Need to detox your body? Here’s how

When you quit sugar, you quit eating crap. Period.” this little quote by Sarah Wilson from I quit sugar, Is very simple and very true. I know I don’t need to tell you why having sugar is a bad idea, why it isn’t a good choice for your health or longevity so I’ll move on to a few helpful ideas and tips on how to curb the sugar cravings!


 

iqsI Quit Sugar 8 week program – Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you know who Sarah Wilson is. The creator of I Quit Sugar has a great 8 week program that will see you keep off the sugar train long after you have finished the 8 week program. Each week, they give you a range of fuss-free meals that are densely nutritious with minimal wastage. The next program starts on the 4th of February to get everyone starting the New year the right way. CLICK HERE TO JOIN 


 

Tea – Herbal tea is a great option when you need to stop or divert a sugar craving. Sugar freMadelynRosePhotography-MummyTea-ProductShots-Detox-3e and loaded with amazing health benefits there are plenty of types to try. Mummy Tea’s Detox tea is the perfect brew to helping you towards your goal. St Mary’s thistle, Dandelion root and calendula are just a few of the ingredients that will help your body detoxify, aid digestion and kick start the metabolism. Buy our Detox tea here


 

Bare body Co. Detox Scrub – Loaded with Green Tea & Peppermint this beautiful body scrub will leave you feeling tingly, refreshed and silky smooth! Word on the street is that websize_04Green Tea can help acne and inflammation. It contains antioxidants that help to fight off damage to your skin caused by free radicals such as sun exposure. The combination of Green Tea and Celtic Sea Salt can help with muscle aches and pains, whilst drawing out impurities, which aids the detoxification process. This scrub is divine and your body will love you for it! ORDER YOUR DETOX BODY SCRUB HERE


 

Instagram and Facebook – I am truly amazed by the amount of gifted people out there who are more instagramthen happy to share their knowledge of health and Nutrition through social media platforms. Follow your favourites and use their recipes, health and exercise tips. Generally you can pick up enough info to get buy without subscribing if you are trying to save some money after the holidays! Some of my favourite’s to follow are: Cookrepublic / Well Nourished / The merry maker sisters all give you healthy, yummy recipes to try at home.


 

Sharny and Julius –  This beautiful couple have been helping mums for2 a decade to take control of their bodies, minds and fitness with their online programs. Either during pregnancy or after Sharny and Julius will keep you happy and healthy. With workouts for busy mums to do at home No equipment necessary, 3 eating options and lifetime access to the program you will be sure to love it. Also perfect for your hubby to join as well with the Fit dad online program. Visit the website today to see which program would suit you best!


 

Febfast – Febfast is the great Australian pause from alcohol or sugar, in support of young people facing imagesserious disadvantage. You’ll give up alcohol or sugar for the month of February and raise vital funds for youth support programs across the country. When you sign up for febfast, you’ll join a community of thousands. And, as a registered febfaster, they send you exclusive recipes, meal plans and advice throughout the month to help you stay on track. Although we are already a few days into February it’s not to late to register! question now is which do you give up, Alcohol or sugar? Visit the website to find out more.


 

I’ve always liked the Quote “We are, what we eat”. Eat bad food feel like crap, eat good food feel like GI Jane!

Peace out, harmful toxins.

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NOTE: This blog is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified healthcare practitioner. All information contained in this blog is the opinion of mummy tea and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Consult your prenatal care provider to discuss using any herbal products during your pregnancy.

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