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Laci Le Beau Maximum Strength Super Dieter's Tea Original -- 12 Tea Bags


Laci Le Beau Maximum Strength Super Dieter's Tea Original
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Laci Le Beau Maximum Strength Super Dieter's Tea Original -- 12 Tea Bags

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Laci Le Beau Maximum Strength Super Dieter's Tea Original Description

  • Supports Weight Loss Efforts
  • Helps Eliminate Impurities
  • Naturally Caffeine Free

Dieting can be difficult, but it can also be satisfying. Especially with the help of Laci LeBeau's® flavorful, all natural Super Dieter's Teas. Their teas have helped a lot of people succeed and they can help you too!
Laci Le Beau® met with master herbalists to create a meticulously blended formula to address the special needs of dieters. Their Super Dieter's Teas were created from this painstaking research, offering a delicious alternative that has been helping people across the nation reach their weight management goals for years. Thanks to their loyal customers, Laci Le Beau® is proud to say they are America's #1 selling diet tea.

Now, Laci La Beau's® Maximum Strength Teas are here to assist those of you who need an extra boost from our regular Super Dieter's Formula. This new formula contains the maximum amount of diet-aiding ingredients available on the market and will help you continue to achieve your weight management goals. Try all three delicious varieties: Lemon Mint, Cinnamon Spice, and All Natural Botanicals.


Directions

Pour 12 oz. boiling water over tea bag and let steep for 2 minutes. Do not over steep! Press tea bag gently and remove. Drink one 6 oz. cup after your evening meal, saving the rest for the following day (may be enjoyed hot or cold).

Three or four days later you may increase the strength and flavor of your tea - if you wish-by brewing with 6 oz. of water.
Free Of
Artificial ingredients.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tea Bag
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Senna (Cassia angustifolia) (leaf)2.9 g*
Stevia Extract (Stevia rebaudiana) (leaf)67 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Spearmint leaf, licorice root (glycyrrhiza glabra), marshmallow (althaea officinalis), eleutherococcus senticosus, cinnamon bark, papaya leaf (carica papaya), German chamomile leaf (matricaria recutita) Japanese honeysuckle leaf (lonicera japonica), orange peel (citrus reticulata).
Warnings

It is important not to have more than one cup in a 24 hour period. Do not take for more than 10 days unless directed by a doctor. This product contains Senna. Read and follow directions carefully. Do not use if you have or develop diarrhea, loose stools, or abdominal pain because Senna may worsen these conditions and be harmful to your health. Consult your physician if you have frequent diarrhea or if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition.

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Is Nutrition Counseling Right for You?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]If you put on a few extra pounds during Thanksgiving – or simply have struggled with your weight all year -- nutrition counseling might be the perfect gift to give yourself this holiday season. Nutrition counseling usually involves working with a registered dietitian nutritionist who provides education on all aspects of food, nutrition and health. The goal is to help patients achieve their desired -- or even doctor-recommended -- health goals through better eating, says Nancy Farrell Allen, a registered dietitian nutritionist and founder of Farrell Allen Dietitian Services in Fredericksburg, Virginia. “I am using medicine and nutrition science -- along with behavioral therapy -- to help my patients understand food as it relates to their symptoms,” Farrell Allen says.

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How nutrition counseling works

During nutrition counseling, an RDN will meet with you regularly to both help clarify eating-related goals and to craft a plan to reach those targets. “These sessions are usually 50 minutes in length, but can be up to two hours,” says Farrell Allen, who also serves as a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Unlike crash dieting, the focus in nutrition counseling is on implementing changes in eating habits that will promote health and last a lifetime. For example, during counseling, you and the RDN might zero in on bad habits -- such as late-night snacking, or a tendency to cook too many fried foods -- and try to replace them with more healthful eating patterns. As the sessions roll on, patients have the opportunity to “learn the facts and ask questions” about eating more healthfully. A rapport typically develops between the dietitian and the patient as both parties dig more deeply into the roots of the patient’s food-related issues. “It becomes a safe place to share emotions, thoughts, prior learned beliefs and rituals associated with food and eating,” Farrell Allen says. Although some people can change eating habits on their own, many others benefit from the structure of nutrition counseling. “Behavior change takes time, and having an RDN by your side helps with accountability,” Farrell Allen says.

Who can benefit from nutrition counseling?

People from many walks of life can benefit from nutrition counseling, Farrell Allen says. Good candidates for nutrition counseling include:
  • Women with pregnancy needs
  • Families facing infant feeding challenges, or parents with a child who is picky eater
  • People with eating disorders and disordered eating
  • Patients with health conditions such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease, thyroid disease and fatty liver
  • Athletes interested in sports nutrition
  • Seniors who want to eat better so they can age more healthfully
“Everyone eats, so RDNs are trained to address all stages of life and the various aspects, diseases and concerns that arise through the years,” Farrell Allen says.

How to find nutrition counseling services

If you are interested in nutrition counseling, Farrell Allen suggests visiting the homepage of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics website and selecting the orange tab “Find a Nutrition Expert” on the upper right of the screen. She also recommends using the “in-person” option and typing in your ZIP code, even if you prefer virtual counseling. “Most of us are already doing telehealth, and it narrows your search,” Farrell Allen says. You also should look for someone whose specialties meet your needs. Read the testimonials of other patients to learn more about potential practitioners and how they provide services. After meeting with a dietitian, pay close attention to how things develop. "You want to feel good in the session," Farrell Allen says. Ask yourself questions such as:
  • Does the provider listen?
  • Does the provider “lean-in” and seem empathetic?
  • Does the provider provide education and strategies for success?
  • Does the provider seem organized or rushed?
  • Do you walk away feeling anxious or motivated for change?
If the relationship doesn't feel like a good fit, don't hesitate to express your concerns to the RDN: "I always tell my patients that I want them to be in a place that is good for them," Farrell Allen says. "No hard feelings if they want to search elsewhere." Finally, Farrell Allen urges you to remember that a registered dietitian nutritionist differs from a nutritionist or health coach. An RDN has:
  • Earned a master’s degree (required starting in 2024)
  • Completed an internship program
  • Passed a board-certified exam
  • Is nationally registered
  • Must keep up with continuing education credits to keep current on the field
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