Lipton Diet Green Iced Tea With Mixed Berry (16.9oz / 24pk)
About this item
- Diet mixed berry green tea
- Great tasting green tea with no calories
- Suitable for resale or your home's pantry
- Convenient bottles to take on the go
Enjoy the smooth, delicious taste of Lipton Diet Green Iced Tea with Mixed Berry.
What Are the Mixed Berry Flavors?
Lipton Diet Green Iced Tea with Mixed Berry offers you delicious hints of strawberry, raspberry and blackberry flavors, along with other natural flavors and a classic green tea flavor. To add to these savory flavors, this green tea is diet-friendly and contains no calories.
What Are Some Benefits of This Beverage?
Lipton Diet Green Iced Tea with Mixed Berry offers you plenty of dietary and nutritional benefits. First of all, this Lipton diet green tea contains a whole lot of vitamin C. The high amounts of vitamin C benefits people with weakened immune systems due to stress, while also protecting you from the common cold. Many studies have shown that taking vitamin C while ill can help reduce your risk of developing further complications like pneumonia or respiratory infections. Studies have also shown that a healthy intake of vitamin C can reduce your risk for stroke by up to 40%.
As for green tea, it contains tons of antioxidants and bioactive compounds to reduce your risk for developing cancer or chronic illness. The antioxidants and bioactive compounds in green tea reduce your risks by fighting off the formation of free radicals in your body: free radicals are harmful chemicals that increase your risk for cancer or oxidative stress, which leads to chronic illness. Along with those benefits, the green tea in this Lipton mixed berry tea also contains nutrients that help improve your brain function.
The Difference Between Natural and Artificial Flavors
Lipton Diet Green Iced Tea with Mixed Berry uses natural flavors and 0% juice to flavor the beverage. You may see a lot of drinks use artificial flavors and wonder what the difference between artificial and natural flavors is. Essentially, artificial flavors are produced from inedible materials, while natural flavors are produced from edible materials. Often enough, the end products are chemically the same.