Is detox a real thing?
Detox is a word that has unfortunately come to be used rather loosely. It gets misused in so many different ways and people think that any kind of diet needs a detox without actually understanding what the procedure entails. A liquid diet, an all-veggie diet, an only soup diet are all various forms of trendy detox regimes. But are our bodies really meant to thrive on liquids only? Is this really helpful? A lot of research has shown that skipping food completely is not the best way to go healthy. It does break your unhealthy routine and could be a good start but a real detox doesn't mean avoiding food.
A real detox means eating right, consuming the food that will help eliminate the toxins from our body. So, instead of going without eating, a great way to detoxify one's body would be by choosing the best ingredients, condiments, and drinks that not only help one relax but also energize us and revitalize our moods.
There are various drinks we can incorporate into our daily routine that offer a detoxifying effect and can boost our wellness routines. In particular, there is a beverage that people consume in large quantities a day but give little thought to. Of course, we're talking about tea! Green tea, especially, is packed with nutrients and antioxidants that naturally support our body's detoxification process. And when you're going the extra mile, it's advisable to choose matcha and not just any green tea. One cup of matcha is equal to ten cups of regular green tea - just think how much more nutrients, antioxidants, and detoxification support your body receives by drinking several cups of matcha per day. Matcha especially gives a metabolic boost and keeps us hydrated.
Drinking several cups each day is an easy way to gently assist our system in detoxifying and promoting weight loss benefits. People generally follow a detox routine for a day or a couple of days at most. But, consuming matcha on a regular basis is recommended as it would allow your body proper time to cleanse and eliminate toxins and naturally suppress an over-stimulated diet. Detox is easy. It's not about going on a detox; it's about making it a part of your everyday. Don't skip meals. Just skip the unhealthy bits and add matcha to your diet. Going hungry is not detoxifying. Eating or drinking right is.
This is what we call a Teatox!
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