Catechin polyphenols in green tea also appear to stimulate the use of fatty acids by liver and muscle cells. This then reduces the rate that carbohydrates are used and allows for more endurance and longer exercise times.
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On the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge we suggest drinking the decaffeinated green tea – however – it is not a magic drink and you will still need to follow the other elements of the plans to successfully achieve your weight loss goals.
The green tea is a part of a holistic approach to the weight loss and health plans and combined with the other parts of the plan has been shown to accelerate your weight loss and help you to reach your goals.
The taste does sometimes take some getting used to and we recommend including a slice of lemon or a drop of honey in the tea until you become used to the taste.
It’s a perfect thirst quencher
We suggest to use decaffeinated tea if you are breastfeeding (too much caffeine may make your baby restless and result in problems sleeping – for further information on breastfeeding and weight loss please view the breastfeeding information page).
And as a very high consumption of green tea has been thought to interfere with iron absorption we suggest limiting your intake to approximately 3 cups a day.
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