Ginger is a natural pain reliever and adding it to your water can give you wonderful detox properties. For this recipe, you need about 12 ounces of water at room temperature as well as the juice of ½ a lemon and ½ inch knob of fresh ginger root. Just add your lemon juice to the water and then grate the ginger into it using a zester or cheese grater. This is a great drink for first thing in the morning. Not only will it help to relieve pain all day, it will cleanse toxins from your body throughout the day and the lemon juice helps to release those nasty toxins so they’ll flush out better.

Every tea has its own special weight-loss powers, but if your boat is sinking and you can only grab one package of tea before swimming to the deserted island, make it green tea. Green tea—a core component of The 7-Day Flat-Belly Tea Cleanse—is the bandit that picks the lock on your fat cells and drains them away, even when we’re not making the smartest dietary choices. Chinese researchers found that green tea significantly lowers triglyceride concentrations (potentially dangerous fat found in the blood) and belly fat in subjects who eat fatty diets.

So don’t do that. The Zero Belly Cleanse, from my book Zero Belly Diet, provides fast weight loss while avoiding the yo-yo pitfall. First, it reduces your calorie intake slightly, without radically altering the way you eat. There’s no sudden, dramatic food restriction, just a smart 7-day dining plan. Second, it incorporates short bouts of mild exercise to up your metabolic burn, without forcing you into intense, hard-to-stick-to workouts. And third, it keeps your body fueled with clean, powerful, high-nutrient foods that will boost your health while targeting unhealthy belly fat.
It must be the red tea potion she was given. It took a lot of persuasion, but she eventually was able to write down the Shaman’s recipe. Liz continued drinking this pleasant tasting red tea concoction and saw that she was losing fat so quick, and was simply amazed and delighted. There was no doubt in her mind that she must put this Red Tea Detox into book form for others to share. After all, the key to not only losing weight, but to gaining wellness is to detox the body. Toxins are naturally produced in the human body as a result of oxidation by Free-Radicals. This is besides the toxins absorbed from the world around us. This new Red Tea Detox is not only capable of cleansing the body, but also speeding up the metabolism without that jittery feeling, while suppressing those hunger cravings that are part of all those other diets.

So, hold those expensive meal plans and tough workouts for a while and try this natural home remedy to remove toxins from the body and get rid of abdominal fat quickly. You’ve probably heard many times that drinking lemon ginger gives you many health benefits, such as curing nausea, indigestion, and the common cold. And if you’re trying to slim down or maintain a healthy weight, you can drink your way to a healthy weight loss. Read - Weekend weight loss tips: Deepika Padukone’s diet and workout secrets revealed- how actress stays slim and fit
Before you head out to dinner, pour yourself a cup of green tea. The active ingredient in green tea, EGCG, boosts levels of cholecystokinin, or CCK, a hunger-quelling hormone. In a Swedish study that looked at green tea’s effect on hunger, researchers divided up participants into two groups: One group sipped water with their meal and the other group drank green tea. Not only did tea-sippers report less of a desire to eat their favorite foods (even two hours after sipping the brew), they found those foods to be less satisfying.
1. Alcohol Belly: Nothing can be more soothing than a nice gold alcoholic beverage on a hot summer day. But when one beer turns into another and another, and this becomes a daily routine for you, you’re not doing any favors to your waistline. Psychology Today explains that at 7 calories per gram, alcohol contains nearly twice as much as that, as well as four carbohydrates per gram. The problem here is that the body stores carbohydrates and fat as glycogen (another form of sugar) in the liver and muscle. They add that the body cannot store alcohol, unfortunately, so when consumed, it must be burnt immediately.
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Obtained from the flowers of M chamomilla, chamomile tea is loaded with antioxidants and beneficial nutrients, including anti-obesity properties. The tea has anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, sleep-inducing, and anti-anxiety properties. Hence, drinking this herbal tea can help promote sleep, relieve anxiety and depression, which can cause overeating and result in weight gain.
Yoga and breathing exercises can also be helpful. (Try this gentle yoga routine for weight loss.) "When you breathe deeply, you use your diaphragm. With yoga and breathing, you really work with your ab muscles, and then they'll strengthen and come back together over time," says Murphy. If all else fails, you may need an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) to repair the rift.

A few years back, the authors of Eat This, Not That! commissioned ChromaDex laboratories to analyze 14 different bottled green teas for their levels of disease-fighting catechins. While Honest Tea Honey Green Tea topped the charts with an impressive 215 milligrams of total catechins, some products weren’t even in the game. For instance, Republic of Tea Pomegranate Green Tea had only 8 milligrams, and Ito En Teas’ Tea Lemongrass Green had just 28 milligrams, despite implying on its label that the product is packed with antioxidants.
Elisha is a clinical nutritionist who specialises in nutrition for weight loss, insulin resistance, digestive and mental health. Elisha has a huge amount of experience in complimentary health, particularly in helping to work through food related issues such as diabetes and obesity, and provide assistance to combat emotional eating. She has been part of the Healthy Mummy team of experts since 2012, writing informative blog posts, contributing to our recipe books and the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge recipes. Elisha loves working for The Healthy Mummy because “I love creating family friendly recipes, knowing that women all around the country are losing weight and gaining more confidence and changing their lives for the better.”
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