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The study found that the ration of bacteria in the intestines is altered in the presence of both green and black tea - while this happens differently from green to black tea. The green tea's polyphenols were absorbed and altered by the liver, while the black tea's polyphenols are a bit too large to be properly absorbed by the small intestine. However, the gut bacterium and the manner in which the fatty acid chain is built alters the necessary metabolites which helps to promote weight loss. The results suggest that both green and black teas are prebiotic substances that induce the growth of good microorganisms that contribute to a person's well being.