This is a really flavorful detox water recipe that combines a number of ingredients that not only taste great, but also have known metabolism boosting properties. It contains some of my favorite ingredients: lemon, lime, grapefruit, cucumber and mint – all full of healthy vitamins and antioxidants, as well as being packed full of wonderful flavors.
Side effects of fasting may include headaches, weakness, muscle aches, nausea, lightheadedness, irritability, racing heart, exacerbation of joint symptoms, mild abdominal discomfort, and hunger. However, everyone reacts differently to detoxing. While one person may feel energized and revitalized, another may feel sluggish. Generally it is reported that hunger disappear after the first day.
This particular diet also allows for the enjoyment of peppermint teas as they do not inhibit the effectiveness of the cleanse. Mint tea has incredible purification properties that are very beneficial in the detox process. No other supplements should be consumed during this cleanse. This also applies to black coffee. Most often this is difficult for our dieters to cease from drinking. We strongly encourage sticking to the strict diet to get the best results. Since the diet is designed to cleanse the body from toxins, it’s good to cease all another non-regimented liquid intake. Coffee contains additive properties through caffeine that is not helpful in this process.
This tea helps weight loss in two ways. First, its ingredients cleanse the digestive system to remove toxins, as well as also curbing appetite so that the consumer isn’t reaching for that snack in between meals. It’s made with a blend of natural ingredients, is easy on the stomach and boosts the immune system. Like the other 14-day detox teas on the market, the best results are seen with a combination of also eating healthy and exercising.
Each of these 5 Best Teas for Weight Loss has its own individual, magic properties, from dimming your hunger hormones to upping your calorie burn to—literally—melting the fat that’s stored in your fat cells. Oh, and they can also help reduce your risk of heart disease and diabetes, too. (Stick to 3-4 cups—or tea bags—of tea per day, and choose brewed varieties over bottled to avoid extra calories and sweeteners.)
But a troubling flaw has popped up in this system. (You knew there was a "but" coming, right?) In a recent study, people on an alternate-day fasting plan for six months lost about 6 percent of their body weight—the same as those on a conventional low-cal diet—but 38 percent of fasters dropped out, nearly 10 percent more than in the other diet group. A similar problem has surfaced in other trials.