"NU Teas are refreshing to drink, and they are formulated very well. The #1 thing I noticed about all the NU Teas is that I had boundless energy all day long and all night. In the SKINNY tea, there’s cayenne pepper in it but you aren’t overwhelmed."
- Dr. Donna Schwontkowski, Retired Chiropractor, M.S. and B.S. Human Nutrition, Master’s in Herbology
Increases metabolism while reducing appetite
Often overlooked versus orange juice & pulp, the peel is the healthiest part of the orange. In fact it contains approximately 4 times the health benefits of the pulp and juice alone. Orange peels are also loaded with Vitamin C, rich in fiber and promote fat burning in the body.
Why Green Tea?
Known as one of healthiest teas in the world, green tea has a multitude of health benefits. In addition to being naturally caffeinated, green tea has shown to increase fat burning and boost metabolism. In addition, antioxidants are believed to lower the risk of cancers including breast, prostate and colorectal. Green tea studies have also shown positive boosts to immune systems by killing bacteria and inhibiting viruses such as influenza.
Nicknamed as the ‘edible amphetamine’, ginger enhances thermogenesis and curbs hunger. Keeping hunger under control is quintessential when it comes to losing weight. The vitamins, minerals and amino acids in ginger also have a strong cleansing effect on the body by improving the absorption of nutrients.
Cinnamon is a highly delicious spice that has been prized for its medicinal properties for thousands of years. Loaded with antioxidants, cinnamon is often referred to a superfood similar to ginger.
Fenugreek is a multi purpose herb with a multitude of benefits. Studies have shown those who consume fenugreek have a reduction in fat intake and appetite, lower cholesterol and a reduction in glucose levels.
Cayenne Pepper is classified as a thermogenic which aids in weight loss by reducing cravings and increasing metabolism. When you consume a spicy pepper, it causes your body’s temperature to rise. When your body’s temperature rises, your body goes into a cool down mode. This causes your body to burn calories.