Weight loss with Black Tea: A Latest Study reveals

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Weight loss with Black Tea: A Latest Study reveals

 

India is the largest producer of Black Tea worldwide. Therefore it is necessary to be aware of all its health benefits. A latest ground-breaking study demonstrated that Black Tea may promote weight loss. The research was conducted by UCLA and it got published in the European Journal of Nutrition. It showed that Black Tea alters energy metabolism in the liver by changing gut metabolites. 

Earlier studies showed that chemicals in green tea called polyphenols were responsible to alter energy metabolism by getting absorbed in the liver. The new study found out that Black Tea polyphenols are too large to be absorbed in the small intestine and stimulate the growth of gut bacterium resulting in boosting the metabolism for higher fat loss.

So now you can switch it up and have both Black Tea and Green Tea for more effective weight loss. “Health benefits of both Green Tea and Black Tea go beyond their antioxidant benefits and both teas have a strong impact on the gut microbiome”, said Dr. Zhaoping Li, director of the UCLA Center for Human Nutrition.

Other than weight loss, black tea has multiple other health-related benefits like lowering the risk of diseases like diabetes, neurological disease, cancer, osteoporosis etc. It also acts as an anti-aging agent and slows down the aging process as well as age-related diseases.

 This is good news for all the tea lovers and tea connoisseurs out there who can have multiple benefits while sipping their favorite cuppa.

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