Green Tea and Metabolism

Over the last several years, green tea has become incredibly popular. Now while it is not nearly as popular as say American’s favorite drink coffee, there really is no disputing the healthful and nutritional benefits of this well enjoyed Asian drink. Green tea is highly touted to help ease the symptoms of chronic diseases. Very recently, however, it has become more and more popular as a method to increase metabolism, which will assist in losing weight.

In the many studies that have been preformed concerning green tea and metabolism it has been shown to increase metabolic rates while also improving fat oxidation. Chemicals in green tea have been shown to cause thermogenic properties to occur and have been able to make fat oxidation more efficient.

In many studies that have been preformed consuming green tea can assist in increasing the rate of metabolism while also increasing the rate of fat oxidation. Consuming it to help accomplish this process instead of drinks like soda and coffee is a much more healthy choice just remember when you are looking to lose weight in a method such as this you first need to speak with your health care provider to make sure that they will not cause any unwanted side effects.

If you are an obese individual it is very likely that they will not see as good as results as someone who is just mildly overweight. However while consuming green tea is very unlikely to be the miracle cure for overweight people it can still be a very helpful drink choice. Consuming the tea in liquid or capsule can help assist in decreasing the chances of a person developing some ailments such as cancer, strokes and heart disease.

What are you waiting for? If you are looking for a healthful change in your life that will help assist in improving the rate of metabolism in your body then the mixture of green tea and metabolism is just the combination that could meet your needs.

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Posted on May 21, 2011, in Articles and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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