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MateFit Metabolic Boost Tea Summary

This particular MateFit tea is formulated to be a daytime tea that helps to boost your metabolism in order to burn more fat. It contains some proven ingredients for weight loss, and a potentially questionable ingredient.

All in all, people liked the taste of this tea but it may or may not include some uncomfortable side effects. Read on to find out more…

When to take this tea:

The company says to take this tea two times per day. Specifically “15 minutes before breakfast and lunch” is the perfect time.

Taste:

Customer reviews showed that people like the taste, which the company describes as “a warm, sweet lemony taste.”

Easy to Use?

This tea is easy to use, but not as easy as some other brands. This tea comes in loose leaf form so you have to measure a tablespoon of the tea and add it into the teabag that comes with your purchase. Then you put the teabag in an 8 oz. cup of hot water and let it steep for 7-10 minutes.

Side Effects?

The company states that the vast majority of users will not experience side effects from using this tea, but if you do notice them, you should stop using it.

Some side effects listed by the company that could occur include: rashes, breaking out (pimples), itchy throat or nausea.

Warnings:

The company recommends that no one under the age of 15 use this tea because their bodies are still developing and going through changes.

This tea is not safe to use while breastfeeding.

Ingredients

Metabolic Boost:

(Organic Yerba Mate, Sechung Oolong Tea, Organic Pinhead Gunpowder Tea, Organic Angelica Root Powder, Guarana Seed Powder, Organic Licorice Root cut and Organic Stevia)

Metabolism-Boosting Herbs

MateFit Metabolic Boost tea (per the name) has some great ingredients to jump-start the metabolism for fat burning.

Starting first with oolong tea, this is a great option to boost your metabolism, with powerful antioxidants to help you burn fat. It helps prevent obesity and reduce abdominal fat.2

MateFit tea also includes Pinhead Gunpowder green tea, which works the same way as green tea, except that it has even more caffeine. This tea contains three things that help you burn fat: caffeine, theanine and catechins (antioxidants) – which all work to boost your metabolism so you burn fat faster.3

Guarana, another ingredient in MateFit tea, is a seed which contains double the amount of caffeine found in coffee beans, and works to burn up stored fat as energy, with stimulant and thermogenic properties.4

Ingredients That Make You Feel Full and Promote Fat Reduction

Yerba Mate (also called mate), another ingredient in MateFit tea, is also a metabolism booster, but it also helps you to feel full after drinking. Yerba Mate can slow the rate of gastric emptying, so you feel full and are less likely to overeat. This way your body can work to burn fat instead of all the excess food you’re eating.5

MateFit also contains an ingredient that helps to reduce fat: licorice root. In studies, people that ate 3 grams of licorice root extract every day for 2 months showed a significant reduction in body fat mass.6

An Appetite Suppressant…And an Appetite Stimulant?

Next up, guarana also contains properties that help to suppress the appetite (reducing caloric intake into the body).

However, MateFit also contains an interesting ingredient which is actually an appetite stimulant, instead of an appetite suppressant: Angelica Root Powder.

This herb is actually used to treat anorexia nervosa (an eating disorder where people do not eat), in order to help stir up their appetite and encourage them to eat.7

We found this particular ingredient to be confusing in a weight loss tea, especially because the last thing you want to do is have your appetite stimulated so that you eat more food and take in more calories.

Angelica root is also used to support the digestive system and “relieve stomach pain, sour stomach, dyspepsia and mild spasms of the gastrointestinal tract.”

Based on this, we tend to wonder if this ingredient was included in order to calm potential side effects that this tea may cause on your body from using it.

Price and Money Back Guarantee

Price: $35.00 for 40 servings ($0.88 per serving)

Money Back Guarantee?: No

MateFit tea comes in at a very good price per serving, at about less than the average price in the industry. However, they do not offer a money back guarantee (if you open more than one pouch you can’t return it) which is disappointing considering you may not like it for whatever reason or obtain the results you want.

MateFit Metabolic Boost Tea Conclusion

We think that this MateFit tea could be a good option to take during the day, to boost your energy and potentially help you lose weight. Unfortunately, it does have one questionable ingredient (Angelica Root) which may or may not actually stimulate your appetite instead of suppress it. But the rest of the ingredients in this tea are good.

This tea is easy to use, but not as easy as some other options, however, people did express that they liked the taste. Finally, there are some potential side effects to using this tea, depending on the user.

This tea does come in at a below average price for a weight loss tea so it might be worth it to try, but there is no money back guarantee. Instead, you can compare it to other tea brands on our site.

Sources:

  • 2 – http://homeremediesforlife.com/oolong-tea-weight-loss/
  • 3 – http://www.therighttea.com/gunpowder-tea.html
  • 4 – http://www.progressivehealth.com/how-guarana-can-help-with-weight-loss.htm
  • 5 – http://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/fitness/weight-loss/drinking-yerba-mate-for-fat-burning.html
  • 6 – http://www.naturalalternativeremedy.com/nine-health-benefits-of-licorice-root/
  • 7 – http://www.herbalextractsplus.com/angelica-root.html

 

 

1Nutritional and Price Source: https://matefit.me/products/metabolic-boost. Accessed 5/26/17.