5 Secret Tea Types to Lose Belly Fat

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You want spend a whole summer staying outside to enjoy the sun, bathing, outdoor sports or activities with your friends and loved ones. You also want to get a flat and attractive stomach, or a sexy six-pack when wearing your swimsuit. But, these days we are spending most of our time in front of the computer screen or lying down on a couch watching our favourite show. All these common excuses can build up your belly fat, and let's face it, it's hard to keep up with a healthy diet and consistent exercise. So why not try these teas before you start your day or before going to sleep?
More and more people are drinking black tea today. Black tea is processed through several different stages involving being heated, rolled and fermented.

More and more people are drinking black tea today. Black tea is processed through several different stages involving being heated, rolled and fermented.

 Green tea is healthier than black tea due to its processing. Green tea’s processing avoids the fermentation process to retain a higher amount of antioxidants.


Green tea is healthier than black tea due to its processing. Green tea’s processing avoids the fermentation process to retain a higher amount of antioxidants.

 Oolong Tea means black dragon, Chinese-style-tea, which is semi-fermented in the process to retain the leaves color.


Oolong Tea means black dragon, Chinese-style-tea, which is semi-fermented in the process to retain the leaves’ colour.

Flavour tea is an infusion of leaves, seeds or roots extracted in hot water. There are various herbal teas to choose from such as peppermint tea, ginger tea, chamomile tea or rooibos tea

Flavour tea is an infusion of leaves, seeds or roots extracted in hot water. There are various herbal teas to choose from such as peppermint tea, ginger tea, chamomile tea or rooibos tea.

Coffee leaf tea is the hottest new beverage these days. It contains low caffeine but rich antioxidants and polyphenols – higher than green tea and oolong tea

Coffee leaf tea is the hottest new beverage these days. It contains low caffeine but rich antioxidants and polyphenols – higher than green tea and oolong tea.

Last modified: November 24, 2015

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