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    Oolong/Wu-Yi Tea & Slim Caps


    I've done some research into these "Wu-Yi" products, and when reading the back of a Hydroxycut label, it contained the same Oolong tea extract found in these Wu-Yi products.

    Now, these Wu-Yi products claim to speed the metabolism and have no detrimental effects on muscle mass. Is there any validity to these claims? Has anyone ever experimented with these supplements? I believe the non-imitator website is simply wu-yi. com, and the caps label can be found at wu-yi. com/images/Slim%20Caps%20Label.jpg

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    oolong tea is great for fat loss because of it polmerized polyphenols, combination of green tea and oolong tea is the best for fat loss.

    dont buy the off that website.

    look at this place.http://www.coffeebeandirect.com/inde...d74ec45bcbe3af
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    Awesome, I'm assuming you just eat them (inferred by the 'Sour Apple' flavoring)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBrightside View Post
    Awesome, I'm assuming you just eat them (inferred by the 'Sour Apple' flavoring)?
    No, tea, you drink it, lol?

    Do you not like drinking tea, you could eat them i guess, but i think it works better in drinking form. I personally like the mango flavor, in terms of teas, it tastes great, but are you a person that like to drink tea?

    and it looks expensive but 2 pounds will make a LOT of tea.
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    also one of things ive noticed about wulong tea is that it reduces appetite.
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    Yeah, I wasn't really thinking, I guess.

    It'd be awfully hard to measure the dosages, wouldn't it?
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    i say just pick up some Diesel Fuel...its got all taht in it...
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    I agree with Ari, mix green, and oolong.
    I mix green, oolong, and ku ding(real bitter and fights off your appetite real good) I lug it around in a water bottle and sip on it throughout the day, until my next fix back at home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBrightside View Post
    Yeah, I wasn't really thinking, I guess.

    It'd be awfully hard to measure the dosages, wouldn't it?
    u dont need to measure doses,just drink as much as you can tolerate, it also contains caffiene though.
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    Oolong has one of the highest caffeine contents when it comes to tea.

    It's good though
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    Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    Oolong has one of the highest caffeine contents when it comes to tea.

    It's good though
    i dont think so black tea has the most, oolong is similar to green tea in caffiene content
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    Quote Originally Posted by ari4216 View Post
    i dont think so black tea has the most, oolong is similar to green tea in caffiene content
    Good catch I forgot about black tea.


    A Department of Nutritional Services report provides the following ranges of caffeine content for a cup of tea made with loose leaves:

    Black Tea: 23 - 110 mg
    Oolong Tea: 12 - 55 mg
    Green Tea: 8 - 36 mg
    White Tea: 6 25 mg
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