My Ati Tea consumption brought on several blood sugar break downs. First, after a light drink, my blood pressure was incredibly elevated. I immediately asked my attending nurse about my elevated pressure. She explained that my blood sugar had probably just returned to normal after I had consumed the tea.
While this first Ati Tea blood sugar break down occurred almost immediately, my second bout of blood sugar fluctuation occurred later that evening. As I approached a feeling of fullness, I noticed that my breath was a tad stronger than usual. It was also a bit more difficult for me to keep hydrated, despite the fact that I normally like to sip on a cup of tea while relaxing. I assumed this higher level of blood sugar had been caused by my Ati Tea consumption earlier in the day.
After another round of blood sugar fluctuations, I realized I didn’t have to continue my Ati Tea drinking. The level of blood sugar had obviously returned to normal. I elected not to return for the third round of testing. I felt refreshed and ready to resume my regular schedule. Lessons learned: Don’t consume your Ati Teas until you have carefully monitored your blood sugar throughout the day.
I did, however, enjoy the rest of the day. After an Ati Tea binge, I definitely wasn’t looking forward to another wave of Ati Teas. However, I didn’t feel like handling another mug full of Ati when I went to bed. Fortunately, I didn’t pass out from consuming too much tea that night. Instead, I passed out from having too much tea. In fact, I believe I may have passed out due to the strong flavor of Ati itself!
The next morning, I took a look at my Ati prescription medications. I discovered that my blood pressure levels were all over the place, even in the first few days of Ati consumption. When it came to Ati, I could handle the occasional surge in my numbers, but I could hardly handle keeping them steady throughout the whole day. My blood pressure levels were still too high, even though I was eating an Ati recipe the entire time!
This experience convinced me that Ati teas aren’t right for everyone. They’re great if you’re an avid eater and a fan of spicy foods. However, these teas are hard on your stomach. They’ll make you burn more than you would wish for. The stomach acid of Ati will also eat away at your internal organs. This is why you should drink Ati teas with plenty of water before you even consider munching on any of the teas.
If this Ati Tea review intrigues you, then you’ll want to check out my website where I have Ati recipes for you to try! It’s also a great place to go to find other information about Ati teas, including which types of fruits can be used in making Ati teas, and how to prepare them best. If you give Ati teas a chance, I’m sure you’ll love them!