Fat cells have traits that make them exceptionally stubborn, especially around the stomach, hips and thighs. A targeted detoxification method, with the right herbs, can help minimize these traits, allowing for accelerated weight loss. Detoxing is also important for your body to release toxins from fat loss, but also found in the food we eat & the air that we breathe.
The most affordable, effective and simplest way to get the body cleansing done is with high-quality, nutrient-dense products that assist a body to detoxify. Two of these products are Premium Tea and Daily Tea made by Zija. Both are a unique blend of herbs and other nutrients that offer many health benefits. Together they provide the perfect combination of nutrients to support detoxification.
Both teas contain top quality Moringa oleifera and are loaded with natural antioxidants and other healthy compounds that help a body be cleaner inside.
Zija’s Daily Tea combines promotes a feeling of fullness to help align appetite with true caloric needs. Garcinia cambogia Extract, Bitter Melon Extract, Ginger Root, Orange Peel, Astragalus Root, Bilberry Leaf, Stevia, Moringa oleifera Blend. Consume Daily Tea 1-2 hours before lunch or dinner, or on an empty stomach.
- Helps to suppress appetite
- Promotes a feeling of fullness
- Helps to align appetite with true caloric needs
The average person today consumes approximately 300–500 more calories than he or she did 30 years ago. Although these extra calories may not seem like a big deal, they can equate to roughly two pounds of increased fat per month if not burned through physical activity.
One well-known way to maintain a healthy weight is by improving our eating habits, including eating an appropriate number of calories to match our lifestyle. The average individual should consume between 2,000 and 2,500 calories per day; unfortunately, the size of today’s meals makes it difficult to stay within that limit. For example, a typical dinner at a restaurant often contains between 1,000 and 2,000 calories alone. Our appetite is naturally stimulated by the release of a hormone called dopamine. We are constantly surrounded by advertisements as well as food and beverage products that are designed to stimulate the release of dopamine without our body realizing it. This causes us to feel hungry even when our body doesn’t actually need food