Fit Life Tea Review – Can You Actually Detox With Tea?

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By Leslie Waterson

Reviewed by Juliana Tamayo, MS, RDN - Last Updated


In case you haven’t heard, teatoxes are the latest thing in the detox world. (Detox + tea = teatox. Cute, right?) Of course, there are tons of choices out there; detox teas are all over the place and make plenty of potentially outrageous claims, for weight loss, health, and more.

As a company, Fit Life Tea stands out among the rest for at least a couple of reasons, which we will look at. But when it comes to the actual product, the real question is: why is Fit Life’s detox tea different from any others—or is it?

About Fit Life Teatox

One thing that immediately stands out about Fit Life’s teatox is that it’s certified organic. Not only does that lend credibility to Fit Life’s claims, it shows the company’s dedication to high-quality ingredients. Sure, there are other organic teas out there, but it takes a lot of paperwork and red tape navigation to get the certification. So if Fit Life has gone through all that to get it, it means they’re serious about healthy products.

After all, any company can claim “all-natural” ingredients and it essentially means nothing. At least Fit Life claims to use all-natural ingredients and has the organic symbol to back it up.

Fit Life Tea

The second thing that stands out about Fit Life Tea is that they specifically leave out any harsh ingredients such as laxatives that some tea companies use for detox. In fact, the founder’s story is posted on their website, detailing her history with digestive issues and body image concerns.

She dug into the concept of detoxing but was disappointed to discover that many teatoxes contain those ingredients that aren’t really beneficial long term. So she set out to create a healthy teatox that would detox and reduce bloating naturally, and that’s how Fit Life Tea got its start.

Fit Life Tea Ingredients


The ingredient profile in Fit Life Teatox is rather small compared to others. According to the website, here is the complete list:

  • Organic Hibiscus. Hibiscus tea is well-known for its many benefits, not the least of which include lowering blood pressure and blood sugar, reducing menstrual cramps, helping with digestion and weight loss, boosting the immune system with vitamin C, improving liver health, and even reducing depression.

  • Organic Rosehips. Similar to hibiscus, rosehips are good for the immune system with all their antioxidants, help with weight loss and digestive health, and provide a healthy amount of vitamin C. In addition, rosehips help fight diseases such as diabetes and heart disease and may even help to prevent ageing of the skin.

  • Organic Apple. An interesting and flavorful choice for tea, apple is always good for the body. (That “keeps the doctor away” saying didn’t get popular for no reason!) Apples are full of antioxidants and help fight diseases as well as lowering cholesterol and providing many nutrients. Besides, apples help with weight loss by positively affecting the good bacteria in the digestive system, so it makes sense that they’re included.

  • Organic Allspice. If this ingredient list is starting to sound really tasty, like some holiday dessert, allspice is a big part of the reason. Allspice has tons of health benefits, such as improving digestion, boosting the immune system, providing antioxidants, and fighting disease. Additionally, allspice is loaded with iron, which is especially beneficial for women. It acts as a stimulant, boosting energy levels and improving exercise performance. Like rosehips, allspice is also known for slowing down the effects of ageing.

  • Organic/Natural Flavors. The only other ingredient listed is the ambiguous natural flavour, so who knows what that actually refers to. But with Fit Life’s apparent commitment to health and quality ingredients, they are most likely healthy flavourings as well.

This combination of ingredients sounds like a good way to jump-start your weight loss by improving digestion, reducing bloating, and increasing energy naturally. There is no caffeine in this teatox, unlike other detoxes such as FitTea 14 Day Detox. Aside from the unknown “flavours,” Fit Life Tea’s ingredient list gets an A+.

Fit Life Benefits


Besides the above-listed benefits for each ingredient, the Fit Life Teatox blend boosts metabolism and increases energy in addition to cleansing the digestive system and reducing bloat. With all its antioxidants and disease-fighting properties, the benefits list is pretty long.

Besides the actual tea benefits, however, Fit Life has a pretty cool website. Their “communitea” offers an email newsletter with fitness and health tips, and their blog offers exercise articles and recipes that are healthy and delicious. Fit Life is truly committed to helping people build a healthier lifestyle.

And if that’s not cool enough, Fit Life partners with three charities, donating 1% of each purchase to the charity of the customer’s choice. And the charities provide things like clean water and wildlife conservation, so they’re serious. Fit Life is obviously a company that gives back, so you know they have their heads on straight.

Does Fit Life Teatox Work?

Just like everything, there is those Fit Life Teatox works for and those it doesn’t. While Fit Life’s website doesn’t have tons of reviews, the ones that are there are pretty positive, whether they focus on the taste, energy boost, digestive help, or weight loss. In fact, there aren’t any reviews below three stars, so that’s a good sign.

Some customers have mentioned that they can tell a difference in the way they feel even after just a few days, so if that’s the case, the tea is definitely working in some way. The only thing that’s a bit strange is that the most recent review is from 2018, and some go back to 2017. That begs the question: are people not writing reviews for it lately, or has there been a decrease in purchases? There’s no way to know, but you can always give the tea a try and write a review yourself.

Claims vs. Reality

As with anything natural, you basically have to try it and see if it works for you individually. On the other hand, results vary from person to person even with synthetic substances, so you just have to see how your body responds. There’s a good chance that you’ll experience at least one of the benefits, and at worst, you’ll have a good-tasting fruity tea to drink!

Fit Life Teatox Safety and Side Effects/Studies

While it doesn’t seem that anyone has performed studies on Fit Life Teas, there are numerous articles and sites dedicated to providing information on each of the ingredients. Allspice, for example, can slow blood clotting, so it’s best to avoid it before surgery. However, the amounts of each ingredient in the teatox aren’t enough to cause any trouble—unless you’re allergic to one of them.

Who is Fit Life Teatox Best for?

Fit Life Tea is good for anyone who may feel sluggish or run down, like you need an energy boost, or would like to give your digestive system a bit of a reboot. It’s also good as a complement to a healthy diet and exercise routine, completing the profile for a “fit” lifestyle.

Where to Buy & Costs


Fit Life Teas are only available on their website, The Organic Teatox comes in a 14-day supply for $36.99 and a 28-day supply for $54.99, so they’re not the cheapest teas you’ll ever find. However, Fit Life is probably worth the price due to its high-quality organic ingredients; you know you’re drinking something healthy.


Even if you don’t see any weight-loss benefits or notice a reduction in bloating or an increase in energy, you can relax knowing that the ingredients in Fit Life Teatox come from a good source and will benefit you in some way. After all, no one ever got too many antioxidants or complained that they felt too healthy!

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Leslie Waterson

Leslie has been passionately involved in the health and fitness industries for over a decade. She is constantly reviewing the latest scientific research and studies in order to take a research-backed approach to lifestyle optimization. Her main areas of interest include nutrition and supplementation. Leslie shares her findings on Fitness Clone to help other health enthusiasts choose the products and routines that will help them achieve their goals.