Wu-long Tea Touted as Weight loss Miracle: Fact or Fiction?

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Many of Hollywood's hottest stars including Oprah Winfrey and Racheal Ray are promoting wu-long tea, an ancient metabolizing tea, but does it really work?

Frenzied dieters scouring the news for the latest weight loss sensation have been searching high and low to learn more about the recently publicized Wu-long Tea, the name meaning literally "black dragon". Not wanting to wait any longer to start following throught with their New Year's resolutions, Americans are looking to the press for advice. While many of Hollywood's hottest stars including Oprah Winfrey and Racheal Ray are promoting this ancient metabolizing tea, is there any proof that it works? One Tennessee based nutraceutical company claims they have the research to back up these lofty claims.

It's been everywhere in the press, magazines, talk shows, even newspapers have featured Wu-Long Tea for it's beneficial properties, but due to limited supplies, the highly touted Wu-long Tea has only been available via internet storefronts. Most of these sites promise that this ancient tea does more than most diet pills around. Common claims are that Wu-long Tea can flush fat from your system, boost metabolism and weaken the effects of carbs. If that isn't enough, they also claim that it is the world's most powerful fat burner.

One mid-south based nutraceutical company, Selmedica Healthcare, assures dieters that they can back these statements up with documented research dating back to ancient times. A company spokesperson commented on the tea saying, "We have researchers and scientists working around the clock to develop the best quality products available. You can rest assured that we have volumes of documentation proving that Wu-Long Tea does just what we claim and has been used to combat obesity in Asia for thousands of years."

If you are interested in learning more, feel free to search online. There is no doubt you will find a few products available, but buyer beware. Many of the websites you will find are cheap imitators and may not offer some of the most basic components of a reputable business, including an 800 number and multiple payment options. For more information about a high quality product from a reputable company, visit http://www.chongswulong.com or call 800.805.1592.

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