Slimming Tea For Stomach Acid?
Good night. I am C, female, 23 years old. I have a history of stomach acid. In recent weeks I have been offered slimming tea which is said to be safe for the stomach, because it serves to detoxify digestion. He said, stomach acid can drink as long as after eating. The following composition when I see the box: – Premium Green Tea – Senna Leaf – Orange Peel – Guazuma Ulmifolia Lamk What I want to ask, is it true that these ingredients are safe for stomach acid? If not, what detox tea is good for stomach acid and helps you lose weight? thanks.
Good evening C, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Reading the composition you write down, there are actually a number of components that can still trigger symptoms of your stomach acid disease if consumed on an empty stomach and before eating, so it is recommended to be consumed after eating. However, until now the use of supplements or herbal ingredients (such as tea that you ask) to go on a diet (in this case also referred to as a detox diet) has not been supported by various studies which prove that this diet can provide meaningful results, so its use is less recommended .
If you want to lose weight while doing detoxification, you are advised to consult further with a nutrition specialist to determine what diet program you should do because the program has been adapted to your condition (both physical conditions and certain illnesses suffered). If you still want to try consuming the tea, it is advisable to consult first with your nutrition specialist doctor later to be adjusted further to your condition.
In the meantime, there are a number of things you can try to do to lose weight that are safe enough for people with acid reflux, such as:
Adjust your diet, the number of calories and the type of food at each meal by increasing the amount of protein and fiber and reducing the amount of carbohydrate and fat intake
Doing exercise regularly and regularly at least 3 times a week with a minimum length of 30 minutes
Make sure you get enough rest every day at least 6-8 hours a day
Drink enough water (at least 2 liters per day)
Take medications and make specific recommendations for your stomach ailments in accordance with the advice of the doctor who is treating you right now
I hope this helps.