One of the key ingredients in Autophatea is the bergamot in the Earl grey. It is a polyphenol that activates autophagy, and also has the added benefit of improving insulin sensitivity and improving blood lipids. On occasion some people can experience nausea after drinking a strong cup of Earl Grey tea.
Sometimes by decreasing the amount of time you steep your tea or by using slightly cooler water to steep your tea in, it can take away this unpleasant reaction to the Earl Grey tea, allowing you to gain the health benefits of bergamot. If you think that you might be reacting to the cinnamon, try making your autophatea without cinnamon and see if the nausea subsides.
Lastly, consider adding less coconut oil to your tea (starting with 1/2 teaspoon) and very gradually increasing the amount you use. Hopefully experimenting with these changes will help you be able to drink and enjoy autophatea every day without having to miss out on all the health benefits and autophagy activation of bergamot.
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