Debloat tea recipe

Beat the Bloat Herbal Tea

Introducing our new Food series, where our resident nutrition expert Felicia Dekeghel will be crafting wholesome, easy-to-follow, and flavour-packed recipes that not only satisfy your tastebuds but also contribute to your overall well-being as you transition through the stages of menopause.

Meet Fel, a registered nutritionist, wellness chef, and owner of the popular Byron Bay cleanse bar, Fels Kitchen

Over 20+ years in the food industry have made me aware of how important nutritious food is to our everyday lives. Having grown up in my parent's restaurant and being a massive ‘foodie’ and passionate about health for as long as I can remember, I truly believe in ‘Food as Medicine’ and this to be the most important factor for health and well-being in everyday life.

Working for many years in the food industry encouraged me to dive into the health and wellness industry and guide people to feel their optimal selves. As a registered nutritionist and wellness chef, my real passion lies in creating delicious, nutrient-packed meals and transforming health through the art of blending nutritional science with culinary creativity.


To kick off our food series, Fel has created the following de-bloating tea recipe to help ease the discomfort of a bloated stomach, a common complaint of many women during perimenopause and menopause.

A tea especially designed for the distended, sluggish belly

Bloating of the belly can result from various factors, such as overeating, gas, or digestive problems, but it’s also a symptom experienced by many women during perimenopause and menopause. When our estrogen and progesterone levels fluctuate, this can affect how the body regulates fluids, leading to water retention and uncomfortable bloating. Carminative herbs like peppermint, fennel, ginger, and chamomile are known to ease digestive discomfort. Incorporating these herbs into your diet is easily done by making your own herbal tea blend, promoting a more comfortable and settled belly.

Drink 1 cup after each meal or whenever you experience digestive issues.

Consult with a Healthcare professional if you have underlying health conditions or concerns.

Beat the bloat herbal tea

1.5 Litre filtered water
1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger
1 tsp fennel seeds
1 tablespoon dried peppermint or spearmint leaf
1 tbsp chamomile
1 tbsp lemon juice


1. Pour 1.5 litres of filtered water into a medium pot
2. Place on the stove top(medium heat) and add grated ginger and lemon juice.
3. Gently bring the liquid to the boil then turn the heat off
4. Add all your dried herbs and let the tea sit for 15-20 min.
5. Strain the tea,enjoy the tea at a lukewarm temperature or re-heat if preferred hot.
6. Place the leftover tea in a jar and once cooled can be stored in the fridge for up to 2-3




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