What Is A Slimming Tea?
Some teas could help you lose weight, burn more calories by removing the toxins in your body that can prevent weight loss. Green Teas and Rooibos (Red bush) are good for detoxing your body so some people would classify them as a slimming tea.
However no matter how amazing and delightful tea is, it isn’t a magic potion. That’s why we’ve worked with qualified nutritionists to create a flexible eating plan that work in harmony with your tea in removing those nasty toxins.
Why Use A Slimming Tea
Drinking a slimming tea or going on a teatox is not like a fad diet, the only strict and regiment part of the teatox is drinking the actual tea. And when the tea tastes amazing then you’re on to a winner!
If you’re looking for more information on what is a teatox then we have previously written a post with loads more detail, so go check it out.
Where Can I Get Slimming Tea
You can try our 14 day teatox which includes our free flexible healthy eating plan. The teatox is designed to help you remove toxins from your body so that you can burn more fat and calories if you eat healthily.
Just drink one cup of our amazing green tea blend infused with Strawberries and Papaya each day and use our easy to follow flexible eating plan. The eating plan has loads of easy and quick to prepare meals that will help you look and feel great.
If you are looking for more information on the benefits of a slimming tea we recommend you take a look at the authority nutrition website and their article called 10 Proven Benefits of Green Tea.
How Do I Brew Your Slimming Tea?
To make life easier we have prepared our green tea in pyramid bags so all you need is water and a kettle! No tea strainer required.
Rooibos Tea – You May Know It As Redbush Tea
Rooibos loosely translates to Red Bush in Afrikaans, a tea that you may have tried already. The plant is grown on the planes of South Africa the leaves are known locally as rooibos (pronounced “roy-boss”) and it is made from the leaves of the rooibos plant, who’s botanical name is Aspalathus linearis.
The leaves of the plant are actually green, it is just when the leaves are dried in preparation for brewing the turn a dark red colour.
A rooibos or red bush tea will be low in caffeine and high in levels of antioxidants making it a great tea for a detox. You may have heard that herbal teas like rooibos produce a laxative side effect, but this simply isn’t true. There are no known side effects of a rooibos tea and it is in fact a very healthy drink.
Depending on the blend you would normally drink a cup of rooibos tea like you would any normal black tea, adding milk or sugar to taste. You could also try adding some lemon or honey if you’re feeling a bit adventurous.
Rooibos Tea for A Detox?
We love red bush tea, and drink it regularly however our blend of green tea is much more effective for a detox or teatox. If you like the red bush flavour and would like to have a healthy cup of tea then the rooibos is an excellent choice. If you would like a thorough cleanse of your digestive system that also removes toxins from your body helping you lose weight, get clearer skin and feel great then try our 14 Day Teatox.
Our green tea comes in handy pyramid bags, that makes the brewing process much easier and our premium green tea is infused with real strawberries and papaya for a refreshing taste.
Health Benefits of Rooibos tea
Don’t just take our word for it, many others will agree that rooibos tea is a extremely healthy drink. The underground health website have written an article called 10 Health Benefits Of Rooibos Tea. They point our that rooibos is naturally caffeine free whilst containing powerful antioxidants and has a high mineral content.