I am going to try that. One thing I found also is that when I juice (which is mostlyy veggies) I dont get that sleepy feeling. It is because of the amount of nutrients that are able to be delivered to my body. But I am going to look at drinking the tea as I heard this all day may help reduce belly fat.View Thread
One thing that is also important to consider is that sugar wreaks havoc on our arteries. If we are damaging the vessels that allow all of the nutrients of our body to be carried what happens when they spring a leak?
You lose the pressure and not everything that needs to get to our heart and lungs makes it.
I think you should be focused on the quality of what you are eating because it sounds like you are doing the other things that are necessary to keep you healthy.
Also we make our lives more complicated than what they need to be so take one of those stresses off your plate and enjoy your life.View Thread
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