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Introduction - Easily Melt Body Fat

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UCLA researchers report that drinking {{asin=B002BLH2OS,text=white tea}} has secret benefits which easily melt body fat.

German studies indicate that white tea's potent antioxidants switch off genes which normally trigger fat storage in the abdomen.

Those same studies indicate that if you sip two cups of white tea on a daily basis potent antioxidants will switch off those pesky genes and will prompt your belly to easily release stored fats, burning them for fuel.

Not only would you release stored fats, you could effortlessly shed up to two pounds of belly fat every month.

What Is White Tea?

Besides offering the benefit to easily melt body fat, drinking white tea has also been shown to reduce your risk of color cancer.  Compared to black and green teas, white tea contains the most antioxidants

According to a study in the Nutrition and Cancer journal, the tea helps to keep the growth of intestinal cells in check, stopping them from turning cancerous.

White tea is a lightly oxidized tea grown and harvested primarily in China, mostly in the Fujian province. Due to it's increasing popularity, white tea is now grown in Taiwan, Northern Thailand and Eastern Nepal. 

The Chinese Camellia Sinensis Plant

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White tea comes from the buds and leaves of the Chinese Camellia sinensis plant. The leaves and buds are allowed to wither in natural sunlight before they are lightly processed to prevent oxidation or further tea processing.

The name "white tea" derives from the fine silvery-white hairs on the unopened buds of the tea plant, which gives the plant a whitish appearance. The beverage itself is not white or colorless, but tends to be more like a light yellow.

Manufacturing Process

The selection of raw material in white tea manufacture is extremely stringent.  Only the plucking of young tea leaves with much fine hair can produce good-quality white tea with lots of pekoe.  White tea belongs to the group of tea that does not require panning, rolling or shaking.

The manufacturing of white tea starts with fresh tea leaves.  The leaves are harvested and then allowed to naturally wither.  From there the leaves are dried by means of air drying, solar or mechanical drying.  After the leaves are completely dried, the result is white tea.

Other Health Benefits

The consumption of white tea also offers improved cardiovascular functions.

Catechins, a group of polyphenol antioxidants found in white tea, have been found to reduce cholesterol, decrease blood pressure, and improve the function of blood vessels, thereby decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease.  White tea is also known to have antibacterial and antiviral action.

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The particular amount and ratio of the polyphenol compounds found in tea varies widely from one type of white tea to another, frequently overlapping with chemical compositions found in green tea.

This is due both to the variation between strain of Camellia sinensis, as well as the preparation process itself. These compounds have been shown to protect against certain types of cancer both in vitro and in vivo.

White tea has also been shown to protect animals from certain pathogenic bacteria, such as Salmonella tryphimurium.

Summary - Easily Melt Body Fat

Studies have proven that consuming two cups of white tea every day will help to easily melt body fat.  The compounds in white tea will also prevent normal fat storage in the abdomen.

Consuming two cups of white tea every day has additional health benefits including protecting against some types of cancer as well as cardiovascular health.

There are a myriad of choices of White Tea brands although many people prefer organic compositions for the added health benefits.  White Tea is available in loose or bag varieties.

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