How to prepare?
Suchás are prepared in the same way as juices, but instead of using water to prepare juices, we use teas prepared by infusion. That’s because bag teas don’t carry the same nutrients as pure leaf teas.
Mix teas that have the right slimming properties. This happens, for example, when we use green tea, as it even helps with weight loss.
Try to add ingredients such as ginger, which increases thermogenic action and energy expenditure during digestion.
How to consume?
There are ways and ways to consume, but the ideal is once a day, such as an afternoon snack, for example. It can be drunk cold, but preferably without sugar.
Avoid consuming after 6 pm or during lunch. That’s because it can end up interfering with the absorption of important nutrients, in addition to disturbing sleep. Try to consume about 30 minutes before meals. If you are going to drink the suchá at night, prefer teas such as chamomile, melissa, lemon balm, among others.
Mix fruits with similar properties. For example, add citrus and sweet fruits separately.
Contraindications and side effects
The drink is contraindicated for pregnant women, breastfeeding women and children. If you want to start consuming suchás, seek medical advice, never forgetting what is being done.
Recipe for slimming suchá
– ¼ chopped melon without skins and seeds
– 1 slice of ginger
– 200 ml of iced green tea
– 1 tablespoon of honey.
You can use any fruit, as long as it’s mulberry tea with berries. Place all ingredients in a blender and blend well. Then consume right away.