One study looked at the effectiveness of long-term green tea supplementation in obese or overweight postmenopausal women. It was found that green tea extract from which caffeine was removed had no effect on reducing weight or bone mineral density. But tea extract can affect the reduction of fat in the hips and thighs in women body.
Another trial involved obese and overweight menopausal women consuming decaf green tea. Decaf green tea extract was found not to be associated. With weight loss, body mass index, or waist circumference. There were no significant differences in the changes in the experimental group and the control group taking placebo. Meanwhile, in general extract form may help reduce insulin concentrations. That may be associated with lower blood sugar and body weight ทางเข้า UFABET
But from analysis of related research in many case studies. It was found that may have very little effect on weight control and has no significant medical implications whatsoever. And at present, there is still no scientific evidence from any experimental work that clearly supports its effectiveness in this area. Therefore, there should be further research into its effectiveness in this area in the future.
Although there are many ideas about the medical and health benefits. But in terms of scientific evidence. Many people may wonder whether this hypothesis has any real possibility.