PLUS, overuse of sugar can lead to problems with an overgrowth of yeast in your body, and when that happens look out because it becomes NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE to lose weight until you get the yeast under control. (Trust me, an overgrowth of yeast in your body is NOT FUN and the subsequent diet can be very restrictive.) Really take a look at your diet -- where might you be adding unnecessary sugars into your daily or weekly menu?
You don’t need to make the switch overnight, either. To lose weight or reap the benefits of a vegetarian diet, there’s no set number of meatless meals you need to eat each week, says Haynes. “But choosing more plant-based options more often has been shown to promote a wide variety of health benefits,” she says. “There’s a movement called Meatless Mondays that has brought this idea to the attention of a wider audience. Starting with one day a week, one meal a day, then expanding as you feel comfortable can benefit anyone!”
When used as directed and supplemented with a healthy diet devoid of red meat, sugar and greasy or deep fried foods, you can get all of the above health benefits of diet teas. Organic and natural detox teas support liver function and glutathione production. They also support gastrointestinal health and eliminate toxic overload rapidly from your body.
Safe and effective weight loss requires you to eat 500 to 1,000 fewer calories than you burn off daily to lose 1 to 2 pounds weekly. Replacing sugary drinks, such as soda, juices, lemonade and sweetened iced teas, with herbal teas can help you meet your weight-loss calorie needs. For example, replacing two 12-ounce cans of soda with 2 cups of herbal tea reduces your energy intake by 300 calories daily, which should help you shed about 1/2 pound per week.
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