WIN: A years supply of Green Tea!

Green tea is something I really need to get into the habit of drinking more. It is supercharged with antioxidants and flavanoids which are known to confer health benefits on the body. These fighting nutrients can help reduce LDL cholesterol levels in the body and may protect against some cancers.

Clipper use #unbleachedbags for their tea, taking out another step of processing. They are also using unbleached paper for the labels on the tea bags. Do you really need a white tea bag  when it is just going in your cup to brew? When drinking tea in a bag, I would prefer the most natural, chemical free version possible. So unbleached bags get a thumbs up from me.

WIN a YEARS SUPPLY of GREEN TEA and Keep Cup from Clipper:

To enter, pop over to Twitter:

1. Follow me @dietitianuk

2. Answer the following in a tweet: “My favourite Clipper Green Tea is…… #unbleachedbags” I want to win a years supply of Green Tea @clipperteas

3. or RT my tweet about the competition

You have 24 hours (ends Tues 5th May 8.30pm)

Dietitian UK: Win a years suppler of Tea - Clipper prize

Green tea leaves come from the plant Camellia sinensis. The difference between green and black tea is the fermentation process, green tea is not fermented but black tea is.

I like to drink mine in the morning, the clearness of it feels refreshing and it is hydrating. I’ve been drinking green tea for years. My favourites from the Clipper range are the Green Tea with Lemon and the Original Green Tea. I love the fact they also have a decaff version.

All entrants must be in the UK.
The winner will be picked by random by Clipper.
The prize will be posted out by Clipper.
One entry per person. 
There are no alternative prizes.
Competition ends Tuesday 5th May 8.30pm



Disclaimer: I was not paid for this Giveaway and all views are my own.

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