How to Brew Fat-Burning Tea

How to Brew Fat-Burning Tea

fat-burning tea – Are you looking for a new drink, but don’t want to go straight to boring old water?

Making the switch from sugary drinks is a challenge, but what if I told you there’s tea that can help with weight loss?

Yep. There’s fat-burning tea.

Now that I have your attention, let’s have a look at some teas.

The Teas

You’ve probably heard that tea is good for you. This is true. There are many styles of tea that benefit your health in one way or another.

That means there are teas that can help you lose weight – if drunk properly. That also means not loading the tea with sugars.

When it comes to fat-burning tea, these are the styles that you should be looking to brew at home:

1. Green Tea

According to a study, it looks like the antioxidants found in green tea may help promote abdominal fat loss through exercise.

These antioxidants are called catechins, which green tea is full of.

2. Fire Tea

Cinnamon, ginger, and honey are about to become your new best friends.

Especially cinnamon. Along with ginger, cinnamon looks like it helps boost fullness and satisfaction while mimicking sweetness. This will help you cut back on sugar.

If you thought cinnamon couldn’t get any better, it also has lots of antioxidants!

That’s all this tea is – three ingredients! Don’t forget to drizzle honey into the tea for extra taste!

3. White Tea

White tea is the sister of green tea. Both come from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant.

Unlike green tea, white tea is picked before the buds fully open, and it’s minimally processed. This allows white tea to remain as nutrient-packed as possible.

4. Rooibos Tea

This luscious red drink is another great fat-burning tea. Along with the title Red Bush Tea, rooibos is gaining a reputation of preventing fat cell development.

Rooibos is naturally sweet, too. You won’t need to add any extras to this tea (unless of course, you want to).

5. Oolong Tea

This Chinese tea is also full of catechin. What makes oolong spectacular is that it maintains cholesterol, boosts your metabolism, and helps your digestive system.

If green tea is your go-to drink but you’re looking for a new taste, oolong tea may be just what you’re looking for.

How Fat-Burning Tea Works

While tea is indeed full of health benefits, there is one secret to tea that is often overlooked: it replaces your other drinks!

It’s really simple. If you decide to swap soda or coffee for tea, you’re cutting out all that sugar for a low-calorie drink. That’s where the benefits of tea will lie.

Unless you pour in copious amounts of milk, cream, or sugar, then you’re making your tea just as bad as those other drinks.

Try to use natural sweeteners like honey if you need a sweet kick to your mug.

And remember, you don’t need to drink one mug after another. Just have a few cups throughout the day.

That’s all that’s needed to get the most out of your tea, but if you need more tips, don’t hesitate to contact us!

About Tom Davey

Tom Davey is the resident head editor at The World Tea Directory. You are invited to send us your TEA news and articles HERE