Ginger Tea and Its Benefits

Ginger Tea for Digestion

Ginger Tea and Its Benefits

Ginger tea is one of those drinks that have numerous benefits. Ancient populations often drank this tea for different problems, and it has also been used as a part of some Eastern medicinal practices. Unlike other teas, ginger can be consumed fresh. It does not require any drying in order to be used in a tea. The root of the ginger can be chopped and used for making of the tea. Just slice it and let it stay for about ten minutes. In essence, ginger tea is a fresh ginger root put in boiled water which creates the tea.

Ginger tea is known as a good weight loss tea. It can help you shed a few pounds in short amount of time. Ginger does not contain caffeine and it is a very hydrating tea. By hydrating your body it serves as a slimming tea, and you will not feel hungry at all. If the ginger tea taste is too basic for your taste, you can add a little bit of lemon juice to enhance the flavor.

Ginger tea is a common part of many diets today in many different cultures. This is because it is believed that the ginger tea is a perfect natural product that helps in better digestion. Besides being a weight loss tea, ginger tea is also helpful in improving blood circulation, fighting different inflammations, it improves the brain health and it regulates the appetite. Those people that have a bad digestive system or a slow metabolism, ginger tea can help by absorbing the healthy nutrients in the body. It also helps in balancing the acid levels in the stomach. By regulating the stomach enzymes and keeping control of digestion, ginger tea works great as a slimming tea.

For the same reasons ginger tea is considered a good weight loss tea. By balancing the hormones and enzymes, you will feel less hungry and often full. By having good insulin levels, sharper brain and healthier gut, you will be able to easily control cravings for food and you will be less likely to overeat. Lots of people have problems with nutrient deficiency, although they eat healthy. This happens due to the problems with the digestive tract that does not absorb nutrients properly. That is where ginger tea comes into place. It boosts the production of good bacteria, which are very important for utilizing minerals and different vitamins from the food you consume. When you are on a diet and consume less food, it becomes crucially important for your organism to properly utilize the nutrients you are consuming.

If you have not found any success with other diet methods, or you want to try something natural and efficient – ginger tea is the right answer. It is a perfectly natural product that can help your organism in many different ways. It is not just a simple slimming tea, but it is also a product that comes with many other health benefits as well. Results cannot come overnight, but with consistency and discipline you will be able to achieve the desired results in short period of time.

You can view all our weight loss tea’s on our site, we have formulated 3 unique blends that are only produced by Natures Slim Tea. Our web site address is www.natures-slimtea.com.au

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What is Stevia

What is Stevia

Stevia with Oolong Tea

Stevia: The Natural Substitute for Sugar

Stevia is a unique sweetener or substitute for sugar, that is extracted from leaves of a I plant known as stevia rebaudiana. Steivol glycosides, which are the basic active compounds found in stevia, have very insignificant effect on our blood glucose and thus hugely popular among people on health diets. They invariably use stevia as the ingredient in place of sugar to make weight loss tea.

Though stevia has been used as a sweetener for many decades in Japan, it was banned in the US in the early nineties. However, after more detailed investigations it was proved to be carcinogenic free and it was approved for use as an additive in 2008. Since 2011, it is widely used in the European Union as well

Origin

The plant stevia rebuadiana is widely found in Brazil and Paraguay. Here, the natives have been using it leaves as food sweeteners for over a hundred years. The substance is so popular for its properties that it is also used in treatment of burns, stomach ailments and at times even in contraception! The plant derives its name from the famous Spanish botanist, Pedro Jaime Esteve who lived in the sixteenth century.

Does stevia really work?

Stevia is said to be sweeter than normal sugar by over 200 times. Researchers have said that this sweetener does not carry calories and has no side effects. In fact, studies suggest that stevia may actually have additional health benefits than known. Catherine Ulbricht, a senior pharmacist in Boston has gone on record as saying that stevia may be used in treating hypertension. Studies also suggest that it could be used to treat patients suffering from diabetes. Further research is in progress.

Studies have also shown that usage of artificial and low calorie sugar replacements may not actually result in weight loss. A study conducted on rats in 2004 showed that they actually overate probably due to a disparity amongst the apparent sweetness and likely calories from sugar.

However, there has been no conclusive sign that stevia affects change in one’s eating habits. A later study has shown that people did not consume more food, when made with stevia in place of sugar and in fact their blood sugar levels were lower.

 

The Safety Factor

There have been some health worries around the stevia plant. It might lead to lower blood pressure and this may be a cause for worry to those consuming medication for blood pressure.

Catherine Ulbricht, the pharmacist, has advised caution while using medicines that could lower blood sugar. She further said that people using oral drugs for diabetes need to be closely monitored by healthcare professionals.

The US FDA has permitted the use of an isolated biochemical from the plant as a food additive and not leaves or other crude extracts from the plant.

The use of stevia has thus gained in popularity and continues in the preparation of weight loss tea and oolong tea. Consumers of these teas have not shown any negative signs even after using these for decades now.

We have 3 quality weight loss tea formulations to choose from please go to our site to select what sliming tea best suits you www.natures-slimtea.com.au

Pu-erh Weight Loss Tea

Pu-erh Weight Loss Tea

Oolong weight loss tea
Tea is one nutritional beverage that contains virtually no calories unless sugar and/or milk are added. It is also the most consumed beverage on a par with water and can therefore easily be used as a substitute to other more fattening drinks.

Although originating from China, the plant from which most Chinese teas are made from is now being cultivated in over 30 countries with the major producers being Japan, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Indonesia, and India.

While there are four major types of teas namely the white, green, Oolong, and black tea, they are all however derived from the same Camellia sinensis plant

However, the term “green tea” has been used to synonymously refer to virtually all Chinese teas despite their varied classification notwithstanding that they originate from the same plant source. So why it is common for most people to refer to most weight loss tea as simply being green tea, it is however important to understand that their different classifications have a lot to say about the actual nature and properties of each of these teas.

The differences between these four tea types can be said to be a function of their different processing procedures which mostly has to do with the length of time the tea leaves are allowed to “ferment” or “oxidize”. This is so because despite the fact that the basic processing concepts remain the same globally, the way of handling and processing the buds and leaves of the plant after harvesting varies from country to country.

White

This can be said to be most delicately and least processed tea in the world. It is made from leaves that are picked before they are fully open, when the buds are still covered with fine, white hairs which give it the white look.

It is essentially made from young leaves that are not fermented at all as they are simply harvested, cleaned, dried and packaged. It does not have the grassy taste of green tea but has a rather mild flavor and natural sweetness.