Greens: Incorporating greens is such an easy way to add extra fiber. You get all the health benefits from the greens without even being able to taste them! I’ve found that spinach works best, however feel free to add kale or greens of choice. Quick tip: It’s best to buy spinach in bulk and then freeze it in zip lock bags. One package from Costco will be enough for TEN smoothies!
CLEAR HEALTHY SKIN IS BEAUTIFUL: the ingredients in our detox tea are some of the best for detoxing your body which helps to clear your sin. It is chocked full of skin regenerating and smoothing herbs that can help you get rid of breakouts, acne and other skin disorders. Your skin is the largest organ in your body, so you can see how cleansing and detoxing can also clear up your skin. Our formula is the best for this.
Want your green smoothie to be extra chilly? Freeze your favorite fruits like ripe bananas (peel first), grapes, pineapple or berries. This is also a great way to not waste ripe fruits (like those brown bananas on your counter). You can also freeze your leafy greens in a freezer-safe bag. Just make sure to add your frozen greens straight to the blender (don’t defrost these fragile lil’ guys).
"When going out for fast food, I used to get the large-size value meal. Now, I satisfy a craving by ordering just one item: a small order of fries or a six-piece box of chicken nuggets. So far, I've shaved off 16 pounds in seven weeks, and I'm on track to being thinner than my high school self for my 10-year reunion later this year." —Miranda Jarrell, Birmingham, AL

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Hi Paula, If you have underlying medical issues, I would strongly discourage you from these types of products and instead seek guidance from a clinical dietitian. I would suggest discussing a healthy eating plan that is along the lines of a Mediterranean style of eating that will help you lose weight in a safe and healthy manner. These types of “detox teas” can make you lose a lot of water and fecal weight since they are potent laxatives and diuretics rolled into one. In short, I’d suggest avoiding these bandaid approaches and look for something that is going to make you healthy inside and out, and help you lose the weight and keep it off long-term. Kind regards, Bill
However, there are some, ahem, issues with these cleanses. First of all, it’s a misconception that the Master Cleanse can "jumpstart your metabolism." Weight loss doesn’t equal a higher metabolism. Though people may lose weight on these cleanses, it’s because they’re ultra-low calorie diets. And that dizzy, high-like feeling you might experience on the Master Cleanse — well, that’s the feeling of starvation. One of the Master Cleanse how-to websites lists potential side effects, including dizziness, nausea, feeling cold, and passing gallstones. They allege that these are all from toxins leaving the body. Nope. These are all symptoms of severe calorie restriction, not "detoxing," not even organic detoxing with lemon and cayenne pepper.
Detoxification is what your body does naturally to neutralize, transform or get rid of unwanted materials or toxins. It is a primary function of the body, constantly working and interacting with all other functions of the body. So when I am talking about detoxification, it is about improving and optimizing the function of your body’s own detoxification systems. This is done by decreasing the amount of toxins we put into our bodies while at the same time supporting our body’s detoxification and elimination systems with the nutrients it needs to function properly.

Well, most of them have a system. You basically buy a kit that can last anywhere between 7 days to 1 month. Some companies have a morning or daytime tea combined with a nighttime tea, while others just want you to drink 1 cup a day. Usually the morning tea claims to help increase your energy levels throughout the day, while the night tea will help cleanse and detoxify your body (AKA help you lose weight).
My boyfriend asked, "Are you just drinking a laxative?" And then it clicked — that had to be exactly what I was drinking. I went searching for the answer: "One of the main ingredients in the tea (according to the website) is 'Senna Leaf,' which is a known stimulant laxative," says Keri Glassman, MS, RD, founder of The Nutritious Life. "The laxative works in the body by prohibiting the absorption of water in the intestine, therefore increasing water volume in your bowel movements."
I should note, using a high powered blender (like a blendtec or ninja) helps blend all the spinach leaves. I’ve seen Blendtec do demos in Costco and have always thought they looked amazing! I did think the price tag was a little high though. However now after using one for a few weeks, I’m sold! This blender is worth every penny! It creates the most smooth and delicious drinks! I was amazed that I couldn’t taste the texture of the spinach in the smoothie. Usually mine gets clumps. This time around my kids had no idea what was in there. ;) I can’t wait to play with it some more.

So maybe it’s time we turn the tables and instead look at fruits and veggies as a delicious way to “cheat” on a healthy weight loss diet. From fire-engine red bell peppers, and buttery-yellow zucchini, to juicy grapes as purple as wine, “eating enough produce seems to be one of the key elements in weight loss and weight maintenance,” says Dave Grotto, RD, LDN, dietitian and author of 101 Foods That Could Save Your Life.
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How about Skinny Coffee? It’s main ingredient is green coffee, which I’ve actually heard works for weight loss. Also, some fat burn teas I’ve seen have lots of spices in them, and doesn’t stuff like cayenne rev up your metabolism? Maybe it’s *just* cayenne that does that. But I hopped there’d be actual herbs you could put in a tea that do act as an appetite surpressant. There is really no such thing? It sounds like it could be possible, just not for every tea out there of course.

Evidence of effectiveness. Pressurized oxygen has long been used in treating people with respiratory distress or chronic lung conditions like emphysema, because their lungs cannot extract enough oxygen from normal air. Since the late 1990s, detox spas and oxygen bars have been marketing a short version of the treatment to healthy people. There is no evidence that healthy lungs need more oxygen than is contained in normal air to supply the body with adequate oxygen. (The FDA has warned that it is illegal to administer oxygen from a tank without a prescription, but most states have failed to enforce the ruling, enabling oxygen bars to thrive.)
The marketing for these teas are simple and brilliant! I mean, get a hot girl, have her hold your product, and claim that she uses it to look like that and people will start to wonder. Get HUNDREDS of hot girls and models to do it and suddenly people will believe. And finally, get celebrities to endorse it? Well, then there’s no holding me back…TAKE MY MONEY!!! JUST TAKE IT NOW!!!!

The Master Cleanse alleges to "purify the glands and cells" and "relieve pressure and irritation in the nerves." And of course, it will make you lose weight by revving your metabolism and detoxing you. Originally propositioned by a naturopath who thought that all disease was caused by toxic build-up that could be only be healed via detoxing, it’s remained popular for decades. It’s common to mix the vile concoction of lemon water, maple syrup, and cayenne pepper at home, but it’s become such a well-known cleanse that some brands offers a pre-bottled version of it (for $6.99, naturally).
What is weight loss tea? Thanks to an explosion of social media advertising, weight loss teas have seen an unprecedented spike in sales, with their entrepreneurial inventors raking in the cash by implementing successful methods of reaching consumers via celebrity endorsements. "Celebrity-powered endorsements on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and other platforms have catapulted these herbal teas to worldwide audiences. What manufacturers fail to convey in their shinily positive social media posts is that many of the teas—and the associated weight loss—come from drinking senna, a natural laxative," Broadly noted.

Once every two years I do a gallbladder cleans/detox. People call me crazy but the true crazy is what I pass, large and small light green stones. If you have gallbladder issues or a bad gallbladder runs in your family, try this 2 day detox that worked for me and others in my family. The details: For two days drink nothing but a gallon or two, depending on your size and hunger needs, of organic apple juice. On the second night drink a 1/2 cup of organic olive oil mixed with 1/4 cup of lemon juice. On the 3rd or 4th day you will pass every gal stone in your body! At 19 I passed over 20 stones! Note this can cause discomfort (stomach ack, maybe sleeplessness for the 2nd night), your body is working to rid itself of these harmful stones. The juice softens the stones and the oil helps lube and pass them. Not selling anything just informing. Don’t be far from a bathroom on day 3 and 4, the need to go will hit you quickly!


A "green smoothie" typically consists of 40–50% green vegetables, usually raw green leafy vegetables, such as spinach, kale, swiss chard, collard greens, celery, parsley, or broccoli, with the remaining ingredients being mostly or entirely fruit.[6][7][8] Most green leafy vegetables have a bitter flavor when served raw, but this can be ameliorated by choosing certain less-bitter vegetables or combining with certain fruit (e.g. banana softens both the flavor and texture).[9] Some blender manufacturers now specifically target their products towards making green smoothies and provide a booklet of recipes for them.[10]
Gans believes that one of the reasons detoxes and cleanses may have gained so much traction is they do help people feel better initially, particularly if they were eating a diet rich in processed or packaged foods to begin with. “More energy is one of the big claims these diets make,” she says, “and if you’ve been eating a traditional Westernized diet, one with lots of sugar and processed food, then cutting all that out will make you feel less lethargic — at first.” But after two or three days, she says, surviving on so few calories and little to no protein or healthy fat takes a toll, and people complain of fatigue.
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