Miracle Tree's Blog - The Best Tea for Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is a cyclical eating pattern where you alternate between periods of fasting and eating. This technique of fasting may be an excellent choice for a healthier lifestyle with increased energy levels, better sleep patterns, and reduced body fat. Rather than restricting what you eat, intermittent fasting directs when you eat. There are numerous ways to go about intermittent fasting—skipping breakfast, skipping dinner or eating only during a time period set by you or your doctor. 

Intermittent fasting can be difficult at first, but tea is a great way to keep you satiated especially when you are starting. The best tea for intermittent fasting is supposed to re-energize you and limit hunger pangs. Moringa tea is packed with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and phytonutrients. The superfood has a high energy content and helps you remain full for longer periods. Our moringa tea—one of the best teas for intermittent fasting—includes many delicious herbal Superfood Moringa Teas and six kinds of caffeinated Superfood Energy Infusions

Why is moringa the best tea for intermittent fasting? 

Moringa tea has a range of benefits that support and significantly enhance the results derived from intermittent fasting. The following reasons make moringa the best tea for intermittent fasting: 

  1. Healthy substitute: While fasting, you are not supposed to consume any high-calorie foods, including beverages. You can substitute any snack or beverage with a cup of tea in the hours of fasting. Moringa tea contains polyphenols that enhance the results of intermittent fasting. They increase energy levels, help burn fat faster and support digestion.
  2. Improved energy levels: We are used to eating meals at various points of the day. Intermittent fasting can cause a drop in energy levels initially prompting us to find a quick fix. Moringa tea contains a range of nutrients that provide long-lasting energy. Both the caffeinated and herbal teas contain an amino acid called L-theanine, a compound that provides calm energy. The presence of L-theanine prevents jitters and energy crashes that substances like coffee are susceptible to. 
  3. Satiety: When you start intermediate fasting, you may experience hunger pangs in the hours you are used to eating. Early studies indicate that moringa may be used to regulate and enhance ghrelin secretions, the hormone responsible for hunger. Catechins in green tea can also keep you full for a longer time but it is moringa’s nutritive profile that makes it the best tea for intermittent fasting. 

What should you use: Caffeinated or non-caffeinated moringa tea? 

Both caffeinated and non-caffeinated moringa tea can be considered to be the best tea for intermittent fasting. Caffeinated tea might be better if you are experiencing an energy crash, especially when you start fasting. Herbal tea may be better suited if you do not feel low levels of energy but are hungry. It is advisable to consume herbal tea during the late hours of the day and caffeinated tea in the morning. 

By improving the overall results of fasting and making it easier to transition into the fasting process, moringa tea cements itself as the best tea for intermittent fasting. It can be a powerful supplement to intermittent fasting by increasing the benefits obtained by the eating pattern.  Want to try for yourself?  Try our top rated moringa teas (Strawberry, Mango, and Turmeric) and discover a new level of tea.

Miracle Tree® products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.  While there is promising research currently evaluating moringa and other similar products, we rather focus on their nutritional qualities.

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  • Hey there,
    I searched for “Does Moringa powder break a fast?” on google, and your site came up. Would you know if the powder breaks the fast? I am doing a 5 day water fast and wanted to use this as my multivitamin supplement instead of any tablets…

    I know you are speaking about intermitting fasting here, however I believe it’s the same, as a fast is a fast ;-)

    Thank you in advance,

    Vinnie on

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