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You have to drink water every day. You may not think about the importance of hydration regularly, but we simply can’t function without water. Eight glasses of water per day is the recommended amount for an average person who doesn’t exercise. Those who live an active lifestyle should consume at least 12 glasses per day, if not more. It’s important to consider there’s water in the food we eat daily, but most of our body’s hydration comes through daily beverage consumption.

With sufficient hydration, the human body can function optimally. But without sufficient hydration, the body suffers in a variety of ways. People may feel the effects of insufficient hydration through headaches, dizziness, lethargy, poor concentration, and dryness of the mouth.

In the busy pace of modern life, people often opt for artificially-sweetened beverages or high-calorie caffeinated drinks that contain other unwanted ingredients. Liquid calories, super-sized beverages, and high fructose corn syrup contribute to increasing the global megatrend of overweight and obesity.

Drinking plenty of water is essential, but there are other healthy sources of liquids that can contribute to our hydration. One option is tea, the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water.

What Are the Benefits of Tea?

Including a cup of tea in your daily diet can bring along several benefits. Green, black, and herbal teas contain flavonoids and phytonutrients that can provide you with antioxidant support and boost a feeling of energy or relaxation.

Green Tea and Black Tea Benefits

Both green and black tea are made from the Camellia sinensis plant and are rich in flavonoids. These natural plant-based compounds help to support both brain and cardiovascular health. Flavonoids, which are a type of phytonutrients, help to fight oxidative stress in the body.

Herbal Tea Benefits

Herbal teas are made from a range of various herbs, plants, fruits, and spices. They provide similar benefits to green and black tea but without caffeine. Some benefits include:

Making hot Herbalife tea

A Spotlight on Herbalife Nutrition’s Tea Products

At Herbalife Nutrition, we understand the importance of hydration. For more than 40 years, we have harnessed the power of plants, and our tea products reflect our commitment to our customers to deliver high-quality products and ingredients that are convenient and can be enjoyed any time of day.

Herbal Tea Concentrate

Herbal Tea Concentrate is our flagship tea product. It’s a refreshing, low-calorie instant tea mix made with a special blend of ingredients, including green tea, black tea, orange pekoe extract, Hibiscus flower powder, Malva sylvestris, and Cardamom seed extracts. Containing approximately 85mg of caffeine, our tea concentrate can give you a boost to make you feel revitalized, and it provides antioxidants for your body.

Herbal Tea Concentrate is available in various flavors, including:

Green Tea

Made with green tea extract, this concentrate is a refreshing beverage with 25mg of caffeine per serving. We infuse the product with a natural pomegranate flavor and use a natural sweetener derived from the stevia leaf. As a result, this instant tea has zero calories and doesn’t have any added artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners.

Our Green Tea is made with non-GM ingredients and antioxidants that help protect against free radicals. An excessive chronic amount of free radicals in the body causes a condition called oxidative stress, which may damage cells and lead to chronic diseases.

Relaxation Tea

Our refreshing peppermint flavored Relaxation Tea is made with a soothing herbal blend of lemon balm, passionflower, chamomile, and lavender. This tea supports relaxation and helps to cope with occasional stress.

Our Relaxation Tea is made with non-GM ingredients, it is gluten-free and Kosher certified, and it has no added caffeine.

N-R-G Tea (Nature’s Raw Guarana)

This tea can help you feel recharged with its uplifting flavor blend of guarana seed extract, orange pekoe, and lemon peel. It provides 40mg of caffeine per serving, and it increases mental alertness, provides a gentle pick-me-up.

Herbalife tea concentrate with lemon

How Our Tea Extraction Process Works 

Our extracts are made with rigorous high-quality standards from well-established suppliers and a team of experts. At our Herbalife Innovation & Manufacturing (H.I.M.) facility in Changsha, China, we ensure raw materials match our strict specifications to deliver rigorous quality standards.

There are three stages to produce our popular tea products:

  1. Sourcing. Quality begins with using the very best ingredients, which is why we source our tea from farmers who have been harvesting tea for generations in one of the oldest and most fertile regions: the Fujian Province in China.
  2. Botanical identification. To validate all our ingredients’ integrity, we use technologically advanced equipment and Botanical DNA Identification processes to confirm the authenticity, origin, and quality of each botanical ingredient.
  3. Extraction and filtration. At this stage, dried tea leaves are mixed with hot water, resulting in the tea extract. The tea extract is then filtered for clarity.
  4. Evaporation. In this second stage, the extract is evaporated using vacuum and heat, creating the concentrated native extract.
  5. Drying. Finally, by using air to dry the concentrated native extract, a dry powder version is created.

This comprehensive process is a testament to our commitment to high-quality standards that consumers can trust.

Luigi Gratton

Luigi GrattonM.D., MPH – Vice President of Training

As VP of Training, Dr. Gratton is responsible for ensuring our independent distributors have a thorough understanding of Herbalife Nutrition's products, ingredients, and benefits. He holds a medical degree from Mount Sinai Medical School of New York University and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical nutrition at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.