Iaso Tea Instant Ingredients:
* Holy Thistle
* Persimmon Leaves
* Malva Leaves
* Marsh Mallow Leaves
* Blessed Thistle
Iaso Tea Instant by Total Life Changes
What's in Iaso® Tea Instant and what it can do your you. Iaso® Tea Instant uses several all-natural and organic extracts well-known for their anti-inﬂammatory and antioxidant qualities. The addition of soluble ﬁber in Iaso® Tea Instant's formula is designed to reduce appetite too, so you will feel fuller longer and eat less too.
Soluble Fiber Dextrin
Nutriose® FM 06 is a soluble dextrin derived from corn starch (which provides the benefits of dietary fiber while maintaining the quality of the tea). It has a low viscosity and dissolves in water easily. Studies have shown that soluble fiber can promote satiety (the sensation of feeling full).
Cassia Angustifolia Extract
The extract of the seeds of Cassia Angustifolia, a native Indian plant, are reported to have powerful cleansing qualities that relieve constipation. The extract may also increase colon motility.
Carica Papaya Extract
This flowering plant originated within southern Mexico and Central America. Carica Papaya is believed to have antiinflammatory, antioxidant and wound- healing properties.
Matricaria Chamomilla Extract
This extract is derived from the flowering head of the annual plant. It has been used in herbal medicine to treat stomach pain, irritable bowel syndrome and as a gentle sleep aid.
Best Practices: Consider drinking one 16.9 ounce bottle of Iaso® Tea Instant formula 1.5 hours after your ﬁrst meal. Next, take (1) Iaso® NRG capsule 1.5 to 2 hours after your second meal (lunch) to boost your energy levels and allow the active ingredient, AdvantraZ to suppress your appetite. Consuming the tea regularly 20-30 minutes prior to two meals per day will begin to affect the stomach's "stretch" receptors, sending a message to the brain that food is present. The soluble ﬁber enters the digestive tract 20 minutes after consumption, causing hormonal signals to be released to the hypothalamus (which controls body temperature, hunger, thirst, fatigue, sleep, and circadian rhythms). Both of these signals will continue to be released as your meal is consumed, creating a "full factor" response to the brain, leaving you feeling fuller while eating less. Always consider drinking plenty of water too; follow the 8x8 rule: consume eight, (8) ounce glasses of water each day.