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MateFit Teatox Review

MateFit offers a variety of products from a 14-day teatox to a Teatox Pro Pack that includes many products beside the tea.

Review overview

Summary

MateFit offers a variety of products from a 14-day Teatox to a Teatox Pro Pack that includes many products beside the tea.

Pros

  • Holistic herbs
  • Attractive social media advertising
  • Contains green tea
  • Cheap

Cons

  • May cause serious side effects
  • Poor reviews
  • Shady business tactics
  • Strict 30-day return policy
  • Misleading ingredient information
  • Contains laxative and diuretic ingredients
  • No contact information

Ratings in depth

  • Customer Reviews
  • Money Back Guarantee
  • Scientific Backing
  • Effectiveness
2.8 10 Bad
    The 28-day teatox can be purchased for $45 or 14-days for $24.99.
  1. #They also offer a variety of other products as well as the Teatox Pro pack which includes
  2. Teatox teas
    Super Goji blast
    Pre-workout booster
    CLA 2000
    Smart burn which is priced at $149.95.
    The tea is packaged in loose leafs and comes with reusable teabags.
    The Metabolic boost is to be used twice a day, 15 minutes before breakfast and lunch. The detox tea, however is to be drunk only every other day right after dinner.
    To make the tea you will need to add 1 tablespoon of tea into the teabag and let it steep for about 7 to 10 minutes in a cup of 8 ounces of hot, boiling water.
    The teas can be purchase on their official site at www.matefit.me or on amazon.com.
    MateFit Teatox Claims
    The company promises to help you get better sleep, get rid of extra weight, reduce bloating, and increase energy levels.
    Even though the product does not provide any healthy lifestyle tips directly on the package, it does mention that MateFit will work best if a healthy lifestyle is incorporated. On the official website, they offer lifestyle tips such as Exercise Guidelines and Meal Plans so take advantage of looking into those!
    Matefit does promise a 30-day money back guarantee but please note that only 1 pouch can be opened. So, if you have purchased more than one kind and did not like it, you will only be refunded for 1 pouch.
    MateFit Teatox Scientific Backing
    MateFit has no scientific backing directly on their website, as it is used mainly as a sales platform page.They do however offer an all inclusive list of ingredients in their products which was a relief to see.
  3. #Metabolic Boost
    (Organic Yerba Mate, Sechung Oolong Tea, Organic Pinhead Gunpowder Tea, Organic Angelica Root Powder, Guarana Seed Powder, Organic Licorice Root cut and Organic Stevia.
  4. #Detox
    (Organic Dandelion Root, Peppermint Loose Leaf Tea, Organic Rosemary Leaf, Organic Senna Leaf, Organic Cinnamon Powder, Organic Black Pepper, Organic Ginger Root, Organic Hibiscus Flower Powder, Organic Rhubarb Root Powder, Organic Lemongrass Leaf and Organic Grapefruit Peel).
  5. #Super Goji Blast
    (Organic Goji Berry Powder, Green Coffee Bean Powder, Garcinia Cambogia Powder, Purple Aronia Powder and Stevia).
  6. #Antioxidant Body Scrub
    (Organic Coffee Powder, Himalayan Salt, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Cinnamon and Pure Lavender Oil).
  7. Is MateFit Teatox Effective?
    MateFit is a teatox program that advertises mostly on social media, while recruiting celebrities who heavily promote its effectiveness.
    We have looked at customer reviews outside their official site, and found that many people were happy with their results, but there were also people who were unhappy with the results too. It was a mix of customer success and failure, most likely due to many factors.
    A few people have commented saying that the product has left them bloated and irregular.
    There were some customers that have noted how the company sends the same packages for both 14 and 28-day teatoxes but simply changes the dosage recommendations. Which what it really means, is that they sell exactly the same product for 2 different prices.
    To contact their support simply email [email protected], or visit their website for more information and FAQ's.
    Does MateFit Teatox Have Side Effects?
    Because the tea contains ingredients that have laxatives and diuretics, this might cause unwanted side effects. It also contains ingredients that are known to increase urination. There have been reports from customers that have had to go the bathroom every 10 minutes after drinking MateFit tea.
  8. #Some of the side effects that might be caused by drinking this tea can include
  9. Diarrhea
    Nausea
    Stomach cramps
    Increase blood pressure levels
    Headaches
    Menstrual bleeding
    Contractions of the uterus
    What Is MateFit Teatox Support Like?
    The customer service tabs on the website left instructions for the customer to understand how to properly return product if they are not happy with it in 30-days, which I appreciated. They also offer a variety of social networks to tap into if you have additional questions or concerns, so there really is no lack of support minus a missing phone number to call.
    The Bottom Line
    We would hope that a company that is based in the USA would have a bit more substance to it, but they are not terrible at the end of the day. The claims made by MateFit tea are unsupported by any science directly on the website, but they do offer a list of ingredients which is nice to see. They offer support channels on their website, as well as social media sites to follow them on which is a nice way to stay in contact with the customer. I was unable to find a phone number directly to call them, but they do provide an address to send product back to as well as an e-mail.
    Drinking MateFit teas can dehydrate the body so if you do choose to purchase this product please make sure to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day to avoid dehydration side effects. As a good rule of thumb 64 oz. of water a day should be consumed.
    This program is not suited for people under the age of 18 and should be avoided if you are breastfeeding or pregnant. Your primary care physician should be contacted if prescription medication, birth control or antibiotics are taken.
    In the recent few years teatoxes have become increasingly popular and are heavily marketed on social media sites. I do not think all of them are garbage but some have very questionable business practices and should simply be avoided.
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Written by Lauren Jones

Lauren Jones

My name is Lauren, and I come from a longstanding background of fitness and nutrition. Whether it be hiking, running, camping, or just enjoying cooking in the kitchen I have made health a focal point of my life. I love to incorporate movement, and wellness in everything I do!

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