Black Tea May Promote Weight Loss, a New Study Says
According to a recent study by UCLA, black tea may promote weight loss and offer other health benefits by changing bacteria in the gut.
Using a mouse model for the study, the scientists showed that black tea alters energy metabolism in the liver by changing gut metabolites. During the research, the four groups of mice received different diets. Two diets were supplemented with green tea or black tea extract. The diets lasted for four weeks.
Susanne Henning, the study’s lead author, says: “It was known that green tea polyphenols are more effective and offer more health benefits than black tea polyphenols since green tea chemicals are absorbed into the blood and tissue.”
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