People who are under weight loss goals go on a strict diet, hit gym and make desperate attempts to shed few kilos. But do you know there are some easy efforts to lose weight. Try out the slimming teas which can help lose the flab and aid in weight loss.
Peppermint Tea is packed with menthol, menthone which provides the therapeutic effect. It provides right nutrients for the body and has a soothing effect on digestive and stomach woes. Peppermint Tea not only aids in burning calories, but can suppress the food cravings, thereby making you consume fewer calories.
Make Peppermint Tea by adding a spoonful of fresh/dried mint leaves to boiling water. Let it boil for 5-7 minutes. Strain the water and add honey if you desire.
Green Tea has been linked to weight loss, reduced anxiety, boosts metabolism and stopping the growth of cancer cells, thanks to the antioxidant catechins found in it. For best weightloss results, steep the Green Tea bags for three minutes.
Oolong tea is full of antioxidants, boosts metabolism by 10% and helps to burn tummy fat and arm fat effectively. The polymerized polyphenols helps in preventing obesity and lowers cholesterol by over 50%, considering you sip the tea two times a day. Oolong Tea regulates your blood sugar levels and lowers your cravings.
Don’t steep Oolong Tea for not more than 4 minutes minutes as it loses its tastes and may turn bitter.
Rose Tea is not only effective for weight loss, but the zero-calorie drink also helps in curbing your hunger pangs. The most flavorful tea aids in flushing out the toxins and boosts metabolism. Make Rose Tea by adding mixing fresh rose petals along with a spoonful of tea leaves to a cup of boiling water. Strain and take it twice a day for weight loss management.
Black tea contains low amount of caffeine, promotes the flow of blood in the brain and helps controlling blood sugar levels, besides curbing your appetite to a great extent. Black Tea also helps in delaying ageing process. Do you know that the antioxidants found in a cup of black tea is equivalent to a glass of red wine, 3 glasses of sweet tea and 6 red apples.
Black Tea is prepared by simply boiling tea leaves in water.