Green tea has long been known as a favorite for dieters, but why is that?
There is the caffeine for metabolism, the flavonoids… and the antioxidants.
But have you ever wondered… how much weight do people actually lose while drinking green tea?
It turns out it may not be as much as expected.
When people want to lose weight, there are two things that should be at the forefront of everyone’s mind.
- Will this keep me full, so I don’t want to snack on unhealthy foods?
- What is the effect on my metabolism?
Red Tea is what got our attention, once we started looking at these questions.
In Kenya, there are places where tribes can go fairly long between meals.
How do they keep their hunger pangs from increasing while they’re on the hunt?
Red Tea is their “go-to” to suppress their appetite.
This got us thinking… if Red Tea is that good for helping tribesman over days of not eating…
Couldn’t it help us “regular people” go longer without eating as well?
So we started looking at Red Tea’s properties and we were amazed at what we found.
Green tea is very healthy for you… but we realized that for keeping hunger away (which leads to better food intake control)… Red Tea was what we really wanted to be drinking.
There are also naturopaths who suggest that Red Tea can increase one’s metabolism as well, though the research is still being compiled on that issue.
We really suggest you look at Red Tea and see if it can help you, while you’re on your journey to better health.
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