The volunteers’ body weights and BMI were measured before the study began, four weeks in, then at the eight-week mark and at the end of the study.
The only difference in consumption between the participants was that some were given green tea extract to consume, while others were not.
By the eighth week, the results revealed a significant difference in body weight between those given green tea extract and those who had taken placebos.
This trend continued by the 12th week, with the researchers concluding that “green tea can reduce body weight” in obese people.
Published at Sun, 28 Jun 2020 14:05:00 +0000