A cup of hot tea on a cold day or when you’re feeling under the weather can be just what the doctor ordered. But tea can do so much more than warm you up and soothe your throat — especially if you know what to buy. With hundreds of tea options to choose from, it can be difficult to determine which type of tea best fits your health and nutrition needs. How do you know which one to take off the shelf or put into your online shopping cart? If you're looking for a tea for metabolism, look no further than this guide. 



Naturopath Dr. Pina LoGiudice is here to help, specifically in the area of weight loss. According to an evidence-based article on Healthline, green tea can be a great tool in your weight loss regimen because it may increase your ability to burn fat. Dr. LoGiudice recommends green tea as well, along with three other teas – oolong tea, mint tea, and an herbal tea blend with fennel seeds, lemon peel, and a bay leaf – to help you lose weight by curbing cravings, boosting your metabolism, and helping to keep you full. Refer to her suggestions below for teas to add into your daily diet to help you feel less bloated and even make your skin look great, too.

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