• Ann


First things first this recipe is intended as only a booster and not a complete solution from the amount of food intake. Add this drink in your daily life as a replacement for coffee in the evening or in the morning on an empty stomach. This tea gives a small push towards burning higher fat than the usual metabolism we have.

This tea acts a hunger suppressant and eat the food that is beneficial for your health. As I told earlier this tea would be a great addition to plant based whole food diet that will do a much more good to your metabolism rate. Eat clean food & Stay healthy.

Let’s look at the ingredients:


It is 100% calorie-free, helps you burn more calories and may even suppress your appetite if consumed before meals. The benefits are even greater when you replace sugary beverages with water.


Honey acts as a fuel to make the liver produce glucose. This glucose keeps the brain sugar levels high and forces it to release fat burning hormones.


Lemon water can promote fullness, support hydration, boost metabolism and increase weight loss. However, lemon water is no better than regular water when it comes to losing fat.


It is said to suppress appetite, ginger is believed to help promote weight loss. Medical literature indicates that ginger can typically be used along with other ingredients when the goal is to lose weight.


Black pepper contains piperine, a compound which helps to enhance metabolic performance and prevents fat accumulation in the body. The spice also increases the concentration of good cholesterol. This round spice is a thermogenic food, which helps to speed up the metabolic process and burn calories more quickly.


Cinnamon, on the other hand, helps you lose visceral fat and supports weight loss. Antimicrobial, antiparasitic properties of cinnamon make it one of the healthiest spices of all time. It also boosts insulin function and metabolism as well.

Let's see the recipe:

Don't overuse it just once in a day. Don't use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients used here. Enjoy the tea.

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