A sweet-tasting blend of traditional Chinese and American herbs, Nature's
Tea aids the body's natural ability to cleanse itself of toxins, combining
efficient cleansing action as part of a weight management program.* This
special blend of herbs has been formulated and used with great success
for many years.
Consumers around the world spend vast amounts of money every year on products
and regimes that claim to conquer that stubborn excess baggage called
fat. Nature's Tea, from Unicity™, addresses this concern with a natural
and gentle, yet effective, product that nourishes the intestinal, urinary,
and immune systems.
When combined with proper nutrition and a conscientious exercise program,
Nature's Tea gives the body the nutritional support it needs to cleanse
and slim itself for improved health and appearance.*
Freeways operate most efficiently when traffic flows smoothly. When traffic
slows down due to overcrowding or traffic obstructions, congestion occurs.
The result is a traffic jam that can back up cars for miles. The same
is true of the intestinal tract. The colon functions properly when bowel
transit is accomplished with regularity. Constipation becomes a problem
when transit time is slowed, bringing with it numerous health concerns.
Sometimes the body's systems need a little help to get things moving again,
and Nature's Tea supports this natural process. Proper intestinal function
is an important aspect of any program designed to help the body manage
The colon, or large intestine, is the terminal portion of the gastrointestinal
(GI) tract. The colon receives the thoroughly mixed and digested remains
of food from the upper portions of the GI tract. Remaining nutrients,
primarily in the form of indigestible fiber, is acted upon by intestinal
bacteria. These bacteria produce various vitamins, such as vitamin K and
biotin, that are absorbed into the blood. In addition, the colon also
absorbs significant amounts of water and electrolytes from the digested
food before it is eliminated.
Colon health relies on two factors: 1) the health and viability of intestinal
bacteria and 2) constant motility to move the contents along the colon.
Dietary fiber helps stimulate bacterial fermentation as well as motility.
Lack of motility in the colon slows the transit time of digested materials.
This leads to an increase in the amount of water reabsorbed and can lead
to constipation. Severe cases of constipation can lead to intestinal blockage.
On the other hand, greatly increased motility can cause diarrhea, which
can lead to severe loss of water and electrolytes.
Q: Can pregnant women take the tea?
A: It is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.
Q: Can I take the tea more than once a day?
A: It is recommended to be taken only once a day.
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