Physique shaping for summer time: what’s an “indoor bathe”, this supposedly “miracle drink” that panics TikTok?

All the means seem to be good for carving out the famous summer body we hear about every summer, despite the multitude of self-acceptance movements. Prohibitions are definitely hard to die for, as the latest miracle drink circulating on social media would allow you to afford accelerated detoxification, but also to lose weight, in a few sips.

There was a champagne shower, well known to motorsport fans, now there is an ‘indoor shower’ – or ‘indoor shower’, much less glamorous, which would promote intestinal transit and improve digestion. The virtues that seem to fill with joy the users of TikTok, who in less than a month turned the lambda drink into a detox drink. The terms #internalshower and #internalshowerdrink together collected more than 60 million views on the Chinese social network, which testifies to the interest of users in this alleged miraculous method.

Famous nutritionist

The origin of the ‘inner shower’ is attributed to others. Daryl Gioffre, a nutritionist for many American celebrities, who first spoke about it in the podcast “The Skinny Confidential Him & Her” to address the thorny topic of prison. . The drink, unlike the diversion of some TikTokeurs, would therefore not be used for weight loss, but to improve intestinal health and digestion. All this probably allows some users to feel free of weight, regardless of any fat.

Contrary to what one might think, an ‘indoor shower’ is absolutely not complicated to achieve, as it only requires water, lemon juice and chia seeds. Ingredients are available to everyone, some of whom are already known for their effectiveness against constipation. To make this drink successful, simply mix the juice of half a lemon, equivalent to a cup of water, and two tablespoons of chia seeds and let it stand for a few minutes.

This time period would allow the chia seeds to swell to produce an almost gelatinous drink, which is more unanimous in its virtues than in taste. The texture would help hydrate the intestinal mucosa, but the fiber and omega-3 seed content would primarily alleviate constipation. However, contrary to what many TickTokeurs suggest, the effects are neither miraculous nor instantaneous.

Long-term effects

Faced with numerous diversions of his drink on social media, Dr Daryl Gioffre recently posted a nearly 10-minute video detailing the benefits of an ‘indoor shower’, recalling some practical information to keep it from becoming harmful to health. He clearly says that two spoons of chia seeds are enough, that the drink does not need to be left to stand for more than 10 minutes, and that it is possible to add sea salt.

The specialist, who claims that he created this drink a few years ago to alleviate his intestinal problems, explains that the method is not miraculous and must be used in the long run.

Regularly consumed, not only would facilitate transit, but would also increase energy and sleep quality. When asked by numerous American media, nutritionists pointed out that the mixture is safe and could really provide fiber, vitamin C and antioxidants, but without miraculous results, even less for those who want to lose weight.

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