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Wu-Long Natural Weight Loss Tea Provides a Safe, Natural Way to Lose Those Extra Pounds

Okuma’s Wu-Long natural weight loss tea is an all-natural, completely safe and delicious tea beverage that can actually help your body with natural weight loss. Research at the Tokushima School of Medicine suggests that the natural ingredients of Okuma’s Wu-Long tea help your body to burn more calories, fat and carbs simply by drinking it. And when Okuma’s Wu-Long tea is combined with diet and exercise, your progress skyrockets.

According to traditional Chinese belief, Okuma’s Wu-Long tea is a proven natural weight loss tea. For the last 10 years, doctors and nutritionists have paid a lot of attention to this belief. Numerous studies have found the components that make up this tea aid in bettering one’s health, from natural weight loss and improving skin and hair, to lowering LDL cholesterol and helping in the fight against diabetes, heart disease, gum disease and obesity.

Polyphenols, in combination with the other compounds of Okuma’s Wu-Long natural green weight loss tea, is the key. Because of its unique fermentation, Okuma’s Wu-Long natural weight loss tea has approximately half the caffeine and double the amounts of polyphenols in comparison to other teas, like green tea that helps you lose weight.

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This increase in the antioxidant polyphenol puts Okuma’s Wu-Long natural weight loss green tea as a frontrunner for better health and weight loss.

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In a study overseen by Johns Hopkins University1, the subjects experienced a 12% increase in fat oxidation that continued over a 24-hour period after consuming Wu-Long tea. Over the course of six weeks, Wu-Long tea was shown to promote weight loss as the result of a 10-12% increase in energy expenditure (EE), or metabolism. It also stated that Wu-Long tea had twice the amount of polyphenols and half the amount of caffeine, in comparison to green tea. Okuma has testimonials from real customers that have lost 20, 30 and even 40 pounds while drinking Okuma’s Wu-Long natural weight loss tea.

According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition2, the subcutaneous fat (which lies just under the skin) was significantly lower in their subjects, and the catechins (an antioxidant) in Wu-Long tea were useful in the prevention and improvement of lifestyle-related diseases. These diseases included mainly obesity, but also diabetes, high cholesterol and many others.

Although the International Journal on Obesity3 report was a study with mice, they also concluded that Wu-Long tea can be a useful component in the treatment of obesity and fatty liver caused by a high-fat diet and is an effective natural weight loss tea. Okuma’s Wu-Long tea inhibits pancreatic lipase activity and the intestinal absorption of fat.

There are many prescription and over-the-counter weight loss remedies available, but they also come along with a list of side affects and are not 100% natural weight loss teas or aids. Aside from the lower amount of caffeine in Wu-Long tea (in comparison with other teas), it has quickly become the favorite natural weight loss tea alternative for those who want a healthier, slimmer body.

Start shopping for natural weight loss tea products such as tea bags, tea capsules and see for yourself how simple and delicious losing weight can be. Try it and love it, or your money back. If you have any questions about Okuma’s Wu-Long tea products, visit our Natural green Weight Loss Tea FAQs or feel free to contact us for more information. Our friendly and knowledgeable customer service representatives are happy to assist you.

References:
1. William Rumpler, James Seale, Beverly Clevidence, et al, Oolong Tea Increases Metabolic Rate and Fat Oxidation in Men, The Journal of Nutrition, 2001, 131:28482852.
2. Tomonori Nagao, Yumiko Komine, Satoko Soga, et al, Ingestion of a tea rich in catechins leads to a reduction in body fat and malondialdehyde-modified LDL in men, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2005;81:1229.
3. L-K Han, T Takaku, J Li, Y Kimura1 and H Okuda, Anti-obesity action of oolong tea, International Journal of Obesity, 1999, 23:98105.

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