Caffeine and Why you need to remove it from your diet
If you are a regular tea or coffee drinker, it’s highly likely you are addicted to caffeine, even if you think you are not. If you stopped drinking coffee suddenly, you could well suffer rather unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.
There is a better way to withdraw the caffeine. Slowly, and progressively, gradually replacing your drinks with decaffeinated tea and coffee or alternatives such as herbal tea. You can remove caffeine from your diet by following this plan
Caffeine has many negative effects on the body. Not only is it highly addictive but it dehydrates and stresses the body, as well as noticeably slowing down your digestion so can make your weight increase.
It also increases the levels of glucocorticoids such as cortisol, which stimulate your body to hold on to fat.
Caffeine depletes your immune system and makes it harder for you to fight
infection. It stays in your body for up to six hours after you have consumed it,
so even a coffee in the afternoon can stop you sleeping properly. When you stop drinking caffeine abruptly you may experience withdrawal symptoms such as:
Headaches, flu like symptoms and many more.
So why not give it a try... an easy place to start is with a 4 day "Weekend Cleanse" its very achievable.
Through cleansing you can shift unwanted weight, emotions and transform your body and mind keeping you fit and healthy through the cold and flu season.
Cleansing will help you achieve
A more healthy weight effortlessly
Increased wellness & vitality
Mental clarity and a new sense of purpose
Emotional balance & balanced moods
Re-balanced sleep cycles
Improved bowel function & healthy elimination
Freedom from bloating
De-stressed, relaxed clear mind
Bright eyes & healthy glowing skin
Understanding of healthy food choices going forward
A positive mind set
Shop our range of Cleanse products here