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  • Chris J says:

    Green Tea cannot lose weight for you on its own. While it is very healthy for you, you should diet and exercise too. Try cutting soda and fried food out of your diet to start. When working out, instead of doing a long cardio routine, try to incorporate intervals into your routine. Also incorporate some weight training, as it has been shown that combining weight training and interval workouts is the most effective way to burn calories and lose weight. Good luck!

    March 3, 2013 at 7:14 pm
  • Eliza Minor says:

    A regular daily intake of green tea or green tea extract is also thought to help your overall health and well-being. The tea is full of antioxidants that bind free radicals in our bodies; these free radicals can often cause damage to cells. There are also several green tea research studies linking green tea to cancer prevention. Besides this wonderful benefit, green tea is also thought to promote an increase in metabolism that helps lower cholesterol in the body.

    Green tea does help a person lose weight but do not expect green tea to be a magic cure-all or a single solution product, though. Studies show that drinking a moderate amount of green tea helps to burn 80 calories a day. This may not sound like much, but 80 calories a day translates to about eight pounds per year. So green tea will help you lose some weight, and over several years time this can help you live a healthier life.

    Green tea contains high concentrations of catechin polyphenols. These compounds work with other chemicals to intensify levels of fat oxidation and thermogenesis, where heat is created in the body by burning fuels such as fat. Green tea also causes carbohydrates to be released slowly, preventing sharp increases in blood-insulin levels. This promotes the burning of fat.

    The thermogenic effect was originally attributed to its caffeine content. However, green tea stimulates brown fat thermogenesis far greater than a comparable amount of pure caffeine. It appears that the catechin-polyphenols, in particular epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), and caffeine that naturally occur in green tea work synergistically to stimulate thermogenesis and augment and prolong sympathetic stimulation of thermogenesis. It has been shown to increase 24-hour energy expenditure and fat oxidation (caffeine only increases metabolism during the time you take it).

    There are also claims that green tea suppresses your appetite. This probably depends on what the green tea is replacing. Caffeine tends to cause an increase in appetite, so if green tea reduces your caffeine consumption, it might help your appetite. Also, sugar also increases appetite, because it causes insulin production, which in turn increases appetite. The sugar crash also leads people to seek more food for more energy. Therefore, if you are replacing high-caffeine, high-sugar drinks with green tea, it is likely to help decrease your appetite.

    If you want to lose weight and stay healthy, though, green tea can be an important contributor to your weight loss program. Try following these green tea weight loss tips: Drink 3-6 cups of green tea per day and see if it relieves stress, decreases appetite and gives you more energy.

    The recommended high quality green tea is at the source below.

    March 3, 2013 at 8:09 pm

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