Green tea has no kilojoules. Photo: Kanko
Green tea contains antioxidant catechins, which have been linked to a reduction in the risks of stroke, heart failure, cancer and diabetes – and which amp up your metabolism for up to 24 hours. This means you burn kilojoules by doing nothing at all. Fabulous!
Plus, green tea has no kilojoules.
Try creating your own iced tea by simply boiling a pot of your favourite fruit herbal tea and storing it in the fridge for a guilt-free, cheap and healthy drink.
Tip: Add cinnamon – it increases insulin levels, which helps you process carbs more effectively. Plus, it tastes delicious.
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