What Is The Truth About The Red Tea Detox Program?

 

 

Move Over Green Tea and Black Tea,

There is a New Tea in Town

 

Discover Why More & More People Are Swearing

By the Benefits of Red Tea

 

Why Green Tea Is Making You Fat … And Why You Should Be Drinking Red Tea Instead

Discover the Amazing Weight loss

& Health Benefits of Red Tea

 

One common mistake made by many dieters is not taking into account what they drink. Want to know the truth,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?

 

The answer may surprise you. You see, most people think green tea, in particular, can help you lose weight not gain it … But that may not necessarily be the case.

 

Several studies have shown that green tea does not affect weight loss.

 

For example, a study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2009 found that green tea extract did not affect the resting metabolic rate of 12 normal weight men.

 

Meanwhile, a Cochrane Review of green tea research found that green tea led to only small, statistically insignificant weight loss in overweight or obese adults. The review also noted that regular consumption of green tea didn’t help people keep weight off.

 

In addition to these alarming findings, there could be another problem – if you are putting sugar into your green tea that could be a source of extra calories that you are not accounting for.

 

According to experts, some people who are frequent tea drinkers may consume up to 300 calories or more a day from sugar.

 

So what about Black tea?

 

Black tea is actually “burnt green tea,” and it is full of caffeine just like regular green tea. Ingesting too much caffeine can cause heart palpitations, nausea, vomiting and “jittery” feelings.

 

Even if you drink decaffeinated green or black tea, the decaffeination process destroys much of the natural ingredients. It makes more sense to drink a tea that naturally contains no caffeine (like the tea I’m going to reveal in just a moment).

 

Another common problem with black tea is that it is often taken with milk, which slows down the absorption rate of valuable antioxidants and polyphenols. Surprisingly, skim milk slows this process down at a greater extent than whole milk.

 

So if green tea and black tea are not ideal for weight loss what should the responsible dieter drink?

 

The answer was found in the jungles of Africa where Kenyan tribesmen drink red tea to eliminate hunger pangs while they hunt for their next meal.

 

Red tea not only gets rid of hunger pangs, but it also promotes fat burning and boosts energy without relying on caffeine. That’s right, red tea is caffeine free.

 

Red tea is basically the perfect health drink. It’s refreshing and tasty, hot or iced. It helps clear toxins … it reduces fat-storing hormones … and it promotes the production of fat-burning hormones … all while naturally reducing stress and balancing insulin.