Have the holidays got you down?
The holiday is over and we have welcomed a brand new year, but are you finding it hard to bend over? Did you indulge a bit too much with the festive food and drink? Are you feeling a bit lethargic and have no intention of a New Year resolution? Well, join the millions of people who feel exactly like you.
Do you have little interest in your body?
The winter months are a time when most people hibernate. They become sleepier due to the shorter days and colder weather. Their diets are very unhealthy due to the fact that over the holiday season, they ate junk food and drank way too much sugary beverages, the end result is extra weight. You often wonder if there is a “quick fix” in reducing the belly fat, relieving the bloating feeling and getting back to your normal weight. Never fear, tea is here!
How can tea help my holiday weight hang-over?
Tea has been used for centuries and was initially used by the Singhpho tribes to help with coughs and colds. It was used in their cuisines with fresh tea leaves and garlic. It was to help to prolong one’s life as well.
It is an “old” adage that science researchers have concluded with their evidence that tea is very effective for maintaining body weight and also helps in removing “belly fat“.
There is almost no risk of drinking tea.
Medical research has concluded drinking tea, especially green tea can speed up body metabolism and burn fat. Nutritionists agree that green tea is great to add to a healthy diet and assists in a lifestyle change.
The amount of caffeine in green tea is very limited and it does not give the “jitters”. It is pleasant and cleanses your palate. Tea is the most consumed item next to water. It stimulates the body and mind and is safe for almost the entire population. Tea can be consumed anywhere, at any time. If you are wanting to control your body weight, end the belly fat, and prolong your life, then green tea such as Organic Flowery Jasmine Green Tea or a cuppa Organic Honey and Cream Black tea will be the perfect way to start and incorporate in your New Years Resolution. And it tastes good to boot!