Where’s the Food at Whole Foods: Xingtea

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Being that I am a tea lover, I wanted to talk about one of my favorite buys at Whole Foods. Xingtea is an all-natural, sweetened with cane sugar, iced tea that comes in a variety of flavors from mango to blueberry (mango is my favorite). Unlike some other well-known iced teas, this brand’s taste is on point… and it’s also lactose and gluten free! It is more on the sweet side, but still not as sweet as some other brands of tea. You can usually find them as cans in the refrigerated section or in a gallon size to satisfy a larger family.

Reasons why I love tea so much? The health benefits! This tea contains green tea leaves that aren’t fermented like their black or oolong counterparts. There is also a large antioxidant factor that contributes to many different health benefits such as high cholesterol and even lower some cancer risks. And although it may have caffeine, it’s content is only a third of a cup of coffee. But watch that sugar content, this does carry a lot of sugar (at least it’s natural?) so drink in moderation.

Stop by your local Whole Foods and see what I mean. Xingtea is my new go-to iced tea drink!

– Ayeh
@_ayeeeh

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Author:ayeeeh

Addicted to Asian cuisine & spicy foods. Closet video game & comic nerd. Aspiring makeup artist & optometrist. Forever curious & loves gaining new perspectives.

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