I have never been a huge fan of teas, but cannot also deny that these things do have certain health benefits, especially green tea and certain other varieties of tea. One of these benefits is weight loss.
You must be thinking, “Hey! Can’t we then rid ourselves of our weight woes by simply turning into a tea-drinking country overnight?” Stop dreaming! No chance! You’ll still have to exercise dietary caution and workout regularly. Tea can definitely complement your efforts and help you in the process though.
In this article, I will share with some important details related to Kou Tea which I have been drinking lately. You can say that this is going to be a brief Kou Tea review of sorts!
What is Kou Tea?
As claimed by the manufacturer of Kou Tea, it is a kind of slimming tea made up of natural ingredients obtained from Camellia Sinensis plant.
What Is Kou Tea Made Up Of?
Kou Tea features a blend of 4 different types of teas, namely:
I carried out some online study and found that these different tea types have shown positive results in weight loss aspirants. But have they been blended well enough to deliver results?
Is There Any Research Or Study To Back These Claims?
I looked out scouting for medical proof to find if there was really any weight behind these weight loss claims!
One of my findings was the observation of American Dietetic Association’s Katherine Tallmadge who noted that tea drinking is a viable alternative of coffee. Tea has lesser amount of caffeine in it and the flavonoids in it feature certain health benefits. Furthermore, a research carried out by Germany’s Beiersdoft AG revealed that white tea extract prevented generation of adipocytes or new fat cells, hence is helpful in weight loss.
What Do Users Say About KouTea?
“I have struggled with my body weight for many years. It’s not that I can’t lose weight – I’ve used many diets before and have seen pretty good results on them, the problem with me is that I can’t keep it off.
This time I tried using Kou tea and so far I’m impressed with the results that I’ve seen. This tea has helped me decrease my hunger, which is what normally causes me to eat far more than I should and snack all day long, so I think this time I’ll be able to keep my weight off for good.”
“When I first heard about Koutea, I was a bit skeptical. I just didn’t think that a tea could really help me lose weight. But, my friend had bought a box and had seen some good results, so I figured I’d give it a try.
I have to say I’m pretty shocked with the results I’ve seen. My pants are fitting looser, my energy levels are up, my hunger is much more controllable, and best of all, my blood pressure is lower as well. My doctor was even impressed at how much healthier I am now compared to before.”
Kou Tea Benefits as Claimed by Manufacturer and Real Truth Behind Them
The Kou Tea manufacturer claims that you stand to gain from following benefits by regular consumption of this tea:
- Weight loss without making dietary changes or exercising regularly (I don’t believe these claims and you also shouldn’t fall for them!)
- Decrease in chances of suffering from cancer and heart disease (well, this has been proven through research)
- Metabolism enhancement (yep, that is right)
- Weight loss of up to 5 lbs per week (possible but as I said not without dietary changes and regular exercise)
- Will make you look and feel better (Hell Yeah! Of course! Who wouldn’t if s/he loses that much weight per week!)
Are There Any Negative Side Effects of Kou Tea?
Unless you are allergic or sensitive to caffeine or teas, I don’t see any problem in this area. Furthermore, even in certain cases where people were allergic indeed, the effects are more diminished in nature as the four teas that constitute Kou Tea have comparatively lesser amount of caffeine than any normal tea like black tea or Earl Grey. Nevertheless, do take a qualified doctor into confidence in case you have any such problems or are on any medications and wish to start taking Kou Tea.
If you don’t like the pills and want some extra help to lose that stubborn fat this blend of four types of tea might worth a try. No harm!