Liberian Olympic Athlete Launches Tea Brand in US

first_imgAndrew Reyes represented Team Liberia at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000United States-based Liberian Olympic athlete Andrew Reyes has launched his own business in the United States, designed to help promote healthy lifestyle.As an athlete who wanted to pursue a career in health and wellness after competing in several athletic competitions, Reyes decided to start a personal fitness business which he became successful at by officially launching his tea brand dubbed “TEATOXBYDREW,” on December 27, 2018.“Now I have ventured into the wellness part of my career to help others not only to become physically fit on the outside, but to become physically fit inward as well,” Reyes said.Since the establishment of his tea brand, Andrew has sold his product to several customers worldwide through its website, with several individuals giving testimonials via social media.TEATOXBYDREW: The Green Tea is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. (Photo: Andrew Reyes)According to Reyes, he is planning on bringing the product to Liberia as part of health and wellness to the communities. “We plan on collaborating with Liberia’s Ministry of Health to get Liberia back on track in a healthy lifestyle. We want to host camps wellness retreats and seminars to the Liberian community and government.“Because it is new to the people, it is going to be a challenge to introduce the our Healthy Detox Tea Brands, but with the accolades of being a Liberian and Olympian of Liberia, I believe we will overcome the challenges to bring a Healthy LIFESTYLE back home,” he said.Andrew Reyes, a sprinter, is a Liberian native born in Margibi County, a descendant of the Kaiuway family. When he was one week old, he was adopted by the Sinclair-Reyes Family in the United States. There he was raised and, in his early teenage years, was engaged in sports and fitness. A few years later, Reyes represented Team Liberia at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000. He holds the Liberian national record in the 4x100m relay from the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. The 44-year-old also participated in the USA 2017 National Indoors Championship and currently holds two gold medals from the championship.About ProductDetox tea is usually based on tea leaves mixed with different type of herbs. Most teas recommended for detox contain herbs that nourish the liver, an organ responsible for clearing toxins from your body.The tea contains Green Tea, Holy Basil, Spearmint, Rose Hips, Lemon Myrtle, Linden Blossom, Ginger Root, and Bacillus coagulans DNI-30 6086 probiotic.Tea for detox assists the body get rid of toxic waste, which helps to improve the digestive system, detoxify and cleanse the body, help people reach health/weight loss goals. As the colon is cleansed, it pushes waste out of the system and clears the way for good nutrient absorption. A clean colon from a detox tea allows waste to pass easily.Green Tea is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. Antioxidants help rid your body of free radicals, which can damage otherwise healthy cells. It has been shown to increase fat burning and boost the metabolic rate.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

A.V. winery, vineyard tours set to begin

first_imgDesignation as an American Viticulture Area would mean the Antelope Valley has unique topography and soil that can produce a unique grape, officials said. The four areas would be the Antelope Valley, Leona Valley, Acton and Agua Dulce area, plus the Tehachapi-Cummings Valley area. “Wine connoisseurs will buy wine for that extra distinction and nuance,” said Robert Woods, association spokesman and Leona Valley Winery technology director. Bob and Patty Souza, owners of Souza Family Vineyards in Tehachapi, where they grow grapes on four acres to make Primitivo Zinfandel wine, said they are excited about the tours. “We are thrilled they included us because we are sort of an outpost,” Bob Souza said. The Souzas said they are planning to add a wine-tasting room and establish a bed-and-breakfast this summer. The winegrowers association is a nonprofit organization that was formed last October to promote wine production and awareness about the industry in the greater Antelope Valley area. Membership is open to wineries, vineyards and wine enthusiasts. (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Local vintners began replanting grapevines about 25 years ago, and the region now boasts five wineries, 33 vineyards and three tasting rooms. “People will stay at hotels, visiting areas and wine-tasting rooms,” Kilmer said. Kilmer said there will be four- and eight-hour tours, with the option of staying at a bed-and-breakfast inn that is planned at a winery in Tehachapi. Tour prices and information will be made available in May on the association’s Web site, Association officials also said they are applying to have four local areas federally designated as distinct wine-producing regions, which will increase the value of the grapes and local wine production. LANCASTER – The newly formed Antelope Valley Winegrowers Association will launch wine tours this summer to boost tourism, business and job growth, officials said Tuesday. The tours are scheduled to start in mid- to late June with the help of two limousine companies and will involve wineries and vineyards stretching from Agua Dulce to Tehachapi. “We have Napa to the north, and Temecula, Santa Barbara and Paso Robles. We are in the middle,” said Chantel Kilmer, association president and marketing director of Cameo Vineyards. “How difficult would it be to stop on the way through?” During a news conference, organizers noted that the Antelope Valley has a long and rich history of wine-making that ended with Prohibition in the 1920s. last_img read more