Keto Zone Sweet Tea for Great Health

With Spring and Summer approaching, you may be looking for a healthy and refreshing drink.

Many reach for sweet tea.

Unfortunately, traditional sweet tea is packed with health-degrading sugar.

But now, you can use Keto Zone Sweet Tea instead, two ways.

Instead of hurting your health, its black or green tea leaves are incredibly nourishing.

In fact, they can reduce stress hormones, aid weight loss, improve oral health, and more!

Instead of a bunch of sugar, we’ll use a Keto Zone-friendly healthy sweetener.

This Spring and Summer, try our Keto Zone Sweet Tea. Here’s how and why.

Keto Zone Sweet Tea


  • 64 oz. water, heated to boiling
  • 8 small tea bags or 1/3 cup loose leaf tea, black or green
  • 1-1.5 cups Erythritol or Keto sweetener of choice


Place tea bags in a large pitcher or jar while bringing water to a boil.

Pour water over tea and allow to steep 5-8 minutes.*

Remove tea.

Add erythritol and mix until completely dissolved.

Allow tea to cool, and then place in refrigerator until cold.

*Alternatively, make “sun tea” by placing tea and warm water in large glass jar, and placing in the sun for 4-6 hours. Remove tea, add erythritol and refrigerate.

Nutrition info per 8 oz.: 0 calories, 0 gm fat, 0 gm net carbs, 0 gm protein

Optional Add-ins:

Keto Zone Sweet Tea Options: Black or Green

Of course, traditional sweet tea is made with black tea. And, this is great. In fact, there are many health benefits of drinking black tea.

These include:

  • Cellular Detox
  • Increased Antioxidants
  • Heart Protection
  • Reduced Cortisol
  • Weight Loss
  • Reduced Cancer Risk (1) and Disease Protection

You can find out more about these benefits here.

But, if you’d like a bit of variety in both taste and health benefits, consider making green sweet tea in addition to black this summer.

Why Keto Zone Sweet Green Tea?

There are few drinks with as many studies to support its benefits as green tea.  It’s been consumed for centuries as part of the diets of healthy populations in Eastern countries.

It is wonderfully nutritious and packed with special antioxidants, called catechins.

Green tea is minimally processed. Its leaves are withered and steamed, and not fermented like black and oolong teas. Its unique antioxidants are more concentrated.

The main catechin and nutrient is green tea is called Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG). It is responsible for most of the health benefits, of which there are many (2). They include:

  1. It has been shown in animal studies to reduce cholesterol plagues, free LDL cholesterol, and high blood pressure.  Cyclists need strong hearts and unplugged arteries!
  2. In vitro (petri dish studies), green tea has inhibited the growth of cancer cells.  And, high consumption of the drink has been associated with a 90% reduced risk of breast cancer in women – let’s add a pink ribbon to green tea.
  3. Brain Health Support. Antioxidants repair and protect cells, and EGCG goes for the brain.  In fact, in mice induced with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease, it helped to protect brain cells from dying, as well as ‘rescuing’ already damaged neurons in the brain, a phenomenon called neurorescue or neurorestoration (3). Studies are now underway in China on human Parkinson’s Disease patients.
  4. EGCG has antibacterial properties that promote oral health in tea drinkers.
  5. The “eyes” have it, too.  EGCG is absorbed by cells in the eye, and provide protective effects for up to 20 hours after consumption.  This has led many experts to believe it may have a role in reducing diseases of the eye and glaucoma.
  6. Improved metabolism and fat loss.  Our friend, EGCG, helps our bodies oxidize and burn fat.  Multiple studies have shown an increase in metabolic rates, weight loss, decreased waistline and fat loss with consistent green tea ingestion.

Initially, it was attributed to caffeine.  But recent studies have shown these effects in caffeinated and decaffeinated green tea (there’s actually little caffeine in green tea to begin with).  The studies have used both green tea “extract” as a concentrated form of antioxidants and regular, brewed green tea.

Of course, there are many, many factors go into overall health and fat loss, such are reducing sugars and carbs.

But, you need hydration anyway – most adults feel best with 60-80 oz fluid per day. Dehydration has a DIRECT effect on your health and sense of well-being. Many adults report headaches, lethargy, aging skin and more when dehydrated.

Green and black teas are great for hydration despite being slightly caffeinated.

Another Way to Get EGCG

Did you know that Fermented Green Supremefood contains fermented Green Tea Leaf Extract? Fermented products actually increase and concentrate the nutrients. Add it to your Sweet Tea for double green tea benefit!

Bottom Line

Looking for a great summer drink while staying in the Keto Zone? Look no further than Keto Zone Sweet Tea. Whether you use the traditional black leaves or green, you’ll get amazing health benefits while staying hydrated with a delicious drink. Ditch the sugary summer drinks and stay in the Keto Zone this summer.


  1. Shelia says:

    Tea is my favorite drink. Thanks for the information. Appreciate immensely.

  2. Linda Snow says:

    Hello, I have started the Leto diet after reading your book. I have not yet reached ketosis but am slowly loosing weight. The question I have is: what can I do for the Leto bad breath? It is bad and you said no to mints and sugar less gum.

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