good health the natural way. They are located in Buckingham, PA.
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