See the best Best tea for intermittent fasting…
What can I drink during intermittent fasting? (other than ACV, mineral water, bone broth & coffee)
Herbs for natural remedies can come in a wide range of tastes and flavors and make a tempting alternative to sugary beverages or water.
Best tea for intermittent fasting
1. Sencha Green Tea – rich in polyphenols, which are natural compounds that have health benefits, such as reducing inflammation and helping to fight cancer. Green tea contains a catechin called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG). Catechins are natural antioxidants that help prevent cell damage and provide other benefits.
Several studies have pointed to green tea as a potentially effective method of controlling diabetes, and even improving insulin sensitivity.
Other benefits; improved brain function, boost metabolic rate and increase fat burning.
2. Chamomile tea is most commonly known for its calming effects and is frequently used as a sleep aid. It may also help relieve premenstrual symptoms and high blood lipid, blood sugar and insulin levels.
3. Ginger tea is best known as a remedy for nausea, and studies have repeatedly found it to be effective for this use.
Ginger is high in gingerol, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
4. Nettle tea – anti-inflammatory properties that may help to regulate digestion and reduce instances of constipation and diarrhea.
5. Rosemary can soothe heartburn and ease intestinal gas and bloating.
6. Fennel – can relax your muscles — including your digestive muscles, aid in upset stomach, flatulence, or diarrhea.
7. Dandelion- It has historically been used to improve appetite, soothe minor digestive ailments, and possibly relieve constipation.
Tea with mixture of ginger, nettle, rosemary, dandelion, & fennel helps my patient with digestive issues such as reflux, gastritis, and IBS.
8. peppermint tea: Can I drink peppermint tea while intermittent fasting…of course yes…peppermint tea dies not break fast during intermittent fasting…it us also good for weight loss, belly fat reduction and improves body metabolism.
Other teas that are perfect for intermittent fasting include: hibiscus tea, chai tea, qenda, sleepytime tea, lavender tea, ginger tea, pomegranate green tea, licorice, and herbal tea etc.
And one other thing…..
A weight loss enthusiast, Sophies Samrow shares in Facebook, how she combines different teas during her intermittent fasting….
I think youay benefit from her experience.
Let me share one of the most important aspects for maintaining good health relies in taking care of your digestive health.
We’ve got this 💪🏽💪🏽
I just wanted to share with everyone
That I will be drinking mainly WATER, a bit of GREEN TEA and a bit of GINGER – TURMERIC tea during my intermittent fasting(IF).
I will have a table spoon of Bentonite clay + and one table spoon of Psyllium Husk daily (first thing in the morning)
I heard hibiscus tea is also really good for fasting (I might try and get some tomorrow ☺️)
– helps to improve digestion and metabolism
– anti-inflammatory components
– turmeric has been found to help liver detoxification
– It’s very good for our digestion and it helps stimulate our gut motility
– It can help soothe an upset or irritable stomach. It also has a great, strong flavor that aids in calming your mood and emotions.
WHY Bentonite clay
– It provides minerals to the body, even while it helps to repair the gut and detoxify the system.
– Bentonite clay cleanses the body of toxins and gives energy to cells.
– Anti-radiation and cleansing from plastics
WHY Psyllium husk?
– It allows your digestive system to improve during your fast.
– Your bowel movements become more regular as the Psyllium cleans out your colon.
– It boosts the effects of your fast because you can burn more fat, limit hunger tendencies, and increase your energy and activity.
I thought I’d share that with all of you beautiful souls ❤️