The purification of the organism through food is an increasingly common practice in our modern societies. Leaving aside the fact -very pertinent, everything is said- of the effectiveness or otherwise of this methodology, we can say that detox diets have an essential ally in infusions to purify your body, such as tea detox.

These stand out for their diuretic and antioxidant properties. The ultimate goal, as is often the case in this type of food routines, is to clean the body of toxins in a completely natural and at the same time simple way. In addition, for many people to take a good warm tea is one of the small pleasures of this life. We share with you what types of detox with tea exist.


1 Green Tea

One of the purest versions of these herbs, from which you can list numerous properties that have to do precisely with the depuration proposed by detox diets.
It provides substances such as caffeine to stimulate the digestive system to eliminate accumulated lipids, powerful antioxidants such as flavonoids, bronchodilators such as theophylline and anti-inflammatories such as tannin that act against specific digestive problems.
Green tea sometimes can have bitter taste but we can mix with lemon and spices, being advisable not to exceed three cups during a day.

2 Red tea

This herb is one of the most treated varieties of tea needing, in some cases, a fermentation process that can last several decades.

Detox tea: infusions to purify your body

In the West it has become quite popular because of its low caffeine content – making it an optimal drink for almost any time of the day – and its supposed beneficial properties to eliminate body fat.

Although, as is usual in these cases, none of the properties that are granted can be scientifically confirmed, yes it is said of red tea that prevents cholesterol, is depurative, stimulates the digestion of food, benefits the liver work, detoxifies and strengthens the immune system.

3 White tea

It is the least processed variety of this type of herbs and therefore, according to several experts in tea, provides more nutrients than other infusions of the same family and, moreover, is more healthy.
In this sense, and due to its high content in both catechins and polyphenols, white tea is able to fight free radicals while decreasing the rate of bad cholesterol in the blood.

In the following video, the endocrine doctor Carmen Candela talks about detox diets in addition to other issues related to nutrition.