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Study Shows Oolong Tea Can Burn Extra 240 Calories Per Day…

Did you know that a study published in the Journal of Nutrition concluded that drinking regular amounts of oolong tea not only increases your metabolic rate…

It also increases fat oxidation.

…To the tune of a 12% increase over a mere 24-hour period after drinking the tea?!

In addition, drinking oolong showed an overall significant increase in energy expenditure (EE).

That’s like burning an extra 240 Calories per DAY!

Imagine needing to spend 30 minutes LESS on the eliptical or treadmill to burn those calories! ¬†(If you’re averaging an average 8 cal/min.)

POW:  Oolong Tea Fights Obesity!

Another study published in the Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine in 2009 reflected these results when including oolong tea in the diet of overweight and obese subjects.

They found that Oolong tea could decrease body fat content and reduce body weight through improving metabolism… and that it might help to prevent obesity.

In fact, they found that a total of 70% of the severely obese subjects showed a decrease of more than 1 kg in body weight, including 22% who lost more than 3 kg.

There’s no better time than now – while it’s brrr…. freezing outside… to start reaping the fat-torching and life-regenerating benefits Okuma’s Premium Slimming Tea.

Oolong Tea Boosts Your Immune System

We’re not just any Oolong Tea purveyor – Okuma’s Premium Wu-Long tea is some of the most rare, pure, and richest in polyphenols on earth.

Drinking Wu-Long is one of the easiest (and most delicious) ways to support your overall health, and the perfect compliment to any diet and exercise program!

If you’re like me, it seems like everybody around you is suffering from the sniffles, a nasty head cold, or even a flu.

Did you know that Okuma’s Wu-Long strengthens your immune system, too?

Read more about some of earth’s most rare tea products here.

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