Weight Loss Tea Health Risk To Teens

we don't upload." SkinnyMe Tea is a more extreme weight-loss tea. It is not shipped to NZ but some people have bought the tea in Australia and are onselling. The teas have already caused controversy on the other side of the Tasman with the Instagram page of SkinnyMe Tea shut down because it was said to promote extreme dieting. The SkinnyMe Tea website has warnings for its colon cleanse tea about the extreme laxative effect of the tea. It claims it will help users lose unwanted weight "quickly, without restricting your calorie intake or drastically changing your exercise regime". Attempts to contact SkinnyMe Tea were unsuccessful. The Auckland mother said the teas sent the wrong message. "It is like saying there is magic in a bottle." Farrell, from Eating Disorders Association of NZ, said the main concern was that young dieters with "an unknown predisposition for anorexia will be drawn to such products". "Anorexia is a very serious illness and has the highest mortality rate of any mental illness. There are inherent dangers in using any form of laxative product for weight control and we would strongly advise against it." Turnbull said the teas were one part of a craze among young people determined to get a "skinny" body. Other crazes included diets where whole sectors of food were eliminated, such as paleo. read full article http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/9409874/Weight-loss-tea-health-risk-to-teens