Want to know more about the latest "teatox" craze? tea'se specialist Rebekah Thornquist explains!
What It Is
A teatox is where you detoxify your body with tea! A teatox kickstarts your metabolism to help you loose weight while cleansing your body. Unlike most detox systems, with a teatox you can still eat every meal and snacks.
What It Does
Teatoxing helps with losing weight, burn calories, boosts metabolism, cleanses, detoxifies, suppresses appetite, and increases energy levels.
How It Works
Each teatox program has it’s own special instructions based on the company’s blend. But generally you drink a cup of tea in the morning, afternoon and one in the evening after dinner for the specified number of days.
What To Do
A teatox will not magically make drop the weight or get you to your fitness goal. Like anything, it needs to be paired with healthy eating and exercise. Eating healthy during your teatox will maximize the effects. When you are on your teatox make sure to eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, beans and lentils, oats, brown rice, unsalted nuts, yogurt, and fish.
You want to avoid foods such as fatty meat like bacon, sausage, hamburgers. You also want to avoid creams, cheeses, margarine, and unhealthy oils. Bad carbs like doughnuts, bagels, cake, pie, cookies. Chocolate, but small pieces of dark chocolate are fine. Alcohol and sugary drinks.
When looking for a teatox program, I suggest the Triple Teatox program from Tease Tea. You can pick two different program lengths: 15 day and 30 day. All the ingredients in Triple Teatox are 100% natural. There are no GMOs, gluten, dairy chemicals or preservatives.
I like this teatox because 1) I am gluten sensitive so it offers a safe alternative to other teatox brands; 2) It’s loose leaf! Using loose leaf tea is more potent, effective, and it just tastes better than tea bags!
I trust this blend because Triple Teatox is specially formulated and designed by Tease Tea’s founder and Tea Sommelier who is a certified professional with the hands on and educational knowledge of tea and the various health benefits of herbal ingredients.
So there you have it! An introduction to the concept of teatoxing. I hope you have enjoyed this article and have learned some valuable information about tea detoxing! Until next time, Happy Sipping!
Born, raised, and residing in sunny California, Rebekah wants to live in a world where everyone drinks tea, books come bundled with pizza, and every “thank you” note is scribbled by hand.As an actress and tea lover, she decided to combine her two loves into Teacups and Blossoms- a YouTube channel dedicated to teaching and sharing with others about the world of tea.When she’s not filming new videos or performing on stage, you can find her reading and re-reading her favorite books, cooking delicious gluten-free recipes, and shamelessly watching seamless hours of Downton Abbey.
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