• Lyfe Tea

    There are many different tea products available on the market, with many different purposes. Lyfe Tea have a range of different products, including a Lyfe Teatox, which is supposedly designed to reduce bloating, remove toxins from the body, boost the metabolism and aid energy levels.

    Below we take an in-depth look at the Lyfe Teatox from Lyfe tea to see just how effective is really is.

    Lyfe Tea Pros

    • Detox ingredients separate from metabolism boosting ingredients
    • Morning tea may boost metabolism

    Lyfe Tea Cons

    • No money back guarantee
    • Short and limited returns period
    • Laxative ingredients
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    Lyfe Tea Facts

    • Teatox manufactured by Lyfe Tea
    • 14 day or 28 day supply
    • Two blends of tea in product

    Lyfe Tea offers a range of different teas in their online store, but their main product appears to be their Teatox, which comes in a 14 day or 28 day supply.

    Consisting of two different blends of tea, the teatox is designed to benefit general health and well-being in a number of different ways. The morning tea boosts the metabolism and energy levels, as well as providing vitamins and antioxidants, whilst the evening tea detoxes the body, acts as a laxative, and aids restful sleep.

    How to Take Lyfe Tea

    Enjoy one cup of Lyfe Tea each morning to feel invigorated for your day.

    Enjoy a cup of the Detox Lyfe Tea every evening to rid your body and life of toxins.

    Each package comes with a packet of the Lyfe Tea and a packet of the Detox Lyfe Tea. Each tea is loose leaf.

    The Morning Skinny Tea can be steeped as much as 2 – 10 Minutes. The Detox Evening Tea should only be steeped for 1 Minute starting out. You can slowly increase to your Maximum. Add Stevia, lemon or honey to taste.

    Lyfe Tea Concerns:

    • No money back guarantee
    • Not suitable for long term use
    • Laxative ingredients

    What Does Lyfe Tea Claim To Do?

    Each 14-day package comes with a 14 day supply of our Lyfe Tea and a 14 day supply of our Detox Lyfe Tea. (28 day packages obviously come with a 28 day supply of each tea).

    The Detox Lyfe Tea is a cleanse. The tea cleans out your entire digestive tract removing unwanted toxins that may be: preventing you from losing weight; making you bloated; preventing you from absorbing all of the nutrients from the food you eat. This makes your feel tired, sluggish, and overall average on a daily basis.

    The Detox Tea allows your body to rid itself of Toxins that may have been building up over many years. This aids in excess energy, boosts metabolism and allows impurities to leave your body. Many feel their skin and body become healthier after drinking this tea.

    So What Is Lyfe Tea and What Are The Ingredients?

    No ingredient quantities are given for Lyfe Tea. The strength of the product will depend upon how long the consumer brews each cup of tea for. Instructions state to brew the tea for between two and ten minutes, which will create a huge range in the potency of the tea.

    The Ingredients used in Morning Lyfe Tea are:

    • Moringa Oleifera: Described as a superfood with numerous benefits and high in vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants. There is no clinical evidence to suggest that this ingredient supports weight loss.
      Source:http://www.moringapowder.com/facts/moringa-oleifera-weight-loss/
    • Yerba Mate: In a 2001 study of 47 healthy overweight adults, researchers found that taking an herbal preparation of yerba mate, guarana, and damiana three times daily for 45 days induced weight loss. It is not clear whether the individual ingredients from this preparation have the same weight loss potential on their own, or how much of each ingredient is required to replicate the results of the study.
      Source:http://altmedicine.about.com/od/herbsupplementguide/a/yerba_mate_weightloss.htm
    • Green Tea: Green tea is high in a group of antioxidants called catechins. Studies have suggested that catechins and caffeine both increase energy expenditure by boosting the metabolism slightly for few hours.
      Source:http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/70/6/1040.full
    • Guarana: A berry that is naturally high in caffeine, it is often an ingredient in energy drinks and diet pills.
    • Ginger: Some studies suggest that ginger root is an appetite suppressant. One study used dried ginger powder to make a tea that participants drank with breakfast. Researchers found that satiety levels were much higher when the tea was consumed with breakfast, rather than just the breakfast on its own.
      Source:http://www.progressivehealth.com/ginger-for-weight-loss.htm
    • Lemon Peel: May be used to improve flavour. Contains a range of vitamins.

    The Ingredients used in Detox Lyfe Tea are as follows:

    So What Does All This Mean?

    Every morning consumers need to drink a cup of the Morning Lyfe tea: Green tea, caffeine and yerba mate should all increase the metabolism as well as providing an extra boost in energy. Ginger has been found to be an appetite suppressant when drunk as a tea with breakfast, and so should improve the consumer’s satiety after breakfast. It is unclear how long this mild appetite suppression works for.

    In the evening consumers are instructed to drink a cup of the Detox Lyfe Tea; this tea contains numerous laxatives and diuretics; nettle leaf, senna and dandelion. Diuretic ingredients will help to reduce bloating by increasing urine production, and may make the consumer look both thinner and more muscular, as some water is removed from cells in the body, creating a ‘tighter’ look.

    With several diuretic ingredients, dehydration is a real concern. Laxatives and diuretics may also cause the impression of weight loss, thanks to the removal of waste matter and water weight. This weight loss is temporary, and has no effect upon fat stored in the body at all. Once the detox is over, consumers may even put a small amount of weight back on as they allow their body to fully rehydrate.

    The tea also contains chamomile, a well-known herbal tea that promotes relaxation and may act as a mild sedative to assist sleep. The evening tea contains no stimulant ingredients, and so will not cause insomnia. It is important not to mix up the two teas, as the morning tea contains several sources of caffeine, which can cause insomnia.

    Does Lyfe Tea Have Any Side Effects?

    Lyfe Tea provide the following information regarding the likelihood of side effects:

    There are possible side-effects of the Teatox and they associated with the laxative effect of the Detox Lyfe Tea (these can include cramping and an increased frequency of visiting the bathroom but should NOT include diarrhoea, vomiting, dizziness or severe cramping – if any of these side-effects occur (depending on their intensity) adjust the strength of the Detox Lyfe Tea bags (make your tea weaker by soaking the tea bag for less time – say 30secs) or discontinue the use of the tea and consider consulting your Doctor. You should consume the Detox Lyfe Tea in the evening and then go to the bathroom the next morning. If you are concerned about how this may affect your daily routine, start the tea on a day (such as a weekend) when you may have a flexible schedule.

    The morning tea contains green tea, which can cause constipation in some people. Drinking plenty of water will minimise this potential effect, as well as some of the potential side effects of the caffeine in the tea. Caffeine can lead to headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness and insomnia.

    Laxatives can interfere with the absorption of the contraceptive pill, as well as the absorption of other medications and vitamin supplements. Consumers should read the guidelines laid out on the FAQ page of the Lyfe tea website, or consult their doctor if they have any concerns about using this product in conjunction with the contraceptive pill.

    Detox Life tea contains numerous laxatives and so should not be taken regularly or for prolonged periods of times. Using laxatives can lead to both dehydration and a deficiency of electrolytes, which can both lead onto more serious side effects, especially if not dealt with properly. Regular and long term use of laxatives can also lead to dependency upon them, as the bowel’s muscles become weaker over time.

    Diuretic ingredients used in the evening detox tea can cause dehydration. It is important to drink plenty of water throughout the day whilst using this product, as severe dehydration can lead to even more unpleasant and serious side effects.

    Caution:
    May interfere with the absorption of the contraceptive pill and other oral medications.

    Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

    The Detox Lyfe tea is not suitable for long term use.

    Not suitable for those under the age of 18.

    Consult your doctor if you are unsure about the suitability of this product or any other dietary supplement.

    Any Lyfe Tea Reviews From Customers?

    There are several thousand customer reviews for this product on the official website. Clearly the product is very popular, although customer opinions about the actual effectiveness and purpose of the Teatox vary:

    I bought the 14 day Lyfe Tea Detox and it did not work for me. While using the detox tea I was expecting to use the bathroom and clean out my system but I just used the bathroom regularly. I wasn’t able to clean out my system the way I thought I would which was very disappointing. I also purchased the lemon tea infuser. The infuser didn’t work at all and was a waste of money. I am not satisfied with my purchase.

    My body broke out in hives.

    After doing much research and seeing all the positive results and wonderful comments from everyone I was very excited to try this product. First off I don’t know where everyone is getting all the energy from because the tea actually made me sleepy. And about the taste, everyone is so happy that it tastes good we’ll to me it just tasted like warm tea it really didn’t have any flavor. Now the big thing that I don’t understand is that everyone says that they hardly changed their eating habits and didn’t really exercise that much and they still lost weight. Well I eat healthy (clean) eat and I exercise everyday and I didn’t loose anything on this tea. I am very disappointed with this tea and I will not be buying it again. If I could it would be giving 0 stars!

    It’s the 4th day of my 14 day detox and I already feel the difference! Feeling less bloated and slimmer in my stomach. So far it’s doing what it is designed to do and I am very content.

    After reading many reviews and seeing result photos from real users I decide to give this product a try. I am currently 2 months postpartum from my first child and was looking to shed some of that “baby pooch” that we all get as a parting gift when our precious bundles are brought into the world. I’ve been using the Lyfe Tea Teatox for 5 days now and am down 3 pounds! I’ve noticed a serious change in my midsection where that pooch is located and am very pleased with the results I’m experiencing. The morning tea provides me with a boost of natural energy to keep me going with my infant and has no adverse side affect like jitters or nausea that most products may have. The evening tea helps to soothe and calm my stomach and aids in natural digestion. I am overly satisfied with Lyfe Tea and will definitely be purchasing again.

    After a few days of use, I noticed the difference especially in the flatness in my abdomen and reduction of “love handles”. I made the tea with single package of stevia in the raw and a splash of organic soy milk. Great taste!

    So Does Lyfe Tea Work?

    The ingredients list does suggest that the morning tea could mildly boost the metabolism for a short time, as well as increasing energy levels. It could also mildly suppress the appetite, although clinical evidence only shows this working for the morning meal and for the few hours immediately after- these effects are unlikely to last all day when drinking just one cup of the tea per day.

    The evening tea is likely to work well as a laxative, and could potentially reduce bloating. However, many doctors have stated that detox products are not necessary as the body removes toxins effectively without additional help. The potential side effects of laxatives outweigh any benefits that are supposedly gained by detoxing.

    Where Can I Buy Lyfe Tea?

    Lyfe Tea Teatoxs are available from the official Lyfe Tea website. The teatox comes in two sizes, a 14 day pack, costing $34.95 plus delivery costs, and a 28 day pack, costing $55.95 plus delivery charges. As the teas are loose leaf teas, the website also sells empty tea bags and reusable tea infusers. Delivery is free on orders costing $60 or more.

    What About A Guarantee

    Lyfe Tea do not offer a money back guarantee, and have a very limited returns policy lasting for only seven days. They state:

    To ensure that you meet the acceptable conditions for a refund or for more info on cancelling or changing an order please email us at customerservice@lyfetea.com. We understand that our teas are not suitable for absolutely every body type and that all bodies are different. Since this is the case, we do not offer refunds if the tea does not perform the changes you desire. We will accept returns only for damaged goods that are not opened. Due to TGA and FDA regulations worldwide we cannot accept any refunds for open packages. This includes customers who are not happy with the efficiency of our tea blends. Immediate attention is needed for any refund. If you have had your order for over a week then we cannot accept it. Any customer who is concerned their product is damaged or faulty can contact us via customerservice@lyfetea.com, along with photo evidence, to discuss the refund process.

    Watchdog Verdict

    Overall, the Lyfe Teatox consists of one tea that could aid weight loss, and one tea that is essentially a laxative. Many doctors have stated that detoxes are not beneficial or required by the body, as the body is effective at removing toxins without extra help.

    The product is not suitable for long term use; the official website states that the product can be used for up to 56 days in a row (two 28 day packs), but our research indicates that the 14 day pack is a much better option, to minimise or completely prevent all of the unpleasant side effects that come with taking laxatives for a prolonged period of time.

    There are some side effects that can be caused with the tea, and if the consumer is not drinking enough water whilst using the product, these side effects can pose a serious risk to the consumer’s health. The company charge a lot for what is essentially an herbal tea blend, especially considering they tell the customer that they need to buy the tea bags separately to use the product correctly.

    Lyfe tea also have a terrible returns policy, only offering returns to customers who have found their unopened products to be damaged in some way, provided they arrange the return within the seven day window.

    Overall, we do not recommend the use of detox and laxatives teas to aid weight loss, as they simply do not provide long term sustainable results or even affect the fat stores in the body. The morning tea may hold some potential for boosting the metabolism, but this effect may be minimal, lasting just a few hours.

    We cannot recommend Lyfe Tea to our readers.

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    1 comment on “Lyfe Tea”

    1. Ileane Quintana says:

      Thank you so much for all your reseach that you did on Lyfe Tea.You helped me save a lot of money. What can you suggest for a detox product with a weight lose product that comes together ? I work nights and don’t really have the energy to go to the gym.I’m looking for something that could help me get started I would appericate your response.
      Thank you Ileane

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