The Teatox Plan to Beat Bloat

Beat bloat for good with this easy-to-follow teatox.

Ready to devote some time and effort towards healthy eating and overall wellness? A teatox is an excellent jumpoff point, whether you're trying to lose weight, improve your eating habits, or beat that horrible, bloated feeling. With the help of naturopathic doctor and author Pina LoGiudice, nutritionist Maya Feller, and dietitian Keri Glassman, you can start your very own tea cleanse and embrace the nutritional advantages of this healthy, no-calorie beverage, all while eating solid, nutrient-dense foods. Unlike other cleanses that can cause starvation and yo-yo dieting, this teatox is all about staying balanced, staying full, and most importantly, kicking bloat and discomfort to the curb, thanks to the fiber content in recipes like vegetarian chili with brown rice and scrambled eggs with fresh fruit. Read on below to learn more and print out this teatox guide to have on the go!


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