Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Want to Detox? Try FitTea! #FitTeaDetox

Hello Agents!

How is everyone doing this morning?  We are doing great, I think Spring is FINALLY here!  :)  We have been getting a lot of outside work done recently, and we are re-organizing/moving around some of the rooms and furniture.  Over the summer we are planning on having an addition built so that my sister and I have our own room!  Pretty excited about that.  We have started reading five chapters of the Bible together each night (we have always done devotions, just trying something a little different:).  We take turns reading and discuss things together.  One other thing we are also trying to do as a family is eat better and exercise more.  We had the Dojang (pretty much a room/building used for training in Martial Arts) built over the winter that has two punching bags, a leg stretcher, weights, medicine ball, exercise ball, etc. that everyone is free to use.  We also have a treadmill in the back room and a volleyball net, a tetherball, and a basketball hoop set up in the backyard.  We have always been pretty active as a family, but trying to do a little more.  As far as eating better we are limiting sweets (ice cream, candy, etc.) to two nights a week, we are trying to restrict soda more, and trying to get everyone to drink more water, and juice, and water, and tea, and water, etc.  :)  Have any of you done any detoxes?  I have been hearing about them quite a bit lately and some of them seem to work pretty well!

I found one called FitTea (it is an all natural tea detox) that if you "Give us a few weeks an we'll give you a new waistline".  Reasons to try FitTea :

  • It detoxes!
  • It boosts the immune system (this itself is a great reason!)
  • It promotes fat burning and weight loss (awesome!)
  • It promotes and soothes digestion
  • It is made with all natural ingredients!  Contains organic green tea, Oolong Wu Yi, Organic Rooibos, Ginger, Pomegranate, Guarana, Birch, Stevia, Corn and Honey Powder.
  • You can Buy Fit Tea Online

You can also See what other people think about FitTea and their results.  If you are trying to get away from caffeine, they do offer a Decaf FitTea (made of Holy basil (Tulsi) spearmint, rosehips, lemon myrtle and linden blossoms.) on their website.

So, what about it?  Are you going to head on over and order some FitTea?  If you do decide to order, let us know how it goes!  And lastly, here is a hint... The pro pack will naturally double your results and your energy

This is a sponsored post, but all thoughts and opinions are mine.  

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