Do you know the benefits of rosemary? And lemon?
Did you know that rosemary and lemon-flavored water gives a refreshing touch to your days and also makes your meals healthier?
Even though we are always hearing about having a healthier diet, being more active, etc., sadly, the number of people who don’t take care of their health is still very high.
According to the UN, today, more than 2 billion people around the world are overweight, and more than 670 million are obese. These numbers are alarming, right?
Usually, binge eating and overweight are related to daily anxiety crisis. And, did you know that rosemary and lemon tea can help you with that?
The combination of these two natural ingredients can potentialize your weight loss. Do you want to know how?
Rosemary leaves fight nervous tension and control appetite and anxiety, especially during PMS.
Besides that, rosemary also reduces sugar absorption, which forces the body to look for other sources of energy, like fat, which also potentializes weight loss.
Lemon acts as a detergent, dissolving toxins and fats. It also helps control appetite, gluttony, and bloating.
A combination of rosemary and lemon will also calm down and control anxiety, reduce appetite, reduce sugar absorption, fights liquid retention and bloating, helps eliminate toxins and fats, improves digestion, slims the belly and reduces gas. Phew!
Do you want to learn how to make this tea?
Write down the ingredients:
17 oz. water,
1 tablespoon dried rosemary leaves,
Making it is very simple:
Heat the water (without boiling), and add the rosemary. Let it act for five minutes, then strain. Lastly, squeeze the lemon over it and drink.
To potentialize the effects of this tea, you can add a small piece of ginger, if you can consume it.
If you have problems with weight loss, try it and share your experience with us.
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