In China it is already common, but in Brazil yellow tea is a very attractive novelty and still rare. It is another product of Camellia sinensis that is successful with slimming processes, such as green tea . The difference between the other herbs from the same plant is the way it was processed, fermented and which part was used. In the case of yellow grass, it is the young leaves and shoots that are used. That’s why the flavor of your tea is milder compared to others, and the beneficial properties are in greater quantity. It is possible to find this dehydrated herb in bulk, to make tea and also capsules with its stratum. In the latter case, it must be prescribed by a doctor or nutritionist, as they are stronger.
- Lowers bad cholesterol (LDL);
- Prevents heart and blood circulation diseases;
- Benefits the venous system;
- Accelerates lipid and carbohydrate metabolism;
- Fights cellulite;
- Helps remove toxins from the body;
- Prevents fluid retention, preventing the bloated body;
- Prevents premature aging.
Yellow tea to lose weight
Like green tea, yellow can also be used for weight loss. It has catechin and flavonoids, ingredients that speed up the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates, burning more fat in the process. It can also be considered thermogenic, burning even more fat and fighting cellulite. Another point for weight loss is that yellow tea does not let the body swell up with liquids, after all it is a natural diuretic . However, it is important to remember, tea alone will not work miracles! Upgrade him to a balanced diet and exercise routine so you can see good results.
How to make and drink yellow tea correctly?
To do this, just put a liter of water on the fire and do not let it come to the boil. As soon as the first air balls form at the bottom and start to rise, turn off the fire. Add 5 dessert spoons and let it steep for a few minutes.
Drink four large glasses a day, after all, yellow tea is softer than its siblings (derived from Camellia sinensis ). Don’t worry about caffeine, as the amount contained in this drink is greatly reduced, meaning less risk of losing sleep or upsetting your stomach.
Yellow tea is not suitable for people with stomach problems, pregnant women and nursing mothers. Avoid giving this drink to children. Look for a nutritionist so that he can indicate the right dosage and the best way to drink this tea.