There I was standing in the wilds of Africa with a massive, red, venomous snake looking right at me and a single thought racing through my mind –“why in the world did I risk my life for this cup of tea?” The truth is I was looking for what I considered to be the weight loss “holy grail” - a tea that legend claimed completely erased hunger pangs. The story so intrigued me that I decided to leave the comfort of my home in the US and venture into a remote area of Africa populated by a Kenyan tribe to find out if the tales about this ‘voodoo tea’ were true.
A common mistake made by many dieters is not taking into account what they drink. The truth is the fluids you consume can have just as big an impact on your waistline – and your health – as the foods you eat. Of course, that means for dieters who are serious about losing weight - no more soda and no more alcohol … But what about green tea and black tea? Are these teas good for you – or could they actually cause you to gain unwanted weight?
You’ve likely heard of green tea and black tea but have you heard about red tea? If you haven’t, I urge you to take a few minutes to read this short article – if you are looking to lose weight you are not going to be disappointed. That’s because red tea, even more so than green or black tea, activate your body to burn unwanted fat. It’s true, this tea is being called “the tasty way to flush away extra pounds.”
Green tea has long been acknowledged for its
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