Spiced tea you can make at home to get rid of visceral fat ‘boosts metabolism’

Visceral fat is stored deep inside the abdomen to protect and insulate vital organs. Having a small amount is necessary for this reason. However, excess has been shown to increase the risk of dangerous conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.

Therefore, keeping your visceral fat levels low is good for your health.

One of the main reasons for having too much visceral fat is a diet, especially a high-fat diet.

Therefore, making changes to your diet can help with fat loss.

One such change, according to the expert, could be adding a new hot drink to your daily routine.

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Jen Williams, coffee researcher and owner of Thirst Perk, recommended trying cayenne pepper tea.

In an exclusive interview with, she said: “Cayenne tea is the upcoming drink of 2023.

“Cayenne pepper tea is similar to ginger tea. You use a common cooking seasoning in a whole new way.

“The idea is attractive as spicy food is linked to health benefits.”

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The science behind it

Cayenne pepper contains a compound called capsaicin.

“In addition, there is an interesting compound in cayenne pepper called capsaicin that may have its own benefits,” Ms Williams said.

“Many of the health benefits of hot peppers like cayenne are due to their capsaicin content.

“Peppers contain a variety of compounds called capsaicinoids, but capsaicin is the most common evidence supporting the use of topical capsaicin, such as in creams containing capsaicin.

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“The benefit is that cayenne pepper can help with weight loss. The effect may be related to the suppression of hunger, as well as an increase in fat breakdown and calorie burning.

“This herb has been found to reduce appetite and speed up metabolism, which aids in weight loss.

“Studies and anecdotal evidence suggest that capsaicin reduces pain when applied to the skin and may have broader health applications.”

This is confirmed by various studies. One such study was published in Bioscience Reports in 2017 and concluded that capsaicin has anti-obesity properties.

“To summarize, capsaicin plays a critical role in the human body and has many benefits for metabolic health, especially for weight loss in obese people,” the post reads.

Another article published in the journal Appetite in 2014 states: “The results of a meta-analysis suggest that daily consumption of capsaicinoids may promote weight management by reducing energy intake.”

How to make tea with cayenne pepper

Ms. Williams Cayenne Pepper Tea Recipe:

  • 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • Add boiling water until it dissolves (you can still see the pepper flakes floating, but this is normal)
  • Add lemon juice to a cup
  • Let cool for a minute before drinking.

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