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Yerba Mate - The New coffee!

Yerba mate and coffee are both popular beverages that contain caffeine, but they are made from different plants and have some distinct differences in taste, preparation, and cultural significance.  

Yerba mate is a traditional South American beverage made from the leaves and twigs of the Ilex paraguariensis plant. It is typically prepared by steeping the dried leaves in hot water and served in a gourd with a metal straw, called a bombilla. It is also prepared in a french press, coffee maker or Keurig machine. Yerba mate has a slightly bitter & herbal taste.  Mate is often consumed for its energizing effects and various health benefits.

Yerba mate and coffee both contain approximately 75 –120 mg of caffeine per cup. However, the caffeine in mate seems to work differently. While several cups of coffee can sometimes cause jitters, upset your stomach and may have crashing effects, mate has the unique dual action of stimulating and soothing, even after several cups. 

Yerba mate is packed with antioxidants, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, C, and E. It also contains minerals like magnesium, iron, zinc, potassium, amino acids and polyphenols making it nourishing while also energizing the body and mind.

Yerba mate reduces appetite and promotes weight loss by increasing GLP1.  GLP1 increases the rate and percentage of fat loss while resting and during exercise. Yerba mate also won't increase your heart rate.  Keeping you calm and focused.  Mindful energy - modern focus. 

It's caffeine is a clean & natural energizer. The caffeine from mate up regulates your dopamine receptors so you get more of a dopamine increase. Having more dopamine will increase your drive and motivation allowing you to feel better & get more done.  It's is also neuro protective for the dopamine neurons.

Mate prevents infections, according to some studies. A high dose of mate deactivates the E. Coli bacteria. It can also prevent the growth of the fungus responsible for different skin issues.  

Yerba mate is good for our hearts too!  It helps to reduces cholesterol levels.  So after your next big meal try replacing your coffee with some yerba mate and see how you feel.  


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