Green Tea May Curb Hunger

Green tea may have some benefits by curbing hunger.

Participants in a study out of Lund University in Sweden reported increased fullness after drinking green tea.  The study also looked at the effect of green tea on post-meal glucose and insulin levels. There was no glucose or insulin lowering effect, but increased satiety was experienced.

Green tea has a number of beneficial attributes and increased satiety may be another.

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Go to Green Tea Research for more studies related to diabetes and metabolic syndrome.

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About Robert Creighton

Dr. Creighton is a podiatrist and foot surgeon with over 26 years in podiatric practice treating thousands of patients afflicted with the physiological, physical, and psychological side effects and complications of diabetes and pre-diabetes metabolic syndrome. He believes these disorders present a pressing public health concern that need to be more actively addressed in a multidisciplinary way. Dr. Creighton graduated from what is now the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine after receiving his undergraduate degree in Biology. He is certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, a member of the American Public Health Association, an American College of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer and a Member of the American Nutrition Association.

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