The first in my series: Ultimate Guide to Nutrients is just hours away! The first installment will be all about water. All recipes this week will be “water based”. I’m starting with this delightful, delicious and nutritious tea.
I would recommend using green tea, or rooibos tea instead of black tea. Green and Rooibos are very high in anti-oxidants. Mango is VERY high in vitamin C, as well as vitamin A, potassium and vitamin B-6.

Here is a wonderful infographic showing the many health benefits of Ginger!

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So, onto the recipe! The recipe is from My Yellow Apron. ENJOY!!

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Mango Ginger Iced Tea Mango Ginger Iced Tea

I know we are just couple of days into spring yet it feels like summer here in Northern California. It gets very dry here during Summer and I’m not a fan of hot weather. I am a winter/fall girl- ANY DAY. I would rather be bundled up and drink non-stop hot coffee than dream about beaches in sandals. I have to admit one thing here, I am not a fan of cold tea or coffee either. I’m very strict (to the point of supremely annoying while sticking to my favorites). One of the blogging groups that I’m part of has a theme going – Mangoes. I just wrote a post on Green Mango Lentil Soup.., If you missed it here is the link –  Lentil Soup (Dal) with Green Mango and now I’m tasked with another mango recipe. I got a bag full of not-so-sweet ripe…

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