Lemon Ginger Cooler Weight Loss Tea

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Crisp, refreshing tea that is great hot, and perfect iced! A Dr. Oz inspired pu-erh / white tea recipe. One of the best teas for weight loss.

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Bai Mu Dan white tea,Organic Pu-erh,  lemon peels, lemon grass, lemon myrtle, ginger root with ginger and lemon flavor
Steeping Time Steep: 3-5 Minutes
Amount: 1 Tsp. Per 6 oz.
Steeping Temperature Water Temp: 195° F
Medium CaffeineMedium

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WIth all the different recommendations and products out there it's hard to find one great tasting tea you can drink throughout the day that combines multiple benefits into one great tasting blend. Our Dr. Oz Inspired Lemon Ginger Cooler tea offers you the weight loss and digestive aids in one easy to drink blend, and much more cost effective than Teavana's Weight to Go! blend. This tea is also best paired with Chamomile Bilberry Bliss, to help curb evening cravings.


The first component of this blend is white tea. White tea tea is very high in anti-oxidants. Dr. Oz likes it for it's fat blockage ability, and the catechins included help burn calories.


Next we added #1 grade Pu-erh Tea.  Dr. Oz likes this tea for it's fat shrinking ability. Unlike all other teas, Pu-Erh is fermented, meaning it undergoes a microbial transformation that gives it unique properties.  The caffeine in pu-erh (don't worry - it's not nearly as much as coffee) helps speed metabolism, making the body more efficient at digesting a meal.


Next we add loads of lemon peel. It’s amazing how a simple fruit like a lemon can be so effective in helping the body regulate its metabolism and sugar absorption, in a manner that helps you lose extra weight. The secret lies in the “acidity” content in a lemon. Lemons are rich in citric acid and introduce a healthy natural digestive aid into your stomach. The citric acid from lemons end up interacting with the other acids and enzymes in your digestive tract which results in a healthy and problem free digestion.


Finally we throw in heaps of Ginger root. Ginger also helps burn fat and decreases the number of fat cells produced in the body. Those same properties have both anti-inflammatory and anti-obsesity effects.

Need more information about White Tea and Pu-Erh tea? No problem - we've written some informative articles. Grab a copy of our catalog - free which is loaded with useful recipes and health tips.

Why not in bags? Because bagged tea is so finely chopped, it loses many of the essential oils and health benefits. Preparing loose tea is very easy. Our guide shows you how.

Remember tea is not a silver bullet. It should be used as a comprehensive diet/excersize plan. Subsituting tea in place of soft drinks has enormous benefits. Tea can be used as a water substitute - unlike coffee, tea hydrates you. If you find the need to sweeten tea, we recommend gradually pulling back. Eventually you'll lose the taste for sugar.

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Ingredients: Bai Mu Dan white tea,Organic Pu-erh,  lemon peels, lemon grass, lemon myrtle, ginger root with ginger and lemon flavor.

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Ingredients Bai Mu Dan white tea,Organic Pu-erh,  lemon peels, lemon grass, lemon myrtle, ginger root with ginger and lemon flavor
Steep Temperature 195° F
Steep Time 3-5 Minutes
Caffeine Level Medium Caffeine
Amount Tea 1 Tsp. Per 6 oz.
Multiple Infusion? No
Tea Attributes Anti-Aging, Arthritis/Inflammation, Digestion, High Cholesterol, Weight Loss
Choose Color No

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