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Can Green Tea Increase Weight Loss?

Exciting research shows green tea can help cause significant weight loss!

From: Courtney Smith

If you are looking for a good way to lose weight and improve your health - and I will show you solid scientific research in a moment - then please read this message very carefully. It will be the most important information you read all year.

Let's start with a question:
If you could lose weight while improving health - would you?

Not through fad diets. Not through deprivation. Not through harmful drugs.

But by taking good-for-you nutrients.

We're talking about increasing your health while decreasing your weight. We're talking about increasing cardiovascular health, decreasing the risks of some cancers plus losing weight.

Now you may ask me: "Is this all I have to do to lose weight?"

Frankly, probably not. You should still try to do all those other critical items that help weight loss, like exercise and a sensible diet. We're not going to tell you that green tea is a magic bullet and the only thing you need.

But it is a great start!

A lot of people simply don't know how to pick a weight loss product. There is no shame in that. It's not like they teach it in high school. Before buying a weight loss product you have to first find answers to these three basic questions:

1. Is it safe?
2. Does it work?
3. Does it make me healthier?

Extensive scientific research now shows that green tea is safe, helps burn fat and calories, and can help to reduce the chance of many diseases such as cancer.

Burning Away Fat

Thermogenesis is what scientists call the process of burning calories to maintain our body temperature. Green tea appears to increase thermogenesis which means that you will burn more calories in everything you do! You will burn more calories just sitting watching TV!

For example, studies published in the December 1999 issues of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition5 and Urology6 show that substances which are abundant in green tea extracts may promote weight loss.

Dr. Abdul Dulloo led the research into weight loss, which was conducted at the University of Geneva. Dulloo's team studied the effects of green tea on ten healthy young men (average age: 25) who ranged in body type from "lean" to "mildly overweight."

The study's participants were put on a "typical Western diet" of about 13% protein, 40% fat and 47% carbohydrates. For six weeks, the men took two capsules consisting of either green tea extract plus 50 milligrams of caffeine; 50 milligrams of caffeine alone; or a placebo with each meal.

Three times during the study, researchers measured the men's energy expenditure (EE - the number of calories used in a 24-hour period) in a respiratory chamber. They also gauged the men's respiration quotient, or RQ. (RQ is a measurement of how well the body utilizes carbohydrates, proteins and fats. A lower RQ means that more fats are being metabolized by the body for energy.)

Results showed that those men taking the green tea extract experienced "a significant increase in 24-h EE" and "a significant decrease in 24-h RQ" over those taking only caffeine or the placebo. Men taking the green tea extract also used more fat calories than those using the placebo.

There was no difference between caffeine users and placebo users in terms of fat calorie burning or overall calorie burning. The scientists surmised that substances known as catechin polyphenols in the green tea extract may alter the body's use of norepinephrine, a chemical transmitter in the nervous system, to increase the rate of calorie burning.

In their conclusion, the scientists stated, "Green tea has thermogenic properties and promotes fat oxidation beyond that explained by its caffeine content per se. The green tea extract may play a role in the control of body composition via sympathetic activation of thermogenesis, fat oxidation, or both."

Perhaps most importantly, the scientists noted that use of green tea extract was "not accompanied by an increase in heart rate. This leaves open the possibility of using green tea as an alternative to stimulant-based diet drugs, which may cause adverse effects on obese individuals and patients with hypertension and other cardiovascular conditions."

Let's translate the language from the scientist to common english:

  1. It was safer than stimulant based diet products.

  2. It burned more calories.

The bottom line: safe weight loss.

What more could you ask for?

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Let's take a look at another study:

"Objective: To disclose the possible relationship between habitual tea consumption and changes in total body fat and fat distribution in humans.

Research Methods and Procedures: A cross-sectional survey of 1210 epidemiologically sampled adults (569 men and 641 women) were enrolled in our study. Tea consumption and other lifestyle characteristics were obtained by structured questionnaires. Percent body fat (BF%) was measured using bioelectrical impedance analysis. Body fat distribution was assessed using waist-to-hip ratio (WHR).

Results: Among the 1103 analyzed subjects, 473 adults (42.9%) consumed tea once or more per week for at least 6 months. The habitual tea drinkers were male-dominant, more frequently current smokers, and alcohol or coffee drinkers than the nonhabitual tea drinkers. Habitual tea drinkers for more than 10 years showed a 19.6% reduction in BF% and a 2.1% reduction in WHR compared with nonhabitual tea drinkers. The multiple stepwise regression models revealed that men, older age, higher BMI, and current smokers were positive factors for BF% and WHR. In contrast, longer duration of habitual tea consumption and higher total physical activity were negative factors for BF%. Longer duration of habitual tea consumption, higher socioeconomic status, and premenopausal status were negative factors for WHR.

Discussion: An inverse relationship may exist among habitual tea consumption, BF%, and body fat distribution, especially for subjects who have maintained the habit of tea consumption for more than 10 years."

Ok, let's translate that one. It is basically saying that long term green tea usage was associated with an almost 20% reduction in body fat and a 2.1% reduction of the waist to hip ratio which is a key indicator of health particularly cardiovascular health.

What more could you ask for?

Cut Cancer Cold

We've focused on how green tea can aid weight loss but a huge amount of scientific research shows that green tea reduces the risk and severity of cancer particularly breast and colon cancer particularly when consumed in high quantities.

Should I drink tea or take pills?

If you like the taste of green tea then perhaps you should probably simply drink green tea. Enjoy!

But a lot of people don't like the taste or don't want to have to drink 5 cups per day. Those people should probably take Mega Green Tea in capsule form.

Mega Green Tea is 93% polyphenols, the key active ingredient in green tea. Each capsule contains:
- 725 mg of powdered green tea extract
- 246.5 mg of Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG)
- 427.75 mg of other polyphenols

You only need to take one capsule per day to get the beneficial effects of five cups of tea.

We have Mega Green Tea in a slightly caffeinated form or in a decaffeinated form.

The botanical extract in Mega Green Tea Extract has been concentrated and dual standardized to ensure the highest quality, consistency, and biological activity.

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1. Hirose M. Inhibition of mammary gland carcinogenesis by green tea catechins. Cancer Lett 1994;83:149-156.
2. Gao YT. Reduced risk of esophageal cancer associated with green tea consumption. J Natl Cancer Inst 1994;86:855-858.
3. Muhtar H. Tea components: antimutagenic and anticarcinogenic effects. Prev Med 1992;21:351-360.
4. Toda M. Antibacterial and bactericidal activities of Japanese green tea. Nippon Saikingaku Zasshi 1989;44:669-672.
5. Dulloo A, et al. Efficacy of a green tea extract rich in catechin polyphenols and caffeine in increasing 24-h energy
expenditure and fat oxidation in humans. Amer J Clin Nutr 1999;70:1040-45.


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