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3 Facts about Bye Bye Belly Get Snatched Tea

Vitalitea is one of the strongest holistic detox teas available for micronutrient delivery and the elimination of undigested waste in your colon and your digestive system. Vitalitea is filled with compounds from plants that gently cleanse your digestive system and support your health with high antioxidants and known healing herbs.

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What ingredients are in the Bye Bye Belly Get Snatched Tea?

Organic Green Tea, Organic Matcha Green Tea, Organic Oolong Tea, Organic Red Clover Herb, Organic Passionflower, Organic Cacao Nibs, Organic Cardamom, Organic Fennel Seed, Organic Cinnamon Bark, Organic Elecampane Root, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Burdock Root, Organic Chamomile Flowers, Organic Eleuthero Root, Organic Lemon Peel, Organic Alfalfa, Organic Ginger Root, Organic Clove

Green Tea: Used as a medicine for thousands of years in China, Green Tea has many uses, from lowering blood pressure to fighting cancer. Several studies suggest that the flavonoids and caffeine in Green Tea may assist with elevating metabolic rate, increasing fat oxidation, and improving insulin activity.

Matcha Green Tea: Used in Japanese tea ceremonies for hundreds of years, Matcha Green Tea has been heralded by top nutritionists and health experts. EGCG, the major antioxidant in Green Tea, has been linked to potential weight loss benefits, and Matcha has more EGCG than regular Green Tea. The EGCG in Matcha may boost metabolism during moderate-intensity exercise, thus enhancing weight loss, suggests one study. Numerous studies have shown Matcha Green Tea’s naturally occurring chemical compounds are anti-carcinogenic. It is also rich in antioxidants, encourages natural detoxification in the body, and possesses free-radical scavenging capabilities.

How do I make the Bye Bye Belly Get Snatched Tea?

Bring 4 cups of water to a boil. STOP!

Because green tea leaves are not oxidised like black leaves, you should never use boiling water as it will scorch the leaves and you’ll miss out on the tea’s full flavour profile. The Tea Curator

If you don’t have a temperature variable kettle, which most of us do not, bring your filtered water to a simmer, then add a teaspoon of the Vitalitea and steep for up to twelve hours. The longer it steeps, the more tea vitamins will be extracted from the tea leaves. I usually steep my tea overnight.

Best ways to brew loose tea

  • Loose tea bags
  • Tea Infuser
  • Teapot or teacup with a built-in diffuser

Vitalitea DOES NOT contain any ingredients that make you go to the restroom uncontrollably. Its purpose is to cleanse your digestive system and support overall health gently. If you do not have a natural process for bowel movements, which should be daily, by the way, then, Vitalitea does help you to move things along. It’s a healthy process to make sure you remove the build-up of toxins in your colon. If you experience constipation while beginning your journey, you should drink more water during the day along with the recommended 32 oz. of Vitalitea.

If you are not a big tea drinker and not sure if you can drink the recommended amount, did you know you can substitute your water or juice in your smoothies with the same amount of tea and continue to get the same benefits in addition to the vegetable and fruit medley of your smoothie? You can also create ice cubes with the tea and use them in your smoothies or within your sugar-free beverage.

Try adding fruits and herbs to make homemade ice cubes that will add subtle flavors to your water or Vitalitea as they melt! Cutting or mashing your ingredients before freezing will help the flavor disperse better into your water!

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Recipe using Vitalitea

The cherry on the Brain

  • 1 cup pitted cherries
  • 1/4 cup berries of choice
  • 3/4 cup water or Vitalitea
  • 1 tablespoon honey, maple syrup, or agave nectar
  • 1 teaspoon chia seeds
  • 1 teaspoon hemp seeds
  • 1 scoop MIND (ask me about the healing trilogy)
  • 1 cup ice

Blend on high speed to a thick, smooth consistency, serve immediately.

Have you tried the Vitalitea yet? What do you think about it? Do you have any recipes you’d like to share?

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