The Ultimate Intermittent Fasting Tea
Yes, there is finally a fasting tea that has been approved for any IF type meal plan.
It’s better than green tea…
And even black tea leaves. It’s stronger…more powerful…and has a smooth, yet great taste that dances on your taste buds.
In a minute, I will reveal this powerful fasting tea that may accelerate your weight loss, stabilize your blood sugar, reduce heart disease risk factors, like high blood pressure and cholesterol, and may keep cancer at bay.
Before we talk about the tea, we need to discuss…
What Is Intermittent Fasting?
Every trainer, doctor, and nutritionist will tell you, the only way to lose weight is to start your day off with a healthy, well-balanced breakfast in your diet plan…
Eat five to six small meals throughout the day...
Eat frequently to keep your metabolism elevated all day long—so you will never have trouble lose weight.
The bottom line: Just eat a healthy breakfast, a few small meals throughout the day, and you’ll magically lose weight.
And that’s the final word…or is it?
Does A Fasting Diet Work?
Countless studies show, and PROVE, that intermittent fasting—the process of consciously skipping certain meals—could be a very promising weight loss strategy.
The benefits are astounding! Studies show, intermittent fasting could lower blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, blood lipid levels, cancer risk, and diabetes risk.
Other benefits you may see with intermittent fasting (IF):
- Improved mental clarity and concentration
- Reversal of type 2 diabetes
- Increased energy
- Increased fat burning (and fat loss)
- Increased growth hormone
- Better immune function
- And much, much more
What exactly is it? As I mentioned before, it’s the process of skipping entire meals—on purpose—to elicit a certain result.
It could be to lower your risk for diabetes….
Perhaps to prevent age-related brain disorders that could destroy your concentration and memory.
More About The Diet...
Basically, you’re choosing to eat your calories during a specific window (feasting), then consciously stopping yourself from eating for a much longer window (fasting).
For most people, this intermittent fasting diet works! There are a few different protocols you can follow when it comes to intermittent fasting. It’s important to note: In order to say true to the intermittent fasting rules and requirements, exceeding 50 calories (or more) in your fasting window, means you’ve broken your fast.
Solve Hunger And Stay Within Your Calories With This Fasting Tea
The specific protocols are:
During this stage, you’re fasting for 16 hours a day, and keeping your meals (your feasting time) to an 8-hour window. This is a very popular approach, and one that most people generally use during intermittent fasting.
Generally, you will skip breakfast (or one meal) during this fast and will break your fast with a small meal.
For example, if you were to follow the 16/8 protocol, you would break your fast at noon (12pm), with a small salad and another meal a few hours later. You would end your feasting window at 8pm, and continue your fast until noon the next day.
You can adjust your window to start anytime you would like, but you still need to stay true to the 8-hour feasting time, and the longer 16-hour fasting time.
The 24-Hour Fast
This is a more rigorous fast, and one that should be performed only once a week. Generally speaking, you’re will skip two meals in one day.
For example, you eat your last meal at 8pm on Friday, so you wouldn’t eat again until 8pm on Saturday--skipping breakfast and lunch the following day.
These are the two most popular intermittent fasting protocols, but experimenting with different times, longer or shorter fasts, or different variations of the program to best suit your needs, is highly recommended.
But what if you can’t make it through the day without something in your stomach? I am so glad you asked…
The Ultimate Fasting Tea For An Intermittent Diet
One of the hardest parts about intermittent fasting is the hunger. For the first few days, as you start changing your eating habits, you’re going to have cravings, hunger, and irritability.
In order to keep hunger and cravings at bay, you’re encouraged to drink water (or tea), that causes your stomach to distend. Distending your stomach could turn on satiety hormones that tell your body you’re full, therefore keeping hunger in check.
This mental trick gives off the appearance that you’re full, when you’re actually full of water and not food. The other option is drinking green tea.
Green tea comes highly recommended in many intermittent fasting plans, since it acts as a natural appetite suppressant and curbs those hunger feelings.
There is an even better fasting tea, one that packs more antioxidant power than some of the most popular superfoods.
The answer is Alma Green Tea for your intermittent fasting diet. This antioxidant-rich green tea is made with Oolong Green tea leaves that are blended with the “king” of antioxidants—Alma, also known as Indian Gooseberries.
This powerful tea, packs more antioxidant power than Turmeric, Black Raspberries, Blueberries, and Acai berries, just to name a few.
Alma Green Tea helps take the “edge” off hunger and food cravings, and gives you a natural boost in energy, due in part, to the antioxidant power of the “king” of antioxidants, and naturally-occurring caffeine.
My Intermittent Fasting Diet Story...
When I first started intermittent fasting, I was hungry all the time—even after the first few days. I wasn’t just hungry, due to low blood sugar I was “hangry,” too often to count.
My family avoided me…my co-workers thought I was crazy and laughed at me…and my boss often avoided conversations with me during the first two-weeks of any fast.
After finding Alma Green Tea, I found a renewed energy that helped me push through those first few days of the fasting diet. I had more energy…and a renewed sense of focus…
Plus, I just genuinely felt better…
I knew I found something to get me through the initial “hungry” stages of my fast. And, the tea tastes great.
Unlike other teas, I don’t have to pinch my nose when drinking it…
Alma Green Tea—my intermittent diet tea—has a smooth taste (not sour at all) and hits the spot every time.
As you can see, I’ve been there, and that’s why I recommend this powerful intermittent diet tea—to curb your hunger, keep you focused, and increase the success of sticking with your intermittent fast.
- Kevin DiDonato