SAN DIEGO, April 20, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Liz Swann Miller, a Naturopath and Nutritional Book Author. Elizabeth Swann Miller, ND, has over ten years of experience as a practicing Naturopath, specializing in healing through nutrition. She has degrees both in Psychology and Naturopathy. Her goal is to educate as many people as possible about the healing powers of food and how to quickly incorporate these changes into daily life.


If you follow through with the detox program, you enjoy numerous benefits. First, it prevents various diseases such as heart diseases, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s disease. Second, it has a great taste and does not contain caffeine; caffeine has adverse effects on the body. Third, red tea is a dieters tea, fat burning tea, and hence melts down fat in the body. Fourth, it regulates blood sugar and reduces vulnerability to diabetes. Fifth, it has stress-reducing properties and thus reduces stress levels. Sixth, it helps to detoxify the body and ensure its proper functioning. Mood swings, headaches, low energy levels, and insomnia will be things of the past with the red tea detox.

There is precisely zero evidence that Red Tea does anything for you in terms of dieting. Nor Green Tea. Nor Black Tea. Nor Green Coffee. They’re beverages. If you like ‘em, drink ‘em. But don’t be swayed by the health claims of the “ancient African miracle plant”. Where the ingredient is well-known people drink it ‘cuz they like the taste and no one in that area is particularly thinner than others in their country. (Capetown, South Africa by the way)

After the first month, Jill completely omitted soda from her life and banned it in her household – even her husband is now soda-less to my great amusement 🙂 She lost about 18 lbs the first month. Mariah was only 34 lbs overweight when she started and lost 12 pounds in that first month. This is a healthy time span to lose that kind of weight. Too much is not healthy and not sustainable, so we were pleased with that.
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