Does white tea help you lose weight ?
Topic: Does white tea help you lose weight ?
January 25, 2020 / By Parris Question:
I heard that white tea fastens your metabolism. If so, then how much time to lose a certain amount ?
Is green tea or any other kind of tea better for losing weight ?
Best Answers: Does white tea help you lose weight ?
Lonnie | 3 days ago
As part of a calorie controlled diet, white tea may help weight loss more than drinking regular tea with milk and sweeteners. On it's own any effect will be too small to measure. However drunk without milk and sweeteners you may find you enjoy the taste rather more than the rather bland flavor of regular black tea drunk the same way.
Regards the studies. These are inconclusive with studies showing an increase of upto 12% in "instantaneous" MBR readings, which is little more than a cup of strong hot black coffee!
If you enjoy drinking white/green/oolong teas then drink them, if not then I'm afraid the jury is still out!
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