100 Times MORE Effective Than Vitamin C?
Did you know that archeologists have found evidence of tea being made as early as 5,000 years ago?
Evidence suggests that in India and China, tea was first cultivated by boiling Camellia Sinensis in water. Camellia Sinensis is the plant from which ALL tea derives. While most tea is associated with China and India by origin, tea is also wildly popular in England. And what’s really interesting – Americans are the ones who came up with the idea of a tea bag, and began drinking tea over ice in the early 1900’s.
Tea is not only one of the world’s most popular drinks, but it is possibly the healthiest! Scientists are perpetually studying the benefits of tea over short-term health and weight loss, and long-term anti-aging and disease prevention. Nearly 2.5 MILLION tons of tea are produced annually, with 20% being green and most of the rest being black tea. Oolong is a rare, unique tea that is semi-fermented. Green tea is unfermented and black tea is fully fermented.
We believe that the world’s best tea for health and weight loss is a rare form of Oolong that we call “SlimTea”. Oolong is loaded with polyphenols – which are powerful antioxidants that help to fight disease, even cancer! And SlimTea is from a high mountaintop plantation that has been cared for by Chinese tea masters since 1280 B.C.! You can see why we feel it’s the most extraordinary tea on earth.
Like wine, tea varies with temperature, season, soil of origin, and horticultural practices. The main chemical composition that assists with overall health from tea comes from polyphenols. Polyphenols in tea include “flavonoids”, which are catechins, epicatechins, epicatechin gallate, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) and proanthocyanidins. EGCG is considered by many to be the most important active component in tea for health, and normal tea has 8-12% polyphenols. SlimTea, however, has approximately 85% POLYPHENOLS, with 40% of that being EGCG and 60% of that being catechins. So, yes, this is another reason that SlimTea is one of the world’s most rare and powerful teas.
In order to consume the most concentrated active compounds in SlimTea, you should supplement your healthy diet with SlimTea Capsules. SlimTea capsules are 100% OOLONG TEA, no fillers, no chemicals, and NO preservatives.
SlimTea Capsules have been designed to:
- Burn up to 523% MORE calories than green tea
- Reduce the fattening effect of carbs
- Increase energy levels
- Rev up your body’s natural metabolism
What about the other 15% of SlimTea? Well that’s a combination of caffeine (10%), L-Theanine, Protein and Chlorophyll.
L-Theanine is a very special amino acid linked to:
- Reduction of anxiety
- Increased Serotonin in brain (happiness chemicals)
- Prevention of inflammation in the body (disease prevention)
Now that you know how SlimTea is so powerful, what are the BENEFITS?
First of all, SlimTea is VERY good at weight loss. Really – SlimTea is a champion at oxidizing fat in your arms, thighs, and belly.
But studies also show that it reduces inflammation and helps prevent Atherosclerosis, particularly coronary artery disease.
Japanese researchers have also found that it can reduce levels of LDL cholesterol in your body, found to be ‘bad cholesterol’. What’s more, SlimTea may raise HDL, your “good” cholesterol. In fact, studies even suggest that polyphenols in SlimTea can block intestinal absorption of cholesterol, helping your body get rid of it!
Cancer rates among Oolong tea drinkers is much lower, and studies show that EGCG may be the cause. What’s important about SlimTea in cancer prevention? It has some of the highest EGCG content you can find! What’s more, catechins (60% of SlimTea’s polyphenols) may suppress tumors in your body. One study even found that tea with high EGCG content, when given to mice who had Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cells transplanted into them, prevented 50 percent of tumor growth. It has also been shown to do amazing things in prevention of bladder cancer, as well as long term survival rates.
Studies also show that Breast cancer cells may be stopped by EGCG. Another Japanese study of 472 women with breast cancer suggests that EGCG may decrease the severity and recurrence of Stage 1, 2, and 3 breast cancers when 5 cups of EGCG rich green tea was drunk daily. But did you know that it would take you approximately 5 cups of green tea to gain the benefits of the EGCG found in just one SlimTea Capsule?!
Other studies indicate that EGCG may be a sort of ‘fountain of youth’ for skin cells, with doctors linking it to healing of rosacea, psoriasis, and even wrinkles!
What’s more, EGCG may help regulate glucose in your body, as well as help block the fattening effects of carbs in your body. This is one of a plethora of ways that SlimTea helps you lose weight and oxidize fat.
It even carries twice the antioxidants of resveratrol, the compound found in wine and supplemented by millions via capsules. Doctors believe the EGCG is 100 times MORE effective than Vitamin C and 25 Times better than Vitamin E at protecting cells from damage linked to cancer, heart disease, and other illnesses.
Plus, EGCG is linked to raising your metabolic rate, even while resting. The University of Chicago’s Tang Center for Herbal Medicine Research found that EGCG caused rats to lose up to 21% of their body weight when injected with EGCG. The rates even consumed up to 60% less food after just 7 days of daily EGCG injections. Researchers are still learning more about how SlimTea may help with appetite suppression, but it’s certainly effective in ‘blocking’ starches, as it prevents the digestion of some carbohydrates. Some say that EGCG may even replace ephedra as a weight loss supplement!
Read MORE about how SlimTea may help to radically heal your body HERE.
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