Detox teas are not a panacea for weight loss. You still have to do more than just drink tea. No amount of tea can help you lose weight if you do not follow a sensible nutrition plan. However, detox teas can curb appetite, raise metabolism, burn fat, improve digestion, reduce fat absorption, boost energy or promote weight loss in another way. Moreover, detox teas reduce inflammation and promote skin health, which is a great reason to make detox teas your healthy drinks staples.
Reach for tea instead of sugar-loaded drinks like sodas and you will not only cut your calorie intake, which is essential for weight loss, but also boost your metabolism. This will allow you to burn more fat.
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Eating a small amount of watermelon seeds can give you the chance to enjoy many different nutrients and health benefits.
Like many other seeds, watermelon seeds are packed full of healthy fats. These fats can decrease your appetite, help you feel full, and strengthen your hair, skin, and nails.
Watermelon seeds are rich in zinc and magnesium, two essential minerals that the vast majority of Americans do not get enough of. Zinc and magnesium can help boost your metabolism, give you more energy, and prevent depression. These minerals also support mental clarity.
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Fruit-infused water is a great alternative to plain water. It is still calorie free but rich in flavor. Moreover, you can try different flavors and their combinations. Fruit-infused water is an ideal diet drink. It provides hydration without unwanted calories.
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Almost everyone enjoys a hot drink every now and again, but did you know that regular consumption of coffee and tea will actually improve your health significantly?
The average tea drinker consumes about 10 gallons of tea per year. Meanwhile, coffee drinkers drink 70 gallons; that’s enough coffee to fill a bathtub!
Coffee has been scientifically proven to help ease asthma attacks, lessen chances of liver cancer and aid weight loss in various ways, as well as keeping your brain young and active.
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Smoothies are an easy way to nourish your body with vitamins, minerals, fiber and protein that are otherwise hard to eat in large quantities– Can you imagine trying to eat a large handful of kale, a raw carrot, half a cucumber and a tbsp of flaxseed in one sitting without the convenience of a smoothie? I don’t think so.
From detox to anti bloat.
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Thicker, thinner…. We’re mega fans of banana “nice” cream, so keep thing these smoothies thick feels almost as luxurious as soft-serve ice cream when we serve it for snack. If I’m sipping this in the morning, I usually make it a bit thinner by adding more almond milk to the blender. It’s totally your preference! You can even add some ice for a frosty texture
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A creamy Iced Matcha Latte, lightly sweetened, with a subtle hint of vanilla. This healthier version uses vanilla almond milk, but feel free to use the milk of your choice. A make-ahead option allows you to have this latte ready whenever you want it!
This smoothie is made with raw beets, fresh or frozen strawberries and blueberries, a frozen banana, and almond milk (or plant-milk of choice). I also threw in a tablespoon of hemp seeds to add a small kick of protein and creaminess, but you can omit them without affecting the overall flavor. If you don’t have a high-powered blender, I recommend grating the beet before blending because it takes a bit of power to cut through it.
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