Can Digestive Herbs (formerly Tiny Tea) suppress your appetite?

Good question. It’s over to Dr. Nat Kringoudis, a TCM expert!

“Maybe you’ve been using Digestive Herbs, formerly Tiny Tea for a while now because the results have helped you achieve your health goals. Maybe you’re curious as to how it actually works. We’ve dedicated many a blog to the in’s and outs of Digestive Herbs, formerly Tiny Tea and how it supports your digestive system to make sure it’s fine-tuned like a symphony orchestra, carefully ensuring that every corner of your gut is happy. And whilst we’ve dug deep and showed you why, there are still effects that have you baffled – welcome but unsure as to how exactly Digestive Herbs, formerly Tiny Tea continues to make your body go from strength to strength. We hear you! So today we’re chatting about exactly how Digestive Herbs, formerly Tiny Tea has the wild ability to lead your appetite astray.

First and foremost, when your body is satisfied and its nutritional benefits are being met, automatically the hunger mechanism is lessened. We often find ourselves hungry and craving foods as our bodies try and make up for what they have missed out on during the day or even over longer periods of time. For example, you may have experienced insane chocolate cravings right before your period is due to arrive. In actual fact, what’s possibly going on is that you may very well be craving magnesium to help ease your menstrual troubles and not actually chocolate, but since cacao is high in magnesium, your body is trying to get it in any way it can by telling you, you simply must eat chocolate immediately! Since Digestive Herbs, formerly Tiny Tea maximizes your ability to assimilate food, to more readily absorb the nutrients because it is able to do so in optimal working order, your body’s satiated and happy.

Each individual ingredient in Digestive Herbs, formerly Tiny Tea isn’t appetite suppressing as such, but this special combination and how they work in synergy is what counts most. In fact, herbs like Chen Pi can actually work to stimulate the digestive system and in theory, promote metabolism. Shan Zha is also included for a similar reason, that is it helps encourage optimal digestion, but it’s the combination with Lai Fu Zi (another herb in the tea blend) that takes this little brew to new heights to support healthy digestion, detoxification and reduce inflammation.

Oolong tea is, however the little gem in the blend that helps to curb appetite because it helps to regulate blood sugar levels. Oolong tea helps to encourage the body to draw on its fat stores, utilizing it as energy, which is why it’s so effective in moving your body towards a healthy weight.

We know you love Digestive Herbs, formerly Tiny Tea as much as we do for the unique properties that it continues to deliver. Drawing on the ancient wisdom of Chinese Medicine, it may not only assist you lose weight, it can help with a huge variety of ailments. It helps you sleep better, digest better and generally feel like a the amazing human being you are.  Fine tuning your appetite is simply the icing on the cake!

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