Green Tea Extract Can Help You Control Your Appetite

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Green Tea Extract Appetite Control

As the obesity epidemic continues in the US and other nations, there is continued focus on how to lose weight. While there is no magic pill or secret exercise there is some additional benefit from green tea extract for appetite control. Sometimes all we need is just a gently nudge or a little support for a new, healthy lifestyle behavior to “stick” with us on a daily basis. Green tea may give us that little boost for appetite control. However, it’s up to you to adopt and maintain healthy changes!

Who doesn’t occasionally dream of a magic pill that will help you reach all your wildest health goals? While science has yet to make that wish a reality, some people are saying nature may have already done the work for us. Enter green tea extract. Supplement manufacturers are infusing this concentrated form of green tea into products that promise to help us control our appetites and reach our happy weights—naturally and without any side effects.

Sounds pretty great, but is it legit? Here’s what we know so far about what green tea extract does for weight loss, as well as the other health benefits of the antioxidant-rich substance.

This super-concentrated version of green tea comes in powders, pills, and liquids that you can take during or after a meal to help boost your metabolism. And there’s good science to back it up: One study found that when 12 healthy men ingested green tea extract capsules and exercised for 30 minutes, their fat oxidation rates were 17 percent higher than when they consumed a placebo.

Those findings echo prior research on green tea extract for weight loss, which found that participants who consumed a beverage with the compounds found in green tea had higher rates of fat burning and a faster metabolism, both while exercising and resting. And in 2016, a study published in the journal Clinical Nutrition found that overweight women dropped about 2.5 pounds on average, saw decreases in their body mass index, and reduced their waist size when they took a high dose of green tea extract for 12 weeks.

Source: www.mindbodygreen.com

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