The Great Supplement Scam (That Almost Nobody Talks About…)
Did you know that not all supplements have the ingredients listed on the label?
A study published in BMC Medicine reveals that according to DNA tests, many pills labeled as healing vitamins or herbs are little more than powdered rice, soybean, wheat, or weeds.Canadian researchers tested 44 bottles of popular supplements and found that many were totally diluted, or 100% fraud.When I discovered it, I was shocked! How could a product not contain the ingredients advertised??
Well, it turns out a lot of supplement manufacturers don’t have good quality control. Sometimes they don’t get the ingredients right.
And in a few rare cases, a manufacturer decides to cut corners and save money by intentionally adding fillers — things like coal tar, hydrogenated soybean oil, even sawdust!!
You may think I’m exaggerating, but I’m not.
The point is, you have to be careful when shopping for and buying supplements. You have to read labels. Even then, you need to know for sure that you’re dealing with a reputable company.
Here’s The Real Deal…
I’m proud to say that SlimTea has gold-standard quality control.
We don’t just say we have high antioxidants in our tea – we’ve published the actual results – such as the ones featured below:
Every batch of SlimTea is carefully examined before it leaves our warehouse.
What’s more, we source all of our tea straight from Anxi County in the Fujian Province of China.
Why is this so important?
Because Anxi is known as the Tea Capital of China.
They grow some of the highest quality tea in the world. What’s more, this particular place is famous for one very specific variety of Oolong, which is SlimTea!
Every time you drink a cup of SlimTea, you can be 100% confident that you’re getting highest-quality tea… without any fillers.
That’s a promise. 🙂