While I’d love to tell you BeLight Tea is for everyone, of course, it can’t be. Some people are going to like it better and find it more useful than others. And then there are those who just shouldn’t drink tea or these herbs for one reason or another. But by being clear on who should not BeLight, we become more focused on who it is perfect for. Read on to find out whether BeLight is right for you…
Simply, women who are pregnant should not consume BeLight because one of the herbs is contraindicated during pregnancy, plus the jury is still out on whether tea (and caffeine) impacts fetal development. Likewise, just as I would advise against letting kids and teens consume energy drinks, caffeine, or other stimulants, I can’t recommend BeLight for anyone under the age of 16, and under 18 without parental permission.
But beyond those obvious groups…
If we think of BeLight Tea in the more specific context of a beverage to aid weight control, there are some important considerations. First, and most importantly because consuming BeLight can reduce appetite and lead to the breakdown of stored fat, it is most definitely not for anyone with anorexia (loss of appetite due to a medical condition) or Anorexia nervosa (eating disorder characterized by extremely low weight and severe food restriction). In both types of anorexia, drinking BeLight can exacerbate underfeeding and lead to body fat below life-sustaining levels. While rare and extreme, persons suffering from either type of anorexia should not drink BeLight Tea and should seek help from a medical practitioner or licensed therapist.
Many people assume that BeLight Tea works like so many ‘dieters teas,’ based on quick-acting laxatives. Many so-called dieters teas contain large amounts of senna (or other harsh laxatives), which cause the bowels to evacuate within a few hours, sometimes resulting in painful cramping, chronic diarrhea, and dehydration. This is neither good for the body, nor for the long-term health and function of the colon.
Because we exist to support women’s health holistically, we’ve avoided harsh laxatives in BeLight Tea. Therefore, if you are truly constipated (more than 2-3 days without a bowel movement) and are seeking a laxative-based drink, BeLight is not for you. That being said, though, BeLight does affect the colon by helping it to maintain its moisture and adequate lubrication to ensure that wastes can pass through without becoming overly dry and impacted. This is a much gentler and safer approach to maintaining normal bowel movements.
Finally, with all the claims of tea as an aid to weight loss, discovering BeLight may feel like the perfect insta-solution to weight loss woes. But, if you’re looking for a quick-fix, and have no intention of making lifestyle or dietary changes in order to lose weight, you’re in the wrong place. BeLight, and likewise, any tea, won’t instantly make you look like a super model or a body builder.
BeLight Tea is for those who are committed to making the necessary changes in order to achieve their weight and health goals. It will assist in the process through encouraging the breakdown of store fat, helping to moderate appetite, supporting good digestion and waste excretion, and by maintaining metabolic rate and energy expenditure. This piggybacks off of a firm resolve and follow-through in pursuing health and weight goals. You won’t get very far if you sit on the couch all day eating ice cream and expect magic from BeLight Tea.
So, now that we know who should not buy BeLight, who is BeLight for?
BeLight is for you if you’re committed to changing your weight and health and need a boost to help you get on track and stay on track. If you’re making the effort, BeLight will help make it easier. BeLight is for you if you’re ready to give up quick-fixes and laxatives as a shallow, ineffective approach to weight loss; it’s for you if you’re ready to take the next step for yourself, your health, and your weight.