Yogi Detox Tea is the top-selling tea in the natural industry, and contains a unique blend of different herbs and plant extracts. This tea claims to assist the body’s natural detoxification process in eliminating waste and promoting healthy, natural weight loss. While ingredients such as ginger root and sasparilla are commonly used in weight loss formulas, research shows that one would need to consume significant amounts of each of these extract to see even modest weight loss.
Holy Thistle. Holy thistle is known to detoxify the liver, treat hormone balance, and help with arthritis. This ingredient has been used in traditional medicine for over 2000 years to treat a wide array of medical issues. The detoxifying claims are made since Holy thistle contains Silymarin, which is a flavonoid that is known to help protect the liver.
Another way you can consume the tea is to drink it regularly 20-30 minutes before two of your meals per day to begin the stretching of your stomachs receptors. This sends a signal to your brain that food is present in your stomach, and the soluble fiber then enters your digestive tract 20 minutes after consuming. This can then allow your body to release hormone signals to the hypothalamus, which will help your body create the “full factor” response to your brain when eating your meal. This results in you feeling fuller while eating less during your meal and prevents overeating or snacking afterward.
I tried the Lipton detox dandelion nettle grapefruit herbal supplement green tea recently after having a cold for an easy morning pick me up. It was an interesting flavor that I somewhat enjoyed. The grapefruit flavor is the strongest in the tea and I usually don't like fruit flavored tea, but this wasn't bad. I like that it didn't make me feel jittery or upset my stomach (like coffee sometimes does, especially if I haven't eaten much yet). For me, this would be a better tea to drink before yoga. Tastes nice with honey. I like to rub the leftover herbs in the bags over my face for an easy "spa treatment" once they've cooled a little before tossing out or using in my gardening compost. Worth trying.
Josh holds a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition Science. He's a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He's worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at the high school and college level. He has over 10 years experience as a personal trainer and nutrition coach. He is also the author of The Flat Belly Formula. He hopes to be able to bring inspiration & results to people all over the world to live a healthier life through diet & exercise.
Let me just start by saying this was the best choice I have made when trying to buy a product that lives up to the hype. The taste is super tasty no sugar needed. This really detoxed my system entirely, mind you normally I drink a lot of water during the day which is required in order to get better results. I also eat clean, which helps with trying to lose the pounds after I have given birth. I was stuck at a weight of 152 and even after I work out 4-5 times a week, I was getting no where. After drinking this tea for about a week I noticed this changed my hormone levels and removed the toxins in my system, thus helped getting me out of the plateau I was in and lost 3.5 pounds. I was stoked!! I knew it was because of this tea! I have my cup of tea in the morning after my workouts and drink water. Then I reuse the same tea bag and drink it before I go to bed. I rarely give reviews if ever. But thought this was worth one. Hope this helps anyone who is thinking of buying it.
I was hoping for a gentle detox to help me feel lighter and less bloated, but this didn't work out for me as it seems to have for others. Could be that I wasn't as bloated as I thought? I only needed to lose a few pounds, maybe this is better for someone who really needs the help? There was a coupon in the bag for a free bag in exchange for a review, which always makes me a bit skeptical of a lot of glowing reviews, maybe this was one of those situations.
Herbal teas have been an everyday staple around the world for many years now and have been used for its many health benefits. More recently, hemp tea has begun to show up in more health stores and local grocery stores for individual consumption. Hemp tea actually has a long history originating in Asia in which it is created from dried flowers and the leaves of the hemp plant. When harvested at the plants maturest, the cannabinoid content is at its richest, which is used in hemp teas.