Green tea is one of the healthiest beverages in my opinion, and studies have shown that it contains some of the highest antioxidants and nutrients that have impressive effects on the body. These include improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and many other remarkable attributes. Green tea helps to boost the body’s metabolism which is the process that allows the body to convert food and drinks into energy, by consuming green tea, you improve your body’s metabolism to become more efficient. Therefore, might lead to weight loss.
On the other hand, a review published in 2009 concluded that the antioxidant called catechin found in green tea that enables metabolism had a small but positive impact on weight loss and maintaining weight as well.
According to an article by (Aaron Kandola), a new review was carried out in overweight and obese individuals, to find out how it was clinically used in order to stimulate weight loss. They said that even though green tea had some impact on weight loss, that the result was not very significant.
However, there has been tons of evidence found by people all over the world of how green tea has enabled them to lose or maintain weight. And quite honestly, I am one of those people. Personally, green tea is one of the main elements that helped me lose my post-pregnancy weight. I drank 3 to 4 cups a day. Not because I knew it was going to help me lose weight, but because it was one of the healthiest teas you can drink. When drinking, I would typically add a slice of lemon and a teaspoon of organic honey.
Unsweetened brewed green tea has a zero-calorie beverage. Unsweetened brewed green tea has the zero-calorie beverage. Green tea contains or explicitly decaffeinated. In general, green tea is widely known and drank for its incredibly high antioxidants.
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