Beettea, or Beet Tea, the first natural healthy tea made by combining natural beetroot with pure green tea, will soon market and distribute a brand new formula around the world.
Produced by the Dubai Industrial City headquartered Conia General Trading, the healthy new formula is set for production after obtaining approval from Minnesota Valley laboratories, a leading American laboratory that is certified by the Federal Drug and Food Association.
“Conia now is in the process of reviewing a number of proposals from international distribution companies requesting the legal rights to distribute Conia Beet Tea in Middle Eastern markets,” said Dr. Abnor Zeruki, Managing Director of Conia. “We understand the increasing demand on the new Beet Tea, however, it is important to inform our loyal customers that the product will be made available on special website developed to save the long procedures of business contracts, and the website name is fetched from the product name “BEET TEA” and everyone can now log to www.beettea.com and place an order”.
Dr. Abnor also stated that Conia has registered Beat Tea with US Office for Patents and Trademarks, under the registration number 4425419.
According to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, beetroot is an excellent source of folate and manganese, and also contains betaines, which may function to reduce the concentration of homocysteine in the body.
Some experts believe high levels of homocysteine, a homolog of the naturally occurring amino acid cysteine, may be harmful to blood vessels and thus contribute to the development of heart disease, stroke, or peripheral vascular disease. This hypothesis is controversial, however, due to the fact that it has not been established yet whether homocysteine itself is harmful, or whether it is just an indicator of increased risk for heart disease.
Because the red color compound betanin is not broken down in the body, when drinking Beet Tea higher concentrations of betanin may temporarily cause urine and stool to assume a reddish color. This effect is completely harmless and not related to blood in the stool or urine.
For more information on Conia Beet Tea, please visit www.beettea.com
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Mr. Abnor Zeruki
SOURCE: Conia General Trading
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