Weight loss has always been at the centre of every health-related discussion. Shedding some extra kilos not only helps us fit in our favourite outfit but also does wonders to our overall health. Moreover, it may help decrease the risks of several lifestyle-related diseases. In the current scenario (on-going Coronavirus pandemic) when we all have curtailed our outdoor activities, many people have been complaining about weight gain. If you happen to be one of them, then this article is just for you!
Food and drinks play an important role in weight management. As per experts around the world, what we consume on a daily basis share a symbiotic relationship with a healthy lifestyle and weight loss. Although a proper weight loss journey needs time and dedication, there are some detox drinks that help speed up the process. One such example is of detox water made with healthy kitchen spices like black pepper (kali mirch) and clove (laung).
Benefits of Black Pepper For Weight Loss:
As per Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Health Practitioner Shilpa Arora ND, “Black pepper is loaded with a compound called piperine. It is known to accelerate metabolic performance and lowers the rate of fat accumulation in our body.”
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Benefits of Clove For Weight Loss:
Cloves contain eugenol that is known to promote digestion and speeds up metabolism. Good digestion is one of the key factors for effective weight loss.
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For the unversed, our digestive tract is dubbed to be responsible for absorbing the nutrients from food. Hence, any issue in the system may create a problem in our weight loss journey.
Drink this black pepper and clove detox water early in the morning and give a healthy start to the day. But always remember, moderation is the key!
How To Make Black Pepper-Clove Detox Water For Weight Loss And Digestion:
1 glass water
4 black pepper
Step 1. Soak the black pepper and cloves in water over-night.
Step 2. Next morning, boil the water and strain it.
Step 3. You may add some lemon and pink salt to the water to immune-health and stamina.
Eat healthy, stay fit!
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