Like many adults, I need to lose weight and am trying to eat less and change some bad eating habits to achieve my goal. One of my problems is that I have a healthy appetite. Put the food in front of me, and I can wolf it down.
I have been on the lookout for a product that can rev up my metabolism and maybe even suppress my appetite. Can all Natural Foojoy Wuyi Oolong (Wu Long) tea do that for me?
How Does Wuyi Oolong (Wu Long) Tea Work?
The manufacturer calls it a fat burner and dieter’s tea, explaining that it contains a high concentration of polymerized polyphenols, which activates enzymes causing triglycerides to dissolve and a resulting fat burning effect, as well as a boost to the metabolism.
They cite a couple of studies and articles backing up their claim that Oolong (Wu Long) tea causes these effects. One study they cite from the Shiga University of Medical Science in Japan also reports that the tea helps clear up eczema, another bonus!
What Others are Saying – Does Wuyi Oolong Weight Loss Tea Really Deliver?
In one of the reviews I read, Kate said she had been drinking the tea for over a week and had lost 1-2 pounds but wasn’t sure if it was because of the tea, or because she had been working out and eating healthy food as well. She bought the tea because of the claims that it helps with weight loss but will continue to buy it regardless because of its good taste and smell.
How Much Weight Will I Lose?
None of the reviews I found in my research actually said how much weight anyone lost, but several alluded to it being an appetite suppressant, including Estelle Brown, who says it does actually seem to help with appetite suppressing and that it is a good value for the money.
I am banking money that it is a good appetite suppressant. Whenever I drink regular green tea, I feel less hungry, and I have read numerous articles saying oolong tea is more effective in this regard than green tea. Plus, apparently it has been endorsed by Oprah and Rachel Ray on TV. And who can argue with them!
The good news is I could not find any reports about adverse side effects at all!
Pros and Cons
- Some reviewers like the taste.
- Some call it a good value for money.
- The tea is an appetite suppressant
- It is also claimed to lower blood pressure, aid in digestion, and work as an anti-cancer agent.
- Some reviewers called the tea overpriced.
- Some say the taste is bitter.
- It is hard to find in stores
Problems and Complaints
The only real complaint I found about this product is from .L. B, who ordered two boxes of tea but only received one. An email complaint went unanswered for two weeks, and even though the money was eventually refunded, L.B. lost interest in the tea because of the experience.
How Does the Product Rate Overall?
With mostly rave reviews and only minor complaints, the product rated 5 stars. It doesn’t look like there are any down sides to this product at all.