If your purpose is to cleanse your body and lose some weight in a short period of time Fit Tea is not for you. Yes, it will help you lose some pounds in the short run, but nearly all off that lost weight is going to be just water which you’ll put it on a few days after stopping to use Fit Tea.
Recently I noticed lots of hype around an especial brand of detox tea named “FitTea Detox” on the net. By just doing a simple Google or Instagram search, you’ll be able to find loads of “Fit Tea before and after images” both on their official site and other social media platforms such as Instagram. Among those images, you may also spot images of celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Bella Thorne, Debby Ryan, and many others who have been actively endorsing and promoting this product.
A purchaser named Christine comments on the convenience of the Fit Tea packaging and also compliments the pleasant taste of the tea. Another reviewer states that she managed to lose 11lbs using the product after struggling with her weight after pregnancy.
Fit Tea is a “detoxifying tea blend” that combines three forms of tea with a number of other plant-based ingredients. The manufacturer boldly claims that the product can strengthen your metabolism, cleanse the digestive system, and reduce bloating.
It is unclear exactly which ingredient in Fit Tea “cleanses” the digestive system. The tea itself does not appear to be of use in treating chronic constipation (21).
However, marketing of this nature should always be put to the test scientifically. That’s why we decided to write this Fit Tea review to examine the touted benefits independently. Let’s get started.
What can I do to prevent this in the future?
Claim: Fit Tea Strengthens Your Metabolism.