Weight Loss Tea Pack (80 Tea Bags) - Gymnema Herbal Green Tea
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Appetite suppression: This plant that is indigenous in the tropical forest of India and Asia is rich in compounds that could suppress appetite including acidic glycosides and anthraquinones. However, the most active mineral that can be found in this plant is the gymnemic acid that can be extracted from the leaves and the roots. This acid is a sweetness inhibitor that simply chewing the leaves of it will reduce the taste of sweetness in the mouth. This is ideal for people who wanted to lose weight because sugary foods are the common cause why people gain weight. But if the sweetness will be inhibited, there’s a possibility in a decrease of intake in foods that are too sweet.
Blocks absorption of Sugar: The gymnemic acid, the active mineral in the Gymnema leaf can block the absorption of sugar. Since its structure is similar with glucose, it behaves the same way. Once it has locked the intestinal receptors, it effectively locks the glucose thus it won’t be absorbed. That is why, this is often recommended to Diabetes patients and to people in search for effective weight loss tea because the blood sugar becomes balanced and it promotes lean body mass where the sugar will not be stored as fat.
Nutritional aid to diabetics: Since ancient times, the Gymnema plants have been used as an herbal medicine for arthritis and diabetes and up to now, several clinicians highly commend this plant. This plant can promote normal blood sugar and could positively affect the production of insulin in the body, so diabetics are rest assured that their blood sugar levels are well taken care of by this wonder plant.
A weight loss solution: The primary reason why people gain weight is their excessive consumption of sugary foods and drinks such as soda pops, donuts, bread, rice and to name a few. But since this plant – particularly the leaves and roots of the Gymnema Sylvestre are sugar inhibitors, taking one or two cups of Gymnema tea could help people reduce weight alongside with proper exercise in toning down the muscles.
- Gymnema sylvestre leafs and Ceylon BOP are mixed (1:1 ratio)
-3 Cups per day, an hour before meal will produce considerable results in one month along with regular exercise
-pregnant women are advised to be avoided
Gymnema Sylvestre Tea ( Sugar killer, weight loss and anti aging tea)Gymnema Sylvestre herb is generally found in India and Sri Lankan forests. The leaves have been used since the ancient time by the Ayurveda personnel. This herb contains gymnemic which naturally controls the blood sugar level in human. In India and Sri lanka the people with diabetic often use the leaves to control their blood sugar and it is experienced that the level reduced. As this is a rare herb, it is not available in other part of the world. Hence, Possible Green introduces this herb into a drink form and that is the Gymnema Sylvestre Tea. The benefits of drinking this tea are: Control Blood Sugar Control the desire of consuming sweets and more food Control Cholesterol level Weight loss Stimulating Digestion
Gymnema sylvestre is the only substance that not only suppresses the elevation of blood sugar, but also has the unusual ability of helping to regenerate pancreatic cells in both animals and humans.
Various researchers produced astounding conclusions in support of gymnema’s role as a weight loss aid.
Over the course of 8 weeks, researchers administered a gymnema extract to obese rats; the obesity had been induced by feeding the rats a high fat diet. At the end of the study, it was noted that the rats had experienced a decrease in body weight and food consumption. To some surprise, it was also noted that “bad cholesterol” levels had fallen. Not only are the results clear evidence in support of gymnema’s use in traditional medicine, it also gives insight into the possibility that the herb could be used as a therapy for blood lipid levels.