Green tea is now used in many products globally especially within the weight loss industry and for products which are used as antioxidants.
It’s available in such forms as a liquid for your beverage or for those who can’t sit still to take it in tablet form. There is no real difference between the two; it’s said that if you use either product, you will lose calories.
Can This Slow Down Ageing?
This product has an effect which is said to slow down ageing if you use it over long periods of time, it does this by helping cell regeneration. With weight loss, however, both the laxative properties and antioxidant abilities are used to assist and improve the metabolism rate of your body.
Basal metabolic rate (BMR) – is the amount of kilojoules (kJ) burned at rest. BMR includes the energy the body uses to keep all its systems functioning correctly. It accounts for the largest amount of energy expended daily (50-80 per cent of your daily energy use). Source: https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/conditionsandtreatments/metabolism
It’s also supposed to increase the metabolic rate and the number of calories burnt so less fat tissue forms. Read this post to get some hints on metabolic cooking.
As with any dietary products this still requires effort on the part of the individual who wants to lose weight; meaning keeping fit and eating healthy food are still needed. If you want to accomplish a healthier body and lifestyle, then adjustments to your eating routine will be needed along with other adjustments.
When Should You Drink Green Tea
If you are considering this as a hot drink then for best results you are advised to use it preceding sleep as the metabolism is slowing down. Any products containing this can take some getting used to and often there may be some bowel irritation for a few of days. Nevertheless, it will pass.
Individuals using green tea fat loss products for the first time should not be distressed by this effect as it means the tea is doing its job of increasing the metabolism to relieve it of toxins before entering the bloodstream. Results are obvious within the first week, particularly if you finish the diet with physical exercise, heaps of fluids and green foodstuff.
Extracts from the ginseng plant, being the (root) are often combined with green tea; the two prove to be more efficient. Ginseng has also been used in China and Tibet for many thousands of years and assists by adding minerals as well as vitamins to enhance those already being used in the detoxification process.
With the use of green tea and ginseng, you will now have more energy and strength to help fight off those stressful days during weight loss. As far as we know, there has been no adverse side-effects that have been exposed to tests of up to half a year showing good safety levels for health and weight loss products containing green tea and ginseng.