8. Tea Blueberry
Tea with blueberry slimming
Blueberries – a cousin of blueberries from Northern Europe – according to a study published in the journal «Molecular Nutrition & Food Research», can reduce inflammation induced by excess fat. To arrive at these conclusions, the researchers divided the participants into two experimental groups: one group stick to a diet that included 1.5 cups of blueberries, while the second group adhered to the control diet, which did not include berries. At the end of the study in the first group it was revealed significantly fewer signs of inflammation. Since the berry grows only in northern Europe and in other parts of the world it is not sold, to take advantage of a blueberry, several cups of tea can replace it with blueberries.
9. Red Tea
Red tea steeping
Rooibos tea is made from leaves of the “red bush”, which grows only in a small region of South Africa’s Cedarberg, near Cape Town. What makes rooibos tea is especially helpful? Unique, powerful flavonoid called aspalatin. According to South African researchers, polyphenols and flavonoids found in the leaves, inhibits lipogenesis – the formation of new fat cells – by as much as 22%. The chemicals also increase fat metabolism. In addition, rooibos is sweet, so need not add sugar to it. Technically, it’s not even tea – is a herbal infusion.
Mate tea is known for its potent thermogenic effect, meaning it completely changes the mechanism of burning calories and contributes to the loss of excess weight by increasing insulin sensitivity. In a recent study, participants were divided into two groups. Members of one group get the placebo 60 minutes prior to training, and the other – with the capsule 1000 mg mat. The researchers found that those who consumed mate, was more pronounced beneficial effect of physical activity on the metabolism. In addition, this drink seemed to steroids, it contains up to 90% of the known anticancer antioxidants mixture of B vitamins, and an extensive amount of chromium, which helps to stabilize blood sugar.
11. Mint Tea
Peppermint tea can be a real snack. Fill an enormous cup of soothing mint tea and smell it! It is known that certain smells can trigger hunger, others can suppress appetite. One study, published in the «Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine», found that men who sniffed peppermint every two hours, and he lost an average of 2.5 kg per month. In the usual tea contains caffeine is relatively small – only about 25% of what is contained in a cup of coffee, but you can drink mint tea to calm down before bedtime.