Flatten Your Stomach Fast With This Healthy Drink

January 3, 2013 | By | 8 Comments

Drink this beverage every day if you want a flat stomach…

One of the worst things you can do for your waistline is drink your calories. In fact, nothing will pack on belly fast faster than sodas and sugary drinks. And our nation’s obesity epidemic is proof of this.

Given that, you might be surprised to learn that – if you want to flatten your stomach fast (without changing your diet or exercising more) – you should be drinking a certain beverage every single day. And not only does it help you lose weight virtually on autopilot, it likely strengthens your bones, reduces your risk of heart disease, and even boosts your brainpower.

Excited yet? You should be because this is as close as you’re going to get to “something for nothing”. What do I mean by that? Well, imagine burning an extra 100 or more calories per day just by drinking this tasty beverage. You’d drop an extra pound of fat per month on average.

Now, this might not sound like much, but over the course of a year that adds up to a whopping 12 pounds. That’s a lot of fat for not lifting a finger. Furthermore, it’s not likely to come back. And again, you’re getting all the other health benefits mentioned above.

The best part?

It won’t cost you an arm and a leg. In fact, it’s just a fraction of the price of those new diet drinks that claim to melt fat, boost your energy, and several other benefits they ultimately don’t deliver. Nope – this beverage puts all those products to shame – cost-wise, benefit-wise, and other-wise. And it’s been doing it for thousands of years. It’s not some fad that’s here today gone tomorrow.

By now you’re probably dying to know exactly what this weight loss beverage is (and how soon you can get your hands on it). So without further adieu, here it is: green tea. That’s right, good ol’ green tea can do all this for you if you drink it daily.

Now, I realize this revelation may not be that exciting. Perhaps you were expecting to learn about some exotic berry from the Amazon. But never mind all that because green tea has been proven to blast belly fat better than anything else. And again, making it part of your daily regimen will supercharge your health (and without breaking the bank).

For starters, it increases thermogenesis (heat production). This is exactly how it helps you get a flat stomach and lose weight overall. What’s more is that – when combined with a sensible diet – the effect is amplified. That’s because it prevents the typical metabolism slowdown that occurs when dieting. That means you continue to shed pounds without hitting the dreaded plateau.

Next, studies have shown that drinking just one cup of tea per day can dilate your arteries. This improves high blood pressure and lowers your risk of stroke and other cardiovascular events. It also lowers triglycerides – yet another risk factor for heart disease.

In fact, emerging research is finding green tea to positively impact virtually every cell in your body – reducing inflammation, and in general promoting an anti-aging effect. In short, by making green tea an integral part of your daily diet you’ll be slimmer, look younger, and have better health.

So, drink up and drink often!

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Comments (8)

  1. David Rivera

    How do you drink it cold or hot for best result ? the green tea Thank You.

  2. Belinda Kennedy

    Do you recommend any specific brand of green tea?

  3. Scott

    Is it Ok to drink the green tea sweetened with honey ok?

  4. Neal Fletcher

    Would taking green tea tablets work as well as drinking green tea? I’ve been taking green tea pills for a while. I don’t drink any sodas of any kind and haven’t for years.

  5. We recommend brewing your own green tea, any variety or brand is fine, and having it unsweetened. If you do wish to sweeten it we recommend using Stevia as the only sweetener.

  6. susan nelson

    REMEMBER!!! NO green tea if you take blood thinners like coumadin or warfarin

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