What do you get when you combine rooibos tea with grass-fed butter?
A keto-friendly antioxidant-rich latte.
We crafted this vanilla rooibos ketogenic latte so you can reap all the health benefits of rooibos while staying in ketosis.
Rooibos tea has more perks than you may think. Take a look:
Health Benefits of Rooibos Tea
Rooibos is Afrikaans for “red bush”, and true to its name, it comes from a South African bush (Aspalathus linearis) with unique compounds.
Rooibos leaves have been used to make fragrant tea for hundreds of years. They undergo fermentation, which gives them their signature reddish-brown color.
One big upside of rooibos is that it’s caffeine-free, so you can drink it at any point of the day.
Rooibos is rich in protective polyphenols, including two exclusive compounds:
- Aspalathin: Aspalathin is highly antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, and it’s almost 100% absorbable by your body. Fun fact: Rooibos is the only known source of aspalathin. [*][*][*]
- Nothofagin: Nothofagin is also excellent at scavenging free radicals.
Here’s why you should mix it with these healthy fats:
- Macadamia nut milk: Macadamia is the fattiest nut, with 21 grams of fats in two tablespoons, which means its perfect for ketosis.
- Grass-fed ghee butter: Grass-fed butter is superior to regular butter not just ethically, but also nutritionally. Grass-fed cows have higher levels of vitamin A, vitamin E, and antioxidants, which are passed down to the milk.[*]
If you want healthier, prettier skin, why not brew some rooibos? Start with this keto latte.
We crafted this vanilla rooibos ketogenic latte so you can reap all the health benefits of rooibos while staying in ketosis. This is a keto-friendly, heart-protective, antioxidant-rich latte.
- 1 sachet Pique - Vanilla Rooibos
- 8 oz water
- ¼ cup macadamia or other nut milk
- ½ tsp grassfed ghee butter or coconut butter