Melting Fat Cells


I first learned about the weight-loss power of tea when my mother fell victim to diabetes. A former nurse back in Korea, she urged me to look into Eastern remedies when it became clear that Western science couldn’t help her. And time and again, as I pored through the studies, the same answer kept popping up: tea. What I learned in my research, and collected in my new book, The 7-Day Flat Belly Tea Cleanse, in which test panelists lost up to 10 pounds in just one week, was that certain teas not only melt fat by boosting metabolism, but can actually prevent our bodies from forming new fat cells.
Detox teas that combine caffeine with diuretics can trigger the loss of water weight. Just two cups of water weighs one pound on a scale, so shedding fluid can make you look and feel lighter–even if you haven't lost an ounce of body fat. Detox teas can also trigger a laxative effect, which causes your body to eliminate waste from your GI tract, another result that can make your stomach flatter, and allow you to feel lighter, even if your lean-to-fat ratio remains exactly the same. If this quick-fix effect gives you the confidence boost and motivation you need to start eating healthier and working out–the real keys to getting healthy and lean–terrific (assuming the teas are even safe to drink–see below). Just remember: If you go back to your former less-than-stellar eating or exercise habits, or stop drinking the tea, you can gain the weight right back just as quick as you dropped it.
As a final word of caution: Select only the best brands of organic and natural detox teas. Many teas contain chemicals, heavy metals and pesticides which will negate your detox efforts. I would also like to take the opportunity to suggest that you keep changing and/or rotating your brands of detox teas as this will make your cleanse even more powerful.
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You drink Morning Boost soon after waking up to get a spring in your step while Night Cleanse is drunk every second night to help combat bloating and constipation. The main ingredient in Morning Boost is green tea, but it also contains yerba mate, dandelion and nettle leaves. This combination contains caffeine and also helps you pass water. Senna is the main ingredient in Night Cleanse although there are other ingredients such as ginger root and peppermint leaf.

While the actual amount of weight you can lose from green tea tends to be relatively modest, the weight that is lost tends to be belly fat. Subcutaneous (abdominal) fat tends to be the most dangerous, as it is strongly linked to inflammation, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic conditions. Because green tea specifically reduces your levels of this kind of fat, it is a beneficial drink even if you do not have significant weight loss goals.
The two-step ‘Teatox’ program involves a Morning Cleanse tea, for daily consumption with breakfast, and an Evening Cleanse, for consumption every second night before bed. The Morning Cleanse contains Sencha green tea, green oolong tea, and a variety of herbs including artichoke extract. The Evening Cleanse contains senna leaf, valerian root and celery seed. The brand claims the program increases energy and decreases bloat. Skinny Me Tea also offers acai tea and ComplexionMe tea (green oolong tea, Sencha green tea, and herbs).

So, should you run out and buy diet tea? Well, first of all, we like that many of these weight-loss products are in common stores. It’s also nice to see that some of these teas contain only natural herbs. On the other hand, we have some reservations about them because no solid science typically backs them. Also, we’re concerned about the short-term results. Not to mention the side effects that some people experience. Review of the Dukan Diet

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