Does the green tea work for loss weight?

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  1. sophia jia profile image55
    sophia jiaposted 7 years ago

    many of my friends tell me that green tea is beneficial to loss weight. and is it true?

    1. TheBlondie profile image59
      TheBlondieposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Green tea is great, but mainly for health reasons other than losing weight. It is a healthy alternative to coffee and has loads of antioxidants that help rid your body of toxins (which is probably where the weight loss myth comes in). It is very, very healthy but isn't a legit way to lose a bunch of weight. The only way to do that is eating right and getting at least some exercise in a few days a week.

    2. rcrm89 profile image61
      rcrm89posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Not enough evidence to suggest there are or aren't benefits for weight loss.

      http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/drug … l/960.html

      Sustained caloric deficit remains the most important factor for weight loss.

    3. Inspiration88 profile image80
      Inspiration88posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I don't know about weight, but Gree Tea is one of the known powerful antioxidants, so it is good to consume it on a regular basis. As for weight loss, read this hub:

      http://hubpages.com/hub/Loose-Weight-th … hermogenic

      Take care!

  2. tritrain profile image84
    tritrainposted 7 years ago

    I bet you could lose weight if that's all you consumed.

  3. ReviewEnvelope profile image54
    ReviewEnvelopeposted 7 years ago

    Hi guys,really i like this post because i never knew that Green tea is such effective,i will also start taking green tea now.

  4. profile image47
    ForYourInfoposted 7 years ago

    Green tea has been proven to have several connections in the area of weight loss. It helps to speed up up the metabolism causing the body to use up more calories, it helps to keep the body from storing calories as fat, and can help suppress the appetite. Green tea and losing weight is also made easier by the fact that green tea is naturally calorie-free itself.

    So,guys start having green tea to loose weight.

    1. celebritie profile image79
      celebritieposted 7 years ago

      Green tea is good for us from what I have heard.

    2. TheSenior profile image61
      TheSeniorposted 7 years ago

      While I don't think green tea has the power to activate weight loss, it does however act as an aide to calming the system and there fore your desire to eat more is controlled, I myself drink green tea and I have found that is does act as a appitate supressant and when I don't drink it I eat more, course my 'diet' is very wholesome with little fat and carbs - so I don't really worry.

    3. Disturbia profile image61
      Disturbiaposted 7 years ago

      Green tea gives me heartburn.

      To answer your question, it does not raise the metabolic rate enough to produce immediate weight loss, but a green tea extract containing polyphenols and caffeine has been shown to induce thermogenesis and stimulate fat oxidation, boosting the metabolic rate without increasing the heart rate. 

      If you want to lose weight, get off the computer and go for a walk.  Exercise works better than anything else for weight loss and control.

      1. SingSong profile image62
        SingSongposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Good answer!

        I thought I was the only one who got heartburn from it.

      2. adelawang profile image57
        adelawangposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        yes,when I'm hungary green tea make me get sick and feel dizzy.

    4. drshwetaushah profile image49
      drshwetaushahposted 7 years ago

      Green tea is beneficial as it improves the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates. Ideally green tea should be consumed an hour after lunch and not on empty stomach. This will increase its efficacy and also prevent heartburn

    5. zulueta19 profile image57
      zulueta19posted 7 years ago

      I agree. Green tea is one of the best antioxidant. As what I've known all kinds of tea will be best taken during mealtime. As to prevent stomach upset/heartburn.

    6. ocbill profile image57
      ocbillposted 7 years ago

      sure, there have been numerous studies in US and abroad that show the beneficial use of green tea for weight loss. Basically, it is an antioxidant and helps to keep you fuller (water weight) and keeps you from drinking soda or some other unhealthy beverage. Fruit drinks at night are not good & will add calories, while green tea will add extremely little to no calories.

    7. profile image0
      Home Girlposted 7 years ago

      Yes! Especially if you put lots of cream and sugar in it and drink it at least 3 times a day! big_smile 
      You think, I am kidding? Not at all! I saw plenty of people who are not eating properly, drink a lot of healthy teas with cream and sugar and expect to lose weight. Not going to happen, sorry.

    8. transinata profile image64
      transinataposted 7 years ago

      yes it is

    9. profile image47
      andreajolieposted 7 years ago

      Today, scientific research in both Asia and the west is providing hard evidence for the health benefits long associated with drinking green tea.I dont know about weight loss but its good for health

    10. mungkhoa profile image59
      mungkhoaposted 7 years ago

      I also use tea to lose weight. This is how I found the most effective
      http://hubpages.com/hub/Green-Tea-Weight-Loss-Effects

    11. Cass2010 profile image60
      Cass2010posted 7 years ago

      I know this is a late post so I don't know if it's relevant. I agree with some of the posts and some I don't agree with. In a situation like this it also has to do with what works for your body. I've been doing 5 cups of green tea a day for months and it has impacted my weight loss. It does boost your metabolism and it's full of anti-oxidants that kill free radical cells. I drink a hot green tea after meals and a iced green tea twice a day in between meals. It represses your apetite so you don't dig into the chocolate or chips for a snack. Hot green tea helps keep the fat your eating from coagulating and hardening and pushes it thru the body as a liquid so your not gathering additional fat. However you need to take a brisk 30 to 60 minute walk or a power bike ride and lift a couple of weights every day to really get a toned body and reduce fat. I believe that green tea is amazing and that is from personal experience. If your interested in vitamins, Health supplements, weight loss products that work or green cleaning supplies so you can remove toxins from your kitchen that also make you fat, message me. if your interested in clinically tested products that are inexpensive and healthy for body and the environment. I don't want to post a link and be a spammer. Peace

    12. loveforfood profile image59
      loveforfoodposted 6 years ago

      I am 20+ and like any other girl I had weight issues. Not just that but I am also suffering from PCOS. The docs always suggested me to reduce my weight and follow healthy lifestyle. I tried n number of exercise but the result was not as desired. Then slowly I started drinking green tea, it was really hard to acquire the taste but then I started drinking green tea with camomile flavour. It not only helped me in reducing some fat but also improved my immune system. Dinking green tea does help a lot in weight loss but again you can’t keep hogging every time thinking that green tea will reduce whatever fat you intake.

    13. Dr Pooja profile image59
      Dr Poojaposted 6 years ago

      Regular exercise and diet control are the keys to loose and maintain weight.Green tea ,green apple ,grape fruit can help you achieve the target .Read my hubs on weight loss and green tea hubs to learn more.

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