Weight Loss Drink You Should Start Drinking Now

Weight Loss Drink You Should Start Drinking Now

New Delhi: Clearly, the thirst to get into shape is real and also require real efforts. We’re all aware of the famous saying that losing weight is 80% diet and 20% exercise but we also know that this will only happen when we follow both our diet and workout routines regularly, which is next to impossible, but following are some easy ways that you could follow in order to loose weight in an easy and effective manner

Check out some easy beverages that you can try that help aid weight loss and can be easly prepared. 

 1- Lemon juice, water and honey

This is perhaps the quickest and the most effective concoction to try for weight loss. Squeeze half a lemon into a glass of lukewarm water and add some honey. Make sure the honey is 100% organic as sugar is something we’re completely looking at avoiding!

2- Apple cider vinegar, water and honey

Apple cider vinegar comes power-packed with benefits, and weight loss is definitely one of them. Consuming ACV makes you feel fuller for longer which indirectly helps you shed pounds. The suppression of appetite is caused due to ‘pectin’, which is present in ACV. It works best when taken before meals –dilute 1 to 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with about 8 ounces of water. 

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3- Cucumber, ginger and mint juice

Cucumber is the ingredient to trust when it comes to weight loss, as it’s naturally rich in water! Add two cucumbers, some grated ginger and mint leaves in a blender and drink the healthy, green juice before you go to sleep. Ginger reduces inflammation and bloating. While no herb particularly helps weight loss by itself, it can surely add to the existing benefits of the drink. Mint leaves help give your body a fresh cleanse and prevent nausea.


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