If you have been following along you know that I recently made a commitment to myself that I would focus more on my heath. For too long, I’ve been using the excuse that I don’t have time to exercise and eat as clean as I know that I should. Although I do have some baby weight left to lose, my primary objective is to start feeling better.
I gave up sodas ten years ago and since that time, I’ve been an avid tea drinker. So, when the folks at FitTea asked me if I’d be interested in trying their all-natural detox tea, I jumped at the opportunity.
The product claims to give you energy, boost your metabolism, aid in digestive health and boost fat loss.
I can say that it definitely gave me energy, without the negative side effects I experience when I have more than two cups of coffee. I also had no problems with morning snacking, which is huge for me because I always wake up extremely hungry and am frequently hungry just after breakfast.
I’m not actually sure if I’ve lost weight. The scale is my enemy and I’ve promised myself I would stay away from it for a month so that I don’t derail myself.
About Fit Tea
“Give us a few weeks and we’ll give you a new waistline”
The benefits of the tea:
Boosts immune system
Promotes fat burning
Promotes and soothes digestion
Ingredients: Organic Green Tea, Oolong Wu Yi, Organic Rooibos, Ginger, Pomegranate, Guarana, Birch, Stevia, Corn (non-GMO) and Honey Powder.
The decaf version Ingredients: Holy basil (Tulsi) spearmint, rosehips, lemon myrtle and linden blossoms.
I was concerned about the corn in the product, so I contacted them and was thrilled to learn that no GMO products were used. Honestly, if it had been GMO corn, you wouldn’t be reading this now because there is no way I would share a product that contained GMO’s. I was actually told that all the ingredients were organic, just not labeled as such, presumably because they aren’t certified organic.
I’ve tried many detox teas, and I will say that this is one of the best tasting. I didn’t need to sweeten it and there was no urge to add milk.
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