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Without energy it is hard to exercise and without exercise, it is nearly impossible to lose weight at least in a healthier manner. Ginseng is any one of the 11 perennial plants that have fleshy roots belonging to genus Panax family that are used as energy booster. In addition to Ginseng’s quality to boost energy, there are some cautious evidences that Ginseng helps managing blood sugar level, that also influence energy levels and appetite as well. At the same time peppermint and dandelion tea is a wonderful drink and it helps to improve liver health. It truly detoxify our body as well as it also contributes in various metabolic processes that affect weight loss or gain.
While there are many different types of ginseng, the 2 commonly used and ones with most controlled double-blind researches on them are Korean or Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) and American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius). While popular as a strong stimulant for speeding up a sluggish metabolism, that narrative does not do it justice. The greatest quality of Ginseng is to help fight fatigue, boost energy and mental alertness.
To Make its Serving you Need
- One teaspoon of chopped Korean or American ginseng
- 8 ounces fresh water
- Lemon or raw honey for Taste
Chop root and take 1 teaspoon for a cup full of water. Boil this water and then pour it over chopped ginseng, steep it for 5-9 minutes and strain it, add honey or lemon if you like, and drink 1 to 2 times every day.
Peppermint and Dandelion Tea
For fat metabolism, liver is full of cells that break down the fats to convert them into useful energy. These cells create a flow of bile, to help breakdown as well as absorb fats. For carbohydrates metabolism, the liver keeps blood sugar stable, and keep energy levels up and regulate appetite. According to the Venus Factor Review, there are many other advantages; however point is that it supports your liver to help your weight loss. Peppermint and dandelion both are good for your liver. Dandelion contains hepatoprotection constituents i.e. an ability to avoid damage to liver. They both involuntarily encourage the bile production in liver that help with digestion as well as absorption of nutrients.
To Make its Tea you Need
- One teaspoon of dried peppermint and dandelion leaves each
- 8 ounces of boiled water
- Lemon for taste
Pour 1 cup of boiled water on peppermint and dandelion and steep, cover it for 5 to10 minutes and Strain, add lemon juice to taste if you want, and drink a cup 2 times every day.