Drink Tea With A High Carbohydrates Meal
The Best Time to Drink Green Tea for weight loss when you consume starchy or sweet food. The Western diet is associated with a reduction in consumption of fiber and a high intake of saturated fats, animal protein, processed and refined carbohydrates such as bread, white rice, pasta, snack foods, pizza, and cold cereals.
Refined carbs are quickly digested and absorbed into the bloodstream, causing blood sugar and insulin spikes. Frequent blood sugar spikes lead to negative health impact including type 2 diabetes, obesity, and heart disease.
Green tea regulates glucose levels after a starchy meal by blocking the enzyme alpha-amylase that responsible for breaking carbs into simple sugars. This, in turn, prevents insulin spikes, inhibits movement glucose molecules into adipose cells, and reduce appetite.
Do not Drink Tea With Proteins
The polyphenol content of green tea (primarily tannins) can inhibit non-heme iron (found in plants and iron supplements) absorption. So, drinking too many polyphenols containing beverages (tea, coffee) can lead to anemia. Polyphenols also can limit calcium and healthy fat absorption.
Do not drink green tea with eggs, dairy, beans, greens, lean meat, and fish; consume green tea between meals.
Avoid Taking Supplements or Drugs with Green Tea
Polyphenols can limit calcium and iron absorption.
Not take any supplements (iron, fish oil, calcium) with coffee or green tea.
• Drink fresh brewed green tea with high carbohydrates food
• Do not drink green tea with unsaturated fat, lean meat, and dairy products
• Do not take any supplements (iron, fish oil, calcium) with coffee or green tea.