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Do You Have A Muffin Top?

Monday, May 10, 2021

I found this article in my email inbox this morning and thought I would share it.

As I am a fan of unsweetened tea with lemon and Southern Sweet Tea (both black iced tea) and sometimes iced green tea.

Occasionally, I drink herbal slimming tea or Super DIeter's Tea to rid my body of it's toxins.

So, I drink iced tea as it gets all healthy praises from the experts. (except for the sugar in Southern Sweet Tea...LOL) But, I see no changes. I have a huge stomach due to the overproduction of cortisol, a stress hormone, which is another reason for this article to catch my attention... no more muffin top? Is this possible? Just drink a certain tea?

Well, the attached article praises Oolong tea. I have never had such tea before. I am curious as to the taste. Have you had Oolong tea?

If so, what does Ooling tea taste like? Is it good or bad?

www.womansworld.com/post
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  • IMPROVINGME
    I have had cups of oolong tea at Chinese restaurants before, although I prefer to drink black teas at home. I think the taste of tea is so varied that it just has to be tried individually.

    Here's another article that does say that oolong tea COULD help with weight loss, and concludes with the statement, "Chinese oolong tea or organic oolong tea does help in weight loss IF accompanied by regular exercise and a low carb diet.
    https://tea101.teabox.com/
    oolong-tea-and-weight-loss/

    (Sorry, you'll have to copy and paste. I can't make that a hot-link here.)

    I'd say it's worth trying to see if you like the taste.
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    42 days ago
  • JACKIEWALKS4FUN
    Thanks for the info.
    43 days ago
  • no profile photo GOFORGIN
    Ok
    43 days ago
  • CSEGUIN2
    I don't drink tea. Have a great Monday!
    44 days ago
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