Disclosure: This is a sponsored post with FitTea and Markerly. All opinions stated are my own.
I love tea. There has always been something special about it to me ever since I was a kid. I remember my grandma making sun tea in a pitcher outside and I remember her having her hot tea every night to unwind. As an adult, I now love making sun tea in the summer and sipping on a hot cup of tea, either to wake up or relax, depending on the time of day. Who knew that tea would be so useful as to help a person detox or lose weight? Well it can! If you are looking for a natural and delicious way to detox and loose a few pounds doing it, look no further than FitTea. FitTea is the all natural detox tea that suppresses appetite. In fact, their motto is “Give us a few weeks and we’ll give you a new waistline”.
It’s being widely used by celebrities as well as regular folks such as myself.
I was sent a 14 day detox pack recently, so that I could write this FitTea review. Being a tea drinker, I was really looking forward to giving it a taste test. While I could personally stand to lose a few pounds, I was really more interested in the detox aspect of the tea because I had been getting some serious headaches, overall sluggishness and brain fog which I can assume had been coming from some of my poor food choices. For me, all of those things are a sign that my body could use a good cleanse and also because I just love tea and trying new brands. Now that I’ve given you some background, I wanted to answer some questions you may have and give more details about FitTea.
What is FitTea?
Fit Tea is a detoxifying loose leaf tea, that contains a powerful blend of Organic Green Tea, Oolong Wu Yi, Organic Rooibos, Ginger, Pomegranate, Guarana, Birch, Stevia, corn and Honey Powder. The all natural ingredients in Fit tea may help boost your immune system (to help keep you from getting colds and flu’s throughout the year), promote fat burning by increasing your metabolism, promote and soothe digestion to make you feel lighter and healthier and has antimocrobial properties to help you feel healthy physically an mentally as well as help detox the body.
Who can use FitTea?
The FitTea is meant for adults but can be taken by children ages 13 and up with parental permission and guidance throughout.
Hmmm. I am not sure that I could describe the flavor. It’s a very delicious, hot tea. It’s like a wild combination of many flavors, none of which I could put my finger on, but they blend very well together. It’s a bit on the tangy side, but not like an orange is tangy. If you like your tea sweeter, you can add honey, but I haven’t because I like the flavor as it is.
Will I lose weight with FitTea?
While FitTea helps to suppress the appetite, weight loss results may vary from person to person.
For best results, FitTea should be taken in the morning. It does contain caffeine (the same amount as one cup of coffee), so you should definitely not take it at night if you are sensitive to it. For the detox, you should have 1 cup a day for best results. It is also recommended to stay hydrated with plenty of water, exercise regularly 3-5 times per week, eat healthy, balanced meals, and repeat.
How do you prepare FitTea?
Place 1 teaspoon (2 grams) in a strainer/infuser to a cup of near boiling water for 3-5 minutes. Remove strainer and enjoy. (Cold or Hot).
How long can I use FitTea?
You can take FitTea for as long as you like as long as you want to lose weight or maintain weight.
What were my personal Fit Tea results?
I have been using Fit Tea for just a few days, so I really can’t say that any major change has happened for me as of yet in the weight loss area. I did notice that my headaches are gone, and the brain fog has been lifting which is really what I was going for. So for my purposes, I’d say it’s working. If I lose some weight in the next week or so, it’s a great bonus.
Where can I buy FitTea?
FitTea can be purchased online at the FitTea site. They have several products and options available for purchase.
Have you tried FitTea yet and if so, what were your FitTea Results?