Rich in antioxidants like catechins, particularly EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate), green tea is believed to boost metabolism and promote fat burning. It may also help in reducing abdominal fat.
Partially oxidized tea with properties that are intermediate between green and black tea. Oolong tea is thought to increase metabolism and aid in fat burning.
Contains compounds like theaflavins and thearubigins that might aid in weight loss by improving gut bacteria and reducing fat absorption.
Contains catechins and other antioxidants that may boost metabolism and aid in fat breakdown. It's less processed than green or black tea.
Known for its potential to aid in weight loss, Pu-erh tea is believed to help break down fat and improve digestion. It's fermented and often consumed after meals.
Helps in reducing appetite and promoting digestion. It can also aid in reducing bloating, which might contribute to a slimmer appearance in the abdominal area.
Naturally caffeine-free, rooibos tea contains flavonoids that may help in weight management by reducing stress hormones that trigger fat storage.
While not technically tea (as they're not derived from the Camellia sinensis plant), herbal teas can aid in weight loss by supporting digestion, reducing water retention, and curbing cravings.