Q&A: What are the best teas to drink for weight loss and liver cleansing?

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Question by Sulli: What are the best teas to drink for weight loss and liver cleansing?

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Answer by Hope Houtwed
Green tea is very good, it cleans you out really well because of all the herbs, minerals, and vitamins in it. And since it cleans/purifies your body you also lose weight.

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2 Responses to “Q&A: What are the best teas to drink for weight loss and liver cleansing?”

  1. ClickMaster writes:

    Tea is not going to have any significant effect on fat loss and there is no such thing as “liver cleansing”.

    Good luck and good health!!

  2. cazort writes:

    Most teas and herbal teas, if you drink them unsweetened, are not going to harm your attempts at weight loss. However, they’re also not going to provide very strong benefits either. Any teas that make you lose a lot of weight quickly, do so by harming your body (i.e. laxatives or other ones that disrupt your digestive system). There is a small amount of evidence that tea (including green tea, black tea, oolong tea, Pu-erh, white tea, etc.) provides modest weight-loss benefits, but these benefits are often overstated or exaggerated. I have a page explaining this:


    If you are going to drink tea, PLEASE buy from a reputable tea company. DO NOT buy from a company selling tea as a weight-loss product. These companies usually sell low-quality tea that isn’t very fresh. My tea site only lists legit tea companies, not weight loss scam companies, so you’re safe browsing the listings there: http://ratetea.net – Buy from a company that focuses on flavor and freshness, and that clearly identifies what variety of tea they are selling, and where it comes from.

    In terms of the liver. You don’t need to drink anything additional in order to detox. Your liver and kidneys and other systems will naturally clear things from your body and heal over time. The key is to stay stressed.

    Now, in terms of protecting your liver, if you know you are continuously being exposed to toxins, that’s a different question. As an example, ibuprofen and a number of other painkillers can damage your liver if you take a lot of it. There are herbal teas that you can drink that will protect your liver from this sort of damage, and from other sorts of damage as well. What tea to drink really depends on what you are looking for and what is going on in your body. If you really want to get into this you could consult a trained herbalist, but I can give you a few ideas:

    One herb that has been shown to provide some protection to the liver is Tulsi, or Holy Basil:


    Tulsi has many effects on the body, mostly positive. It reduces stress and anxiety, and shows some evidence that it can treat depression too. It is relaxing. It also lowers blood sugar, and can be used to prevent or manage type 2 diabetes. It also functions as an anticoagulant / blood thinner. It’s safe for most (not all) people to drink regularly, basically if you’re not already on blood thinners, or getting ready for surgery, it’s safe to drink.

    Also, a general rule though? In terms of keeping your body in balance, it’s better to eat and drink a lot of different things instead of loading up on any one thing. Your liver becomes stressed if it has too much of any one chemical. So if you’re going to drink teas or herbal teas, I’d try mixing it up. My site also lists a lot of different types of herbal teas if you want to learn more: http://ratetea.net/style/herbal-tea/6/

    Good luck!

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