Weight Loss – Green Tea & Black Pepper

Here is another wonderful article compliments of Whole Living Magazine showing the powerful combination of green tea and black pepper and its aid in weight loss.  Cynthia Sass, a Registered Dietician, discusses a recent Rutgers University study that showed that consuming green tea along with a meal containing black pepper assisted in weight loss.  The spice Black Pepper created an increase in absorption of  EGCG in the tea by 130%.

We feature many recipes with freshly ground black pepper.
To jump start your weight loss you may want to begin implementing this simple trick combining green tea and a meal with black pepper.




12 thoughts on “Weight Loss – Green Tea & Black Pepper

  1. There have been legitimate studies done on the ability of green tea to help burn belly fat and to help you lose weight. For more information on this go to greentealose.com

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    Family name: Solanaceae
    A member of the Capsicum family, there are over 200 different varieties of chillies in the world. Having a mild to strong hot taste it is used in almost every cuisine-Indian, Chinese, Mexican, Japanese. Chillies have two characteristics, one their colour because of the pigment called Capsanthin in it and two the biting pungency because of Capsaicin, on the basis of which the varieties differ and so its demand.

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    • None known outside of the effects of caffeine. Green tea does have a small amount of caffeine (3 times less then a cup of coffee, and considerably less then sodas). Just depends on your tolerance for caffeine and the bioindividuality and needs for the individual.

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