Teas that you need to drink to block fat

If you’ve been following my blog for some time now you know that I’ve always been sharing with you guys my love of tea. I wrote about tea benefits here and the different kinds of tea here, if you need a recap.

 

teas to block fat

 

But what I haven’t really touched is what tea can give you if you need something that will help with weight control. No, I’m not talking about losing weight, but maintaining and helping you keep healthy. This is especially for those that have diseases somehow related to weight, like diabetes and heart ailments.

What can drinking tea do for you? Some specific teas are able to block fat, and can help greatly if you need to maintain weight or lose it. Or even if you need to lessen your body fat for medical reasons.

Here are the teas that can block fat:

Black Tea

If you’re stressed, black tea can help alleviate this. How? It reduces your level of fat-storage hormones. Simply put, it actually brings your cortisol level down and it calms you.

Pu-erh Tea

This tea is so magical because it can shrink your fat cells. It can lower your triglyceride levels and belly fat.

Green Tea

I love green tea. Time and time again, this tea has been proven that it can really boost your health. It helps block fat by reducing your genes that are receptive to fat.

 

Watch this video to learn more about which teas are great fat blockers and burners:

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10 Comments

  • Britni Baynes says:

    I love tea. But I usually take flavored ones and not the ones on this list. Maybe I could try though.

  • Kimberly Holder says:

    Pu-erh tea sounds interesting. I have belly fat and I don’t know how to get rid of it. Is it a form of laxative? I hate tea that are like that.

  • Blanche Martina says:

    Green tea is amazing. I buy loads of that all the time. After I’ve used one tea bag, I put it on the fridge and once it cools down, I dab it around my eyes and it works as an eyebag de-puffer.

    • Louise Rose says:

      Really? I haven’t tried that. I do know that it deodorizes stuff too, even the fridge!

  • Cheryl Curry says:

    It’s the first time I heard of puerh tea, where can I buy those? It sounds like a chinese tea.

  • Joanne Reese says:

    I hate black tea it’s too bitter. I can’t add milk to it either because it just makes it twice as disgusting. How do I make black tea bearable?

  • Gloria Lili says:

    I always drink tea like this but haven’t experienced any fat blocking…

  • Kristine Bradley says:

    I’m more of a coffee person than tea. But this is an interesting article.

  • I feel better after I switched to drinking tea every morning. I’m not sure why but I get a better energy boost from it compared to other drinks.

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