It seems like every new year, people are chattering about getting back into healthy eating habits. I’m no exception. A holiday season of overindulging was followed by a girl’s trip that involved some of the best food I’ve had in a long time. But I need to get back on track.
For me, I find that eating well begets less cravings for crappy foods. On the converse, when I’ve been eating poorly, I tend to crave sugar and carbs until I get things under control again. It’s a frustrating dance, because when I slip off the wagon, I really lack the motivation to get back on. I often find myself needing to do a little detox to get my cravings under control, and to jump-start my palette for wanting healthy foods.
I’m using two of their teas: Morning Lyfe Tea each morning and a cup of our Detox Lyfe Tea every evening. The Detox Lyfe Tea is a cleanse tea that cleans out your entire digestive tract removing unwanted toxins that may be preventing you from losing weight, making you bloated, or preventing you from absorbing all of the nutrients from the food you eat.
Lyfe Tea products are full of superfood ingredients including Moringa Oleifera, nature’s “miracle tree.” Moringa is packed with 90+ verifiable vitamins, minerals, proteins, antioxidant and omega oils. While modern science is just beginning to recognize its many health advantages, people have been harnessing its benefits for thousands of years all over the world. Some of the purported benefits of Moringa:
- Nourishes the immune system
- Promotes healthy circulation
- Supports normal glucose levels
- Provides natural anti-aging benefits
- Provides anti-inflammatory support
- Encourages healthy digestion
- Heightens mental clarity
- Boosts energy
- Encourages balanced metabolism
- Promotes softer skin
In addition to the tea, I’m also returning to a whole foods diet free of sugars and gluten. I feel better already, and I know the tea is helping keep my energy up and my body processing out the toxins.
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