I am at the stage of life where I want to really start taking care of myself. Not that I haven’t taken care of myself before. But as you get older, you don’t have as much wiggle room to goof up and recover.
I went to law school six years ago and then studied for the bar exam. That activity left little time for exercising or even eating right. Now, six years after I took my first law class, I am still suffering from all the empty calories I consumed. I am committed to getting back in shape and forming better eating and exercising habits.
The tea is packed with polyphenols, which leads to fat burning and higher metabolism. It also contains antioxidants that help in prevention of diseases such as cancer and high blood pressure. The tea is also certified organic, which is important to some tea drinkers.
Garcinia is another ingredient of this Wu-Yi formula that has been shown to promote fat loss.
What Others Are Saying–Does Wu-Yi Tea Deliver on Weight Loss?
M Shepard is pretty typical of other reviewers when she said she lost six pounds the first month of drinking the tea without exercising, and is losing even more weight now that she is exercising.
Most reviewers on Amazon said the tea curbs the appetite successfully and gives you a burst of energy. One or two said the opposite, however: that the tea did not give them more energy, and one even said the tea made her sleep more.
How Much Weight Will I Lose Drinking Wu-Yi Original Tea?
The product information actually makes no claims as to weight loss or how much weight you will lose by drinking the tea. But reviewers claim it does in fact curb appetite, and reports of weight loss range from 10 pounds in one day (downright lie, or typo?) to six pounds in one month (reasonable).
Like anything else, you will see greater success the more you stick to it. In general , reviewers have said you need to drink two cups a day to see benefits, and if you add exercising and cutting calories to the mix, you will see even more success.
David Copperfield says he had a little cramping when he first started drinking the tea, but it soon passed. One reviewer said it made him sweat a lot more when working out, and another said the tea made her feel light-headed and sleepy.
- It curbs appetite.
- It revs the metabolism.
- The tea tastes good.
- The tea contains caffeine but does not make you jittery.
- Most users say the tea gives them an energy boost.
- It helps with joint pain and stiffness.
- The tea helps with digestion.
- One reviewer said it gave him cramps for a short time.
- Another reviewer said it caused him to be lighted and sleepy.
- A couple of users said they saw no weight loss (but the tea made them feel good nonetheless).
Problems and Complaints
There were very few complaints about this product. Reviewers were overwhelmingly positive about the tea. But T.Maleckas, however, did say the tea made him lightheaded and sleepy.
How Does the Wu-Yi Tea Rate Overall?
With only few and minor complaints, the tea rates a 4/5 stars overall on Amazon.