Lose Weight Naturally With These 16 Bedtime Drinks

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6/16 Grape Juice

Grape Juice
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Grape juice is usually super sweet and filled with additional sugars. However, if you sip on a glass of all natural grape juice, you will reap the incredible benefits of the diverse fruit. Grapes are high in an antioxidant called resveratrol, which is known to aid in weight loss. A glass before bedtime is the perfect way to wind down and prepare your body dropping the pounds.

7/16 Aloe Vera Juice

Aloe Vera
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This succulent plant is highly cultivated for medicinal purposes. Probably one of the most refreshing weight loss beverages, aloe vera juice is relieves water retention and bloating and helps to speed up metabolism. Aloe vera is packed with a ton of valuable nutrients like vitamins A, vitamin C, vitamin E, amino acids, and antioxidants.

8/16 Grapefruit Juice

Grapefruit Juice
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Grapefruits have a range of health benefits. And this is why the subtropical, tarty fruit is on our list of favorite weight loss beverages. While it\’s also helpful to drink a glass before a meal to serve as an appetite suppressant, grapefruits also help control blood pressure and lipid levels, which are linked to maintaining weight.

9/16 Apple Cinnamon Water

Apple Cinnamon Water
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Everyone knows that saying, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Well, if you don\’t necessarily like eating your apples, drink them! In one of our favorite weight loss beverages, apple cinnamon water. By boiling water and adding apples slices and letting them simmer, you\’ll be getting all of the major antioxidant and dietary fiber nutrition that apples hold. Then add cinnamon for speeding up your metabolism and eliminating harmful bacteria from you gut.

10/16 Honey Lemon Lavender Tea

Honey Lemon Lavender
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A truly delightful concoction. A delicious bedtime tea that can assist in your weight management regimen. It starts with a hot cup of herbal (decaffeinated) tea, like chamomile, then you add lemon and honey. We\’ve already talked about the benefits of these ingredients, but there\’s one more that we want to add to the mix. Lavender. Lavender is particularly good for the sleep side of things. Several studies have shown that lavender triggers chemical reactions in the brain that improve sleep, even helping treat sleep disorders, anxiety, and depression.

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