You’ve probably heard it more than once: drinking more water will help you lose more weight. But does water really help weight loss? The short answer is yes. Drinking water helps boost your metabolism, cleanse your body of waste, and acts as an appetite suppressant. Also, drinking more water helps your body stop retaining water, leading you to drop those extra pounds of water weight. What can you do to make sure you’re drinking the recommended eight to ten eight-ounce glasses per day to keep yourself hydrated and encourage weight loss?
So, intermittent fasting was very effective for me. But I don’t think that I would find it sustainable, at least in the fairly extreme form in which I did it for that period of a little over two months. Others seem to have gotten good results with more moderate forms of intermittent fasting, and I too will have to find something more moderate that can work for me on a more sustainable basis, but I felt I had been far too fat for far too long, and I was anxious to get my weight down fast.
This doesn't tell the whole story, because once the switch occurs, you need to burn ketones for some time to gain any benefits. Back in 2014, I wrote about new evidence (from Valter Longo's research) that a longer fast, such as 3 days or more provide significant long-term health benefits. Three days is a long time to fast, but Longo has said that you don't need to do it more than a few times per year.
This detox tea stands out because not only does it promote healthy digestion and helps the body eliminate harmful toxins, but it also stimulates the body’s ability to process excess fats. Complete with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, it contains all natural ingredients without the laxative Senna, so it’s easy insensitive stomachs. Expect bloating to be reduced, energy boosted, and plus it tastes great.