Health facts of today
There are a lot of people who are obese and suffering from countless of illnesses due to unhealthy lifestyles, such as overeating, heavy smoking, fondness for fried and greasy food.
Did you know?
Our liver is a vital organ that helps our body to metabolize food and eliminate toxins. We take toxins into our body daily and these toxins will disrupt the functions of our internal organs. If you burden your liver with high amounts of proteins, processed foods, medications and preservatives, it may not be able to flush out the toxins, which will then be stored in your fat cells. This can lead to energy loss, poor concentration and frequent illness. A liver detoxification using botanical teas helps your body by eliminating toxins.
What is botanical tea?
Botanical Tea has been considered the botanical wonder for centuries with anti-aging and antioxidant properties. While stimulating your internal organs, this caffeine free substance also boosts your energy levels by strengthening your immune system and invigorates your body. Consuming a cup of botanical tea daily will greatly promote liver health as it lifts the burden on your organs by removing toxins effectively.
Basically, during detoxification, your liver will try to eliminate all the extra “stuff” that your body couldn’t. Detoxification merely helps the body to do what it normally does daily through your liver and kidney function. But when one consumes high amounts of processed food filled with preservatives or take high amounts of fats and proteins, your body will have trouble keeping up with the demand. As a result, toxins are being kept storage in our fat cells. In a detoxification course, you generally lower you caloric intake and increase fluids thereby encouraging the release of the toxins that are then flushed out of the system.
Benefit of tea
Tea is rich in antioxidant polyphenols. These antioxidants are believed to be the active ingredients behind the beneficial effects of tea. Antioxidants can help repair genetic damages such as cells and blood vessel walls from free radicals. They also help reduce blood clots, which could greatly decrease the risk of a heart attack.
Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. ~ World Health Organization