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One thing our research team pointed out were the comments that the tea simply didn’t work. Tea has been consumed for thousands of years and is generally known to be good for you, so this had us scratching our heads a bit. It’s time to take the leap into the ingredients of this weight loss tea to find out what makes this herbal supplement tick. Organic green tea

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine conducted a study on green tea’s ability to treat oral cancer. The findings were compelling, concluding that, “overall results provide some direct evidence on the protective effects of tea on oral cancer.” [3]

One of the reasons that green tea hosts a variety of health benefits is because of the strong antioxidant effect of tea polyphenols. One study by the Journal of Nutrition looked into the effects of this tea on “oxidative DNA damage in smokers,” coming to the conclusion that “regular green tea drinking might protect smokers from oxidative damages and could reduce cancer risk or other diseases caused by free radicals associated with smoking.” [4] Organic rooibos tea

This tea, also known as red bush, grows in South Africa and has been used to treat a wide range of ailments like high cholesterol, inflammation and cancer. This is, again, mainly because of polyphenols, as well as flavonoids and aspalathin – which are powerful antioxidants claimed to protect cell membranes. [5]

A study by Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity wrote that “rooibos herbal tea as good dietary antioxidant sources and, in conjunction with its many other components, offers a significantly enhanced antioxidant status of the liver in an induced oxidative stress situation.” [6]

The anti-inflammatory effects of this tea were tested on rats in a study carried out by Pediatrics International, concluding that “Rooibos tea may prevent DNA damage and inflammation by its anti-oxidative activity in vivo. As Rooibos tea is free from caffeine, routine intake may be safe and useful in reducing oxidative stress in children.” [7]

The International Journal of Preventative Medicine carried out a review on current evidence on the benefits of ginger – more specifically, its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties. The results were lukewarm: “The anticancer potential of ginger is well documented and its functional ingredients like gingerols, shogaol, and paradols are the valuable ingredients which can prevent various cancers. This review concludes to favor ginger but some ambiguities necessitate further research before claiming its efficacy.” [10] Guarana

One study by Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior studied guarana’s effects on cognitive function, writing, “In comparison to placebo, all three treatments resulted in improved task performance throughout the day. In the case of guarana, improvements were seen across ‘attention’ tasks (but with some evidence of reduced accuracy), and on a sentence verification task.” [12] Stevia leaf

We didn’t find much surrounding senna and its ability to do much of anything this product claims, but we did find a warning from LIVESTRONG.com: “Should you use senna tea or supplements for more than 10 to 14 days, your intestines may start to depend on this herb in order to have regular bowel movements.” [15]

So far, some of the ingredients are shown to be beneficial for a number of health problems. Unfortunately, we couldn’t find much on “detox” or “metabolism boosting” effects, and we can’t seem to wrap our heads around why some people aren’t seeing results.

Skinny Bunny Tea is around $23 on Amazon, and we found some distributors selling the “bundle” for $40. In terms of price, this is about even. As far as efficacy is concerned, neither one really stands out above the other. There were also tons of negative comments on customer service surrounding Skinny Bunny, as well as a poor BBB rating. Baetea vs. Kusmi Detox Tea

A tin of Kusmi Detox Tea sells for $22.40 on the official website, making the price relatively similar to Baetea. But again, comments on side effects and poor taste flooded our research – and just like Baetea, we couldn’t find any scientific evidence on their formula. What Users Are Saying

“I have been taking this every morning and probably have another 5-6 days left. The tea tastes fine, and I don’t need to add sweetener. Honestly, I had high hopes for this product, based on the reviews. I do not feel it has done anything for me. My stomach does not feel flatter. I have not lost any weight. Really just seems like a complete waste of money, and I really disappointed. I had big hopes!” Meredith Baio