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3 Green Tea Tips for Weight Loss

Explore green tea.

We should not overlook the potential of this drink to aid in your weight loss program.

Researchers have found that the caffeine and flavonoids in green tea can help to spike up the body’s metabolic rate. The most important of these flavonoids is a substance called EGCG (Epigallocatechin Gallate). It works to increase your calorie and fat burn so you will burn more calories, even at rest! The compounds have also been found to increase fat oxidation and even improve insulin activity.

Read: Green Tea 101

1. 2 – 3 Cups of Green Tea a Day

How many cups should you drink per day? Overall weight loss depends on individual body dynamics but as little as 2 – 3 cups a day can help you in your weight loss mission. That’s an easy step for an important mission.

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2. Drink Natural Tea

It is important to consider different sources and their quality if you are going to include tea as a weapon in your weight loss arsenal. Packet and processed tea sold in commercial stores are often laden with sugar – which will encourage weight gain instead. Instead, opt for the natural route. Here at Roleaf, we source our tea only from top-notch suppliers, so you can be sure you are drinking the best, and definitely for less.

3. Matcha Green Tea

If it is to your liking, matcha powder is arguably the best form of green tea when it comes to weight loss. The whole leaf is grounded into powder form and consumed as a beverage.

Read: Matcha 101

Why not add this extra boost of tea to help you achieve your weight loss goals? A little tea goes a long, long way.

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We stress the importance of health to our customers and our partners. In fact, we believe that with the right thinking and the right diet, anyone’s health & quality of life will improve.

Tea with its multiple medicinal qualities is a great and affordable way to incorporate into a healthy diet. Hence, living a healthy and purposeful life can be very affordable, convenient and sometimes even free! No need for millions of dollars. Get started now as there is no better timing! Sometimes all it takes is a simple shift in mindset and access to great quality tea! Therefore, we hope to provide up to date “life hacks”, real life experiences and everything about tea to propel you to living your fullest life!

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