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How Beneficial Is The Teatox Diet To You?

Updated on February 19, 2016
Learn more about teatox diet
Learn more about teatox diet


A teatox is a blend of tea and detox. A teatox diet is not something new, in fact; a lot of people have been practicing this kind of mix even before the term was made popular. The highly favored tea that most dieters have patronized is the green tea and the black tea. These teas have gained momentum in the diet and weight loss industry because of it’s promised to lose weight.

Detoxification, on the other hand, is getting rid of the unhealthy substances or impurities in the body. It is more of blood cleansing.

Health Promoting Effects of Green Tea

According to research, the health promoting effects of the green tea are due to its natural property called polyphenol – the flavanol and flavonols or catechin. The fresh, dry leaf of green tea leaves contains at least 30% of the polyphenol. Polyphenol is potent antioxidants, which may reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases.

In fact, many studies can support the claim. The evidence-based outcomes of the green tea to a lot of diseases and illness were enormous. Experts linked the consumption of green tea to many health benefits, including many types of cancer, such as lung, colon, esophagus, mouth, stomach, intestine, kidney, pancreas and breast.

Teatox Diet and Weight Loss?

Among the four type of catechin that is found in the green tea, it is the epigallocatechin gallate or EGCG that is beneficial in the weight loss management.

The epigallocatechin gallate or EGCG in green tea is known to have antiobesity and diabetes effects. According to research, “Beneficial effects of green tea: A literature review," authors, Chacko, S., et al., the consumption of green tea catechins, caffeine and calcium increase the 24-hour energy expenditure by 4.6%. Directly, more calories are burned with an increase of energy expenditure. (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2855614/).

Moreover, the research highlighted the result from a study on the effects of green tea on weight loss management. It stated that the consumption of green tea and green tea extracts may help reduce body weight, specifically the body fats, by increasing the postprandial thermogenesis or the rate at which the food is broken down after a meal, and utilized by the body, as well as fat oxidation.

Over Consumption of Green Tea

However, over indulge green tea catechins may not be good for the body as well. Green tea contains caffeine, and aluminium, which, when taken in large amounts can harm the body. Also, tea catechins can also affect the absorption of iron. With these three factors, it is safe to consume green tea, according to the required daily allowance, which is according to experts at least 2-3 cups daily.

Pregnant women, lactating mothers and those with who are suffering from heart problems, are cautioned to drink more than the recommended daily allowance of the tea. Alternatively, a sound advice from your doctor is necessary before drinking green tea and trying out the teatox diet. Too much caffeine causes palpitation and malabsorption of iron.

Inclusion, green tea when taken according to the recommended daily allowance is good for your health. It has a natural property to boost the immune system, cleanse the body of the impurities, and it can aid in the reduction of weight. However, for the teatox diet to be effective, you also need to maintain a healthy diet, do a regular exercise and have enough rest to appreciate the results.

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