The Best Tea For Weight Loss And Wellness

Being overweight is not just unsightly; obesity poses a plethora of dire health risks. The list of obesity-related illnesses includes Type II Diabetes, Hypertension, Heart Disease, Stroke, Cancer, and even Hepatic and Renal Diseases. Over a lifetime, the health care costs of an overweight or obese person increase by about twenty-five percent, and on average obese individuals die ten years earlier than the rest of the population. 

The decision to lose weight should not be a purely aesthetic choice. Even a small decrease in total body fat can provide a full gamut of health benefits. Studies have shown that individuals who manage to lose at least five percent of their total body weight and keep it off permanently can enjoy a significant improvement in their overall wellbeing. Besides drastically reducing the risk of developing any of the obesity-related illnesses, by losing weight, you will also enjoy enhanced libido and sexual performance, improved mobility, a more efficient hormonal cycle, more restful sleep, an adequate stress response, improved memory, and lower health care costs.

We recognize that losing weight can seem to be a daunting task. The thought of a lifetime of dieting and exercise can be quite intimidating, and weight loss may seem like an insurmountable obstacle to overcome, but the truth is when done right weight loss is within your reach. By applying a few practical nutritional guidelines, increasing your physical activity, and complementing your efforts with high-quality weight management and wellness supplements, you can manage your weight easily.

A balanced diet consisting of simple carbohydrates, healthy fats, and lean proteins are essential for weight loss.  A daily thirty-minute brisk walk can accelerate your basal metabolic rate just enough to manifest into a tangible weight loss over time. This is simple enough advice.
Choosing the right supplement, however, tends to be slightly more complicated. Today's dietary supplement market has become a rabid quagmire of predacious products that promise much but deliver minimal results. Your best bet is to choose all-natural products without any added synthetics and dubious ingredient lists. NATUREAL is a product furiously dedicated to providing the public with natural supplements backed by science.

NATUREAL Revert Tea is without a doubt your best bet when deciding which weight loss and wellness product to invest in. Revert Tea has been expertly formulated and meticulously dosed with the highest quality herbal ingredients known to aid in weight loss and improve digestive health. This product alone can significantly boost your energy levels, promote immune health, regulate your metabolic rate, greatly reduce hunger pangs, eliminate bloating, and even improve the integrity of your skin.
Let us take an in-depth look at the Revert Tea formula:

ANISE: Anise is an herbaceous plant native to the Middle East. It has a licorice-like flavor and aroma, and it has been used in culinary circles since time immemorial. The health benefits of anise seeds and anise extract have been known for years. Research conducted out of Iran has shown a compelling antimicrobial effect (Gülçın, et al., 2003). One of its most useful properties is that it acts as a powerful carminative; that is, it reduces the production of gastrointestinal gas and aids in the expulsion of flatulence. 

BUCKTHORN BERRY: Buckthorn berries are gathered from the sea buckthorn plant. These berries have an incredible concentration of anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins, and essential amino acids (Häkkinen, et al., 1999). Medicinally the buckthorn berry can be used to treat hypertension, alleviate gastrointestinal issues, improve skin health, and even slow down age-related oxidative damage.

FENNEL:  Fennel is an incredibly flavorful and aromatic herb used in a variety of culinary and medicinal recipes. The fennel seed is a surprisingly reliable source of protein and fiber. It has a rich content of Vitamin B and minerals such as calcium and iron (Anwar, Farooq, et al., 2009). Fennel is tremendously effective in treating indigestion, and constipation.

MATE: Mate is a herb that is primarily used to make Yerba Mate Tea in South America. Mate has a rich polyphenol and xanthine content which makes it fantastic weight loss aid. Polyphenols such as Quercetin and Rutin have an inhibitory effect on pancreatic enzymes that are closely tied to lipid catabolic metabolism. Mate also acts as a potent central nervous system stimulant because of its high caffeine content (Tenorio, et al., 1991).

NETTLE: Teas and extracts derived from the stinging nettle plant have excellent anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects and thus have been used to treat skin conditions such as eczema and acne. This same anti-inflammatory nature allows nettle to be an effective treatment for indigestion and irritable bowel syndrome. One of the most well-researched effects nettle has on the body is its diuretic action; this allows nettle extracts to have powerful benefits on hepatic function. It has even been used to ameliorate discomfort caused by prostatic hyperplasia and lower intestinal glucose levels (Bnouham et al., 2003).

ROSEHIP: Rosehip, or Rose Hep, is a deep red fruit rich in Vitamin C. It has been used in European culinary circles soups and jams for generations. Rosehips are rich in beta-carotene, lutein, and lycopene (Çınar et al., 2004). They are a fantastic aid in the reduction of blood cholesterol levels and improving the entire immune apparatus. If you have ever wanted a smooth and wrinkle free skin, then consider products that contain rosehip as they have a beneficial effect on cutaneous elasticity.

As you can see, Revert Tea is made with the best-suited ingredients for achieving weight loss and wellness. When taken an hour before working out or participating in any form of physical activity it can help to increase your basal metabolic rate which means you will burn calories more efficiently even when at rest. NATUREAL have come up with a cream of the crop product in Revert Tea. A synthetic free, all-natural weight loss solution is now within your reach.



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