According to the manufacturer, the product “has been shown to increase calorie burning (thermogenesis), kick-start your fat burning ability (fat oxidation), and supply powerful antioxidant protection.”
However, Sakaida said she would not recommend it.
“People are often misled by this type of information where they think if I take this supplement, I will
and lose fat, but that’s not necessarily how it works,” Sakaida said. “I’d recommend staying away from that at all costs.”
While green tea-based supplements are considered natural, the FDA does not strictly regulate dietary supplements and there is limited research on their effectiveness. You should consult a doctor before taking a weight-loss supplement.