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Originally published on November 13, 2015 3:20 pm It's a tantalizing idea, isn't it, that we could burn stored fat simply by nibbling or sipping on something that tastes good. Plenty of companies are now capitalizing on the allure of "metabolism boosting" foods and drinks.
Among the most-hyped substance is green tea — for its supposed powers as an aid for weight loss and weight maintenance. Oz has asserted that just one cup of his Tangerine Weight-Orade, which contains green tea, will "boost metabolism 12 percent." Women's Health magazine described "green tea's weight-loss magic" even in ice cream. But as scientists have tried to test the belief that green tea will help you keep off the pounds, they've largely come up short.
Other studies have established that green tea contains caffeine and catechins that stimulate the nervous system, which can increase thermogenesis (burning stored energy) and fat oxidation.


And could green tea consumption actually lead to lasting changes in people's metabolism or to weight loss?
And another study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2009 found that green tea extract had no effect on the resting metabolic rate of 12 normal weight men. A larger meta-analysis of the research on green tea published by the Cochrane Review found that green tea led to only small, statistically insignificant weight loss in overweight or obese adults. The review also noted that regular consumption of green tea didn't help people keep weight off. Early studies suggest that flavonols in tea play a role in helping to regulate blood pressure.
And as I've reported, regular consumption seems to be associated with longevity, at least according to the Blue Zone Project.


Nestle claims its researchers are developing products that "could emulate the effects of exercise on the body's metabolism" and would help people who are obese and those with chronic metabolic diseases, such as Type 2 diabetes. But Jensen of the Mayo Clinic is skeptical that we'll ever find a way to magically boost our metabolism.



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