Could Tea Help You Lose Weight? Yes - Cho-Yung Tea

July 13, 2017

Could Tea Help You Lose Weight? Yes -  Cho-Yung Tea

People around the world drink tea. Hundreds of varieties exist, from white to black and green to oolong. They all naturally have high amounts of health-promoting substances called flavonoids. So they’re thought to bring down inflammation and protect against conditions like weight problems, heart disease and diabetes.

But can tea help you lose weight?

A cup of this herbal brew each day isn't likely to get you back into your skinny jeans in 3 days. But some research assures that drinking tea - Cho-Yung Tea - to be more specific, can help you lose a lot of weight -- especially when you pair it with a sensible diet and exercise. And consider this: If you swap out your morning mocha latte for a cup of tea with lemon, you'll trim almost 300 calories from your daily total.

Teas have a type of flavonoid called catechins that may boost metabolism and help your body break down fats more quickly. And the caffeine in many teas increases your energy use, causing your body to burn more calories. These two compounds probably work best together for weight loss.

Once you've lost weight, tea could help you keep it off by preventing the metabolism slowdown that's common after dropping a few pounds.

All tea types come from the same leaves--Camellia sinensis. But the leaves are processed in different ways and each tea is a little different.

Black Tea

This is the type of tea that's often served in Chinese restaurants and used to make iced tea. It’s fermented -- a process that allows it to change chemically and often increases its caffeine content. The tea has a strong, rich flavor. Whether it helps with weight loss isn't certain. But research done on rats suggests substances called polyphenols in black tea might help block fat from being absorbed in the intestines.

Watch what you pour into your tea, though. Drinking black tea the English way -- with milk -- might curb its fat-blocking abilities.

Green Tea

Green tea usually isn’t fermented. The leaves are simply steamed and then crushed by hand.

It’s especially high in the most potent type of catechin, called EGCG. Studies show people who took an EGCG-rich green tea extract or drank catechin-enhanced green tea lost a modest amount of weight (about 5 pounds over 3 months). They also shed fat -- especially in the stubborn belly region.

To get the same amount of EGCG used in the research, you'd need to drink about six to seven cups of your typical green tea every day.

Oolong Tea

This tea is made by drying tea leaves in the hot sun. Like green tea, it's a rich source of catechins. In one study, more than two-thirds of overweight people who drank oolong tea every day for six weeks lost more than 6 pounds and trimmed belly fat.

White Tea

This tea is the least processed, and it has a light, sweet flavor. Is it as pleasing to the waistline as it is to the palate? One laboratory study showed white tea sped up the breakdown of existing fat cells and blocked the formation of new ones. Whether it has the same effects in the human body remains to be seen.

 

Cho-Yung Tea

Our exclusive blend of tea is made to an ancient 400 year old traditional recipe. In addition to premium oolong tea, we include a blend of traditional herbs and plants to help purify the body's cells and support the essential organs through the digestive process.

Among the 100% natural ingredients we include lotus leaf to optimise digestion, Cassia seeds to support the internal organs. One further, key ingredient is Gynostemma Pentaphyllum (also known as Jiaogulan or Southern Ginseng), an herbaceous plant indigenous to Japan, China and Southern Korea. It has powerful Adaptogenic properties similar to ginseng, and is often referred to as 'the immortality herb', as its consumers can often live to a very old age.

This special herb, unique to the Cho-Yung blend, has a calming effect and helps to regulate the digestive system. Once these ingredients have been blended with the oolong tea leaves, we then seal each tea bag in foil packets to lock in the freshness, and pack into handy pouches, ready for delivery to your door for you to enjoy!

Cho-Yung, Slimming Tea Ingredients

The main ingredients in Cho-Yung Slimming Tea are; Oolong Tea, Lotus Leaf, Southern Ginseng, Cassia Seeds, Hemp Seeds, Honeysuckle and Stevia. All these ingredients work in synergy together so much better than they could if you were to have them on their own, which is what makes Cho-Yung Tea so unique. Along with the slimming properties of this tea, each individual ingredient has a raft of health benefits, from digestion optimisation to natural energy boosting to clearer skin and stronger nails.

Drinking Cho-Yung Weight Loss Tea will help you to feel fresh and cleansed, which often means you do not fancy eating fatty or sweet foods, undoing all your weight-loss work. Small changes to your diet such as picking low fat options of the same foods or cutting down the amount of crisps and chocolate you eat to the occasional treat can make all the difference. It is easy to make little changes to your exercise too; walk up the escalators instead of standing, go for a 15 minute walk at lunch instead of sitting in the staff room, or do a few simple stretches when you get out of bed in the morning. With these small changes and drinking 2 cups of our slimming tea a day you can enjoy a slimmer life.

The Final Word on Tea

If you like a cup of tea with your morning toast or afternoon snack or on its own, enjoy it. It’s safe to drink as long as the caffeine doesn't make you jumpy. And it has a number of possible health benefits, including protection from cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

One of Cho-Yung Tea's key ingredients is the so-called 'longevity herb' called gynostemma pentaphyllum. A mouthful to say, but it has truly remarkable qualities, as shown in a recent clinical study.

Two cups of Cho-Yung Tea tea each day, will give you a long push toward your weight-loss goals. Just don't expect miracles to come in just one teacup. Real weight loss requires a whole lifestyle approach that includes diet changes and activity.

 

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