Green Tea & Metabolism: A Refreshing Solution
Tea is one of the best beverages to drink. Whether it is a hot cup of tea while you're sick or a cold refreshing sweet tea on a hot summer day.
One of the best parts of this beverage is that various types of tea have many health benefits.
Of the variety of teas that are on the market, one of the teas that you can use to boost your metabolism is green tea.
Why Green Tea?
Green tea has been used for centuries and in ancient medicine for disease prevention, brain health, and more. But one of the other benefits of drinking green tea is weight management.
Green tea not only contains caffeine, but it also contains an ingredient called catechin, which is an antioxidant. According to an article in PubMed, catechin and caffeine can help break down body fat and increase the energy expenditure in the body which in turn helps boost your metabolism (1).
Along with healthy diet and exercise, recent research has demonstrated that green tea may have a positive impact on weight loss efforts (2).
When Should You Drink Green Tea?
Medical News Today recommends that you drink between 2-3 cups of green tea per day. Although users should keep in mind their own caffeine tolerance so they can adjust their intake accordingly.
The best part about green tea is that you can drink green tea hot or cold depending on your preference and it is available in most local markets.
It is best to select an organic or non-processed option while shopping for green tea to ensure that it provides the most benefit.
References & Disclaimers
✝✝This noted statement is based on independent research and is not necessarily the opinion of the author