Slimming goji berry tea.
For the first time, the medicinal properties of goji berries were used by the medicine of ancient China. Following the Chinese, Western scientists began to study the benefits of berries.
Numerous studies have shown that due to its composition and action, goji berries have a positive effect on liver function, skin condition, vision, etc. And, above all, they can be a means for losing weight.
What influences this?
Content of a large amount of sugar polymers, or polysaccharides. These are complex carbohydrates, which are decomposed very slowly in the body. They saturate the body with energy, and this effect is long-term.
High percentage of fiber. It provides several effects at once: it reduces the level of bad cholesterol, stimulates the stomach and removes toxins from the body.
Low glycemic index: This means that goji berries stay in the intestines for a long time without a sharp increase in blood sugar levels. In addition, delayed absorption provides a feeling of fullness for a long time.
The simplest goji berry slimming remedy is tea, the recipe for which is given below.
But you need to remember: goji berries are only an aid for weight loss, which must be combined with proper nutrition and exercise.
The plant contributes to the latter to some extent: it improves the emotional state, affects vigor and activity.
Goji berries — 15 g
Green tea — 0.5 tsp.
Ginger root — 5-7 g
Water — 200 ml
Bring water to a boil and let cool slightly. In order for the berries to retain their beneficial properties, they should not be poured with boiling water. The water temperature should be around 90 degrees.
Pour green tea and goji berries into a cup.
Chop the ginger root and place in a cup too.
Pour the tea mixture with water. Let it brew a little. If you wish, you can add lemon to your tea.
It is recommended to drink the drink warm. You cannot drink it at night: it very tones and invigorates.
Providing a long-lasting feeling of satiety.
Elimination of toxins from the body.
Reducing cholesterol levels.
Maintaining intestinal immunity.
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