Does Green Tea Really Promote Weight Loss?

Ahh…refreshing, isn’t it? But does green tea really help you lose weight?

Whether you drink it for the taste or you drink it for all of the health benefits, green tea is becoming increasingly popular because it is full of antioxidants and it has no calories.The fact that is has zero calories is why it’s so appealing to people who want to lose weight. But does it really help promote weight loss?

Drinking green tea has many health benefits to it. One of the major benefits of drinking it, is losing weight. It has been proven to help you lose weight by helping your body to burn calories and fat. Let’s break it down. Find out what green tea can do for you. Green tea can:

  • Reduce fat by eliminating triglycerides
  • Stimulate metabolism by providing your body with a number of antioxidants
  • Improve your endurance when working out by stimulating your muscle cells and liver to use more fatty acids

It’s not a quick fix, though. Green tea usually only stimulates your metabolism by four percent, which will most likely only amount to 100 calories a day. So if you are looking to lose a significant amount of weight, you will need to make sure to incorporate this into your healthy diet and make sure that you are exercising, too. Once you have lost weight and reached your goal, you can also drink it to maintain that weight loss.

So, the truth is…green tea really does help to promote weight loss, but it doesn’t take a lot of weight off and it doesn’t come off fast. A good idea could be to substitute it for that soda you love to drink because it has so many other great health benefits, losing weight is an added perk!

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