Shortcuts are usually great and most people have heard about teas that are often called “Flat tummy tea”.
Like most other types of tea detoxes it offers a solution for people who want to achieve a flat tummy.
Research shows that the main target group for products like this is – surprise, surprise – women who fall within the age group of 20-30 year old females. Companies use a chic language that this age group would best identify with. Many of those companies gets tons of likes on Facebook and Instagram it seems that their message is resonating well.
Why The Hype About Flat Tummy Teas?
Flat tummy teas are usually herbal teas preferably made from 100% natural products. They are designed to help users detox their bodies by working on the toxins that have built up in the digestive system for years.
When the intestinal track is cleared of the toxin build up, chances of water retention are eliminated. Companies state that these two, toxins and water weight are the two biggest causes of bloated tummies.
Those teas can also help improve the metabolism system in the body. When the system of the body is working well, it can improve digestion and remove buildup of toxins.
Ok, But How Do Those Teas Work?
The teas come in all kinds of sizes, shapes and price classes.
The goal is to improve metabolism in the body, giving it an extra energy boost and ease of digestion. Most products are expected to start working in a few days from when one starts using it. Follow the directions!
Common ingredients in those teas are Peppermint, Lemon Balm, Liquorice, Dandelion, Cleavers, Fennel, Green Tea, Caraway, and Cardamom.
Adding lemon or honey can make it taste better if you are not happy with the original taste. .
You want to detoxify the intestinal track. This in turn reduces water weight in the body, flattening the tummy in the process.
Many companies state that the product can flatten the tummy without workouts. However, if you are serious about weight loss (and to make the process faster) it is a good idea to follow those recommendations.
– Reducing the Intake of Veggies – These include cabbage, broccoli, Brussel sprout, and cauliflower. Since these foods have starches and sugars, they are thought to cause gas or bloating.
– Engaging in Workout – When one sweats during workouts, the body sheds salt that often encourages water retention in the body.
– Take Food With Fiber – Fiber plays the role of helping to flash out any unwanted build-ups in the intestines.
Other tips include eating in smaller portions, keeping drinking to a minimum, tracking performance by taking personal photos, and even resting during weekends.
While there is no promise of instant results with those products, many manufacturers assure users that it does offer considerable ‘proof’ that it works. But are these proofs truthworthy? Can a tea really help you shed belly fat?
Most likely it won’t hurt to simply try and find out. As always – things that work for others might not work for you and vice versa.