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Sip Up to Slim Down: 5 Ways Tea Will Help With the Bloat

by Jordan Taffet April 19, 2016

Sip Up to Slim Down: 5 Ways Tea Will Help With the Bloat

1. Speed up the Digestion Process

Make sure you're getting a bang for your buck and invest in a tea that will do wonders for your digestive tract. Our Beauty Sleep Tea is FANTASTIC for digestion as it has Dandelion Root and Garcinia Cambogia to aid in the flushing of excess fluids and to help suppress appetite. Specifically, Garcinia Cambogia contains a compound known as Hydorxycitric Acid, or HCA. HCA speeds up your metabolism, making the digestive system work faster as well. This means that more of those stubborn fat cells will have finally met their match....you in? 

2. Green Tea is Key

Pick a tea that incorporates Green Tea Extract in order to reap the benefits of polyphenols. Polyphenols help to counter excess triglycerides as they activate a certain enzyme in the body that dissolves excess triglyceride. Bundle up with our Ultimate Beauty Body Formula and Beauty Sleep Tea to get 2X the green tea extract (without the caffeine jitters), your waistline will thank you. 

3. Rooibos Reduces Inflammation 

Rooibos is an imperative ingredient for your tea in order to keep your tummy happy and calm. When your stomach is upset, it will likely be inflamed, causing you to feel bloated. Pick a tea with rooibos to soothe your stomach with quercetin. Quercetin will reduce your bloat, leaving you feeling slimmer and ready to take on the day!

4. Balance 

Potassium is an important ingredient to keep the body balanced in terms of blood pressure, brain function, and fluid balance. A lack of potassium can make the body retain excess, unnecessary water that contributes to bloat. Choose a tea with potassium to keep fluid levels balanced and to promote homeostasis within the body.

5. Taste DOES Matter

Choose a tea that tastes good. There is nothing worse than having to force yourself to drink your daily tea. If you don't enjoy drinking a certain kind of tea, you're simply not going to drink it. Find a tea that benefits you and also tastes like dessert. We've got you covered. 





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