With an obesity epidemic sweeping much of the western world, people's concerns about health issues are at an all-time high. If you're looking to lose weight and feel healthy then drinking Chinese tea is a great starting point. There is a wealth of evidence to suggest that Chinese Tea can increase your metabolism and therefore escalate your daily fat burn.
Weight Loss Teas are a great addition to your overall health effort, as first and foremost, they are very easy to work into your schedule. Many people do not realise just how significant the calories they ingest through beverages contribute to their weight gain. Therefore a switch to a zero calorie Slimming Tea will give a health boost as well as eliminating unnecessary liquid calories. Another advantage of including a slimming tea into your daily routine is that they provide you that motivation and reminder to stay on track, whilst influencing your everyday eating and exercise habits in order to complement ones Diet Tea consumption. In fact, A University of Chicago study found a correlation between green tea and a decrease in appetite.
Another prized benefit of sipping a weight loss tea is due to the polyphenol (an antioxidant) levels they contain. These help to rid the body of toxins, whilst giving your hair, skin and nails a natural glow, promoting confidence and well-being. Antioxidants have also been shown to help with degenerative diseases by helping to halt free radicals. The National Cancer Center Research Institute in Tokyo suggests that “Drinking tea may be one of the most practical methods of cancer prevention available at present”.*
Many diet tea's use one or a number of herbs that are proven to speed up the body's metabolism. Cho-Yung is one such tea that contains oolong green tea, Gynostamma Adaptogenics along with a vast number of the finest traditional herbs and plants to help purify the body’s cells and support the essential organs, working in synergy to boost your metabolism. It also has the capability to relieve that bloated feeling as well as reducing your blood pressure and lowering cholesterol levels, making the product an all-encompassing health item.
*Mitscher, L. A. & Dolby, V. (1998). The Green Tea Book. Garden City Park, NY: Avery Publishing Group.