Doctors Say This Is Actually The Best Tea To Sip Every Day If You Want To Lose Weight By Summer: Green Tea – SheFinds

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This post has been updated since it was originally published on May 31, 2022.
Let’s be real: Not everyone is a morning person. It’s no secret that starting your day right is easier than done. In all honesty, we don’t always function at 100 percent so there will be times when you need that extra push. It really does take a bit of strength and motivation to get out of bed, prepare breakfast, and face your daily tasks. Don’t worry—we can totally relate.
If you ever find yourself in this situation, health experts believe there’s one beverage that can change your day. The best part? It speeds up your metabolism and helps you lose fat, too. Keep reading to know more.

Green Tea

Drinking green tea as part of your morning routine is actually a good idea. According to Dr. Josh Axe of Ancient Nutrition, “Green tea is a healthy addition to your diet since its consumption has been considered a natural metabolism booster for centuries thanks to special antioxidant compounds. Green tea isn’t just beneficial due to its antioxidant content. It’s also been shown to be a natural fat-burning beverage, in part due to its caffeine. Sipping on a cup of matcha green tea is not only soothing—drinking it regularly may help to reduce body fat and lower cholesterol levels.”
Additionally, Dr. Nikola Djordjevic of Health Careers notes, “[The] antioxidants in green tea also help you burn fat by speeding up your metabolism, thus aiding in weight loss. In short, green tea is a magic drink loaded with antioxidants that can even prevent diseases such as cancer, tumors, high cholesterol, and heart diseases.”
In an article published by Penn Medicine, another health benefit of green tea is that it is “exceptionally high in flavonoids that can help boost your heart health by lowering bad cholesterol and reducing blood clotting.” Their report also mentions that research shows drinking green tea can aid in regulating blood pressure and maintaining the levels of your triglycerides and total cholesterol.
So the next time you wake up and feel like getting a drink, consider swapping your daily dose of caffeine with a cup of green tea instead. It will definitely help you start your day right!
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