Apparently there is a tea that a person can drink just twice per day that has helped tens of thousands of people to cleanse their body of toxins. This is one of the highest selling detox teas on the market today. The company claims the tea is the “best weight loss tea for seeing maximum results”. It has been stated by the company that the product can cause someone to lose up to five pounds in just five days.
Of course everybody WANTS what this company promises:
The ideal result: a leaner, cleaner body
- It works to lose around five pounds in five days
- It helps to detoxify your body and give feelings of relaxation
- It gives improved health and improved mood
- The tea assists in relieving allergies and hay fever
- It benefits to trigger digestive system and assists in enhancing fat reduction
Potential side effects of this tea are similar to those of many detox based products and it is not unusual for the body to take some time to adjust to the detoxification process.
Some common side effects of this tea and detox products include:
- Frequent urination
- Increased thirst
- Tar-colored stools
- Foul smelling stools
- Mild upset stomack
While detox teas are not a permanent lifestyle change, they can be used to kick start a healthy diet and/or to quickly drop weight. Detox-based products function to help lose water weight inside the body and cause recurrent urination. This can cause a slight weight loss … and if a person is dieting and regularly exercising then they may see results.
Reading the ingredients shows that some of the herbs work as a rapid laxative which will empty your upper and lower intestines.
Let that sink in a moment…
A RAPID LAXATIVE
Of course a person will lose weight if they drink a laxative tea every day!
Cathartic Herbs act as laxatives and have the potential to leave a person dangerously dehydrated. They also carry the potential for abuse and misuse.
Even though many people have experienced positive results/weight loss with this product, research shows that good results are generally achieved only by users who have combined the tea with “good diet and regular exercise”.
Let’s think about that a moment…
Persons who included a “good diet and regular exercise” with their use of this “miracle tea” are the majority of those who experiences good results.
Am I the only one that sees the obvious?
I would bet money that those who incorporated healthy diet and regular exercise would have experienced the SAME positive results whether they used the tea or not.