Answer no. While Wulong tea is great natural calorie burner, it might not work for everyone since since everyone's metabolism is uniquely different and will have varied results depending upon a number of factors. But it's well worth considering if you're looking for inexpensive slimming option.
The only true proven way to lose weight is with proper diet and exercise. Cut out the soda, the chips, fast food, and start an exercise program.
The main reason why wulong tea can be a part of your weight loss diet programme, is that it contains caffeine. This increases your alertness during the day and making you more productive. Thus, it allows you to burn more calories.
No. Wu-Long tea is the same as Oolong tea which is a caffeinated tea.
Wu Yi Yan Cha or "Rock Wulong" is considered to be the best Wu Long tea grown. The tea is called by many different names including: Wu Yi Rock Wu Long Tea, Yan Cha, and Rock Wulong.
Wu long tea (also known as Oolong tea) has been gaining popularity and a reputation for being an amazing fat burner. Web sites proclaim it to be the "world's most powerful fat burner", and even market it as a "slimming tea." Wu long tea contains only half as much EGCG as green tea, but instead is higher in polymerized polyphenols, which may contribute to its fat burning properties.
Wu long tea is available in a Chinese pharmacy, hamdan street near e max showroom & emirates general market Abudhabi
Wu-long, also called Oo-long, can be bought in stores, (grocery and/or health food stores). It can also be bought through many locations online. Make sure the company you buy from is reputable, with good quality tea.
Give up the Acai and Wu Yi if you see no results after 2-3 months. If you need help with digestion. I'd recommend getting 2 colonics right away. After that start to consume live/raw foods that have enzymes intact. You'll start to lose weight right away because the live foods will actually detox you.
yes at you local farmers market
To purchase Wu Long tea you can go to a grocery store, health store or tea store. Stores that sell it include David's Tea, The Tea Emporium, Tao Leaf and Teavana.
Is there any store that sale the Wu yi tea in dallas tx
Wuyi Ooling tea (also known as Wu Yi tea, Wu-Yi tea and Wulong tea) is a high quality traditional semi-fermented Chinese tea from the Wuyi mountains in Fujian province (South East China).
Go to this website and there you go http://www.officialwuyislimmingtea.com/?microppcsite=google&microppcterm=Wu%20Yi%20Tea&gclid=CIK6obqq9JMCFRMYagodmCjbVw it may seem long but who cares maybe check in health stores.
I have been on the Wu yi source tea diet for 2 weeks now and i have lost 4 pounds. I would say for doing nothing else it works pretty well. it is kind of bland but its okay. if you do it and it does not work you can always call 18663965711 to cancel Wu yi source from charging you and to prevent more shippings.
Wu long tea (also known as Oolong tea) has been gaining popularity and a reputation for being an amazing fat burner. Web sites like this one proclaim it to be the "world's most powerful fat burner" (if I had a dime for every time I heard that), and even market it as a "slimming tea." The question is, of course, is there anything to these claims? To find out, let's take a closer look at Wu long tea... Wu long tea differs from black tea and green tea in that it is partially fermented (green tea is not fermented, and black tea is fully fermented). Recently, the health benefits of all three teas have been gaining exposure in the mainstream press. Green tea for instance, contains high levels of epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a powerful anti oxidant and cancer fighter (green tea is reviewed in full here!). Wu long tea contains only half as much EGCG as green tea, but instead is higher in polymerized polyphenols, which may contribute to its fat burning properties. In fact, if you visit PubMed, and perform a search for "oolong tea" or "green tea" you can review the abstracts of over 100 studies performed with these teas or their main constituents. Truly, it appears all teas (particularly green and oolong teas) are the real deal when it comes to real, health-boosting benefits. And what about weight loss? Well, there are several small studies that do validate Wu long teas ability to elevate the metabolism (J Med Invest. 2003 Aug;50(3-4):170-5, J Nutr. 2001 Nov;131(11):2848-52, Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord. 1999 Jan;23(1):98-105), and one even suggests it may reduce dietary lipid absorption (see Eur J Clin Nutr. 2006 Nov;60(11):1330-6). Two of these are human studies, and one is performed on mice. One study, performed on 11 Japanese females, found that the consumption of Wu long tea increased energy expenditure by 10% (in comparison, green tea generated only a 4% increase in energy expenditure). However, this study showed a much more modest increase in energy expenditure. So what can we conclude from these studies? First of all, although there is a trend towards weight loss, we need to be careful before jumping to conclusions. Both studies were performed on a very small group of participants. Such studies are less valuable than those performed on a much larger cross section of individuals. Second, even if the conclusions reached are completely accurate, the actual number of additional calories you'll burn as a result of consuming this tea is relatively minor (anywhere between 100-200, depending on a large number of factors). So if you continue to overconsume calories in a significant manner, don't expect either Wu long or green tea to do anything for you. Bottom line? Personally, I'm quite excited by the overall health benefits offered by both green tea and Wu long tea. I think either one is a valuable addition to any fat burner -- for their metabolism boosting characteristics, as well as others beneficial to those looking to lose weight (green tea may be useful as a glucose regulator, for instance). Add in their powerful antioxidant and cancer fighting abilities, and you've got a fantastic, great tasting supplement. However, I'd be extremely hesitant to recommend Wu long tea as "the world's most powerful fat burner." It sure as heck isn't that. A good supplement? Absolutely. A "20 lbs. in 20 days" solution to weight loss? Absolutely not.
Wulong is the correct spelling of "oolong," now that Pinyin is the correct romanization of Chinese writing. You should be able to find wulong/oolong at any specialty tea shop.
No specific times are given for drinking the recommended two cups of Wu-Yi tea when used as a metabolism booster. However, since the tea contains caffeine, it's probably not a good idea to drink it too close to bedtime.
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The tea can be purchased online via Amazon.com, and some vendors list them on EBAY also. There are health food stores that sell them also.
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Wuyi tea refers to any types of tea originating in the Wuyi mountains of Fujian province. This region is most famous for its Oolong (Wulong) teas, which include famous named varieties such as Da Hong Pao (big red robe) and Rou Gui, and some oolongs such as Qi Lan which are grown in different regions as well. Wuyi also produces green teas, although it is less well-known for these.Some companies market "Wu-yi tea" as a weight loss product. This is a gimmick and is somewhat dishonest. There is some scientific evidence that tea can aid weight loss, but what evidence there is suggests that this effect is probably due to the caffeine alone. Furthermore, most tea (including "wu-yi tea" and "wulong tea") marketed as a weight-loss aid is an inferior product, sold at high prices.If you want to drink tea, to aid weight loss or as a beverage, you are better off buying high-quality loose tea from a tea company that focuses on quality. Stay away from companies selling "wu-yi tea" without identifying the source and particular variety of tea that you're buying. And read some reviews on tea blogs or tea community websites to check that the company you are buying from is legitimate and sells a quality product before making your purchase.
Well, both wu-yi and wu-long are brand names for what is generally known as oolong tea. Oolong tea has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years, and has been shown in scientific studies to play an important role in the oxidation of fat. Do not fall for an advertisement on the internet which talks about the 'money-back' guarantee, and the miracle product. It is not a miracle brew, but it will help you to lose some weight, and will boost your metabolism. Oolong tea can be found in health food stores, but many grocery stores also carry it at a much lower price. If it's not with the other teas, try the health or natural food section of your grocery store.