A healthy alternative to Alli?
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We all love a good cuppa, and there's now a great new wellness product which has grown steadily in popularity over the last few years, called Cho-Yung Tea. Its a 100% natural green tea blended with 6 other traditional Chinese herbs, which is sealed and packaged into bags of 30 tea bags. Simply drink 2 cups each day - most people have one in the morning and one in the evening - and many people notice improvements within 1 to 2 weeks.
It works in three ways -
[*]firstly, it blocks the absorbtion of fat in your body[/*]
[*]second, it reduces your appetite without making you hungry[/*]
[*]thirdly, it breaks down the fat which your body normally stores as reserve[/*]
There are even other health benefits to using Cho-Yung, including improved digestion, supporting internal organs during weight loss, and even improves the skin. Another advantage over Alli is that you can still take vitamins with Cho-Yung tea as it does not block vitamin absorbtion.
OK so what's in it?
Cho-Yung tea has specifically included traditional herbs and plants that support the weight loss process by purifying the body’s cells, optimising digestion and supporting the essential organs. The tea bags include lotus leaf to optimise digestion, Alisma to reduce bloating, Chinese hawthorn to aid digestion, Cassia seeds to support the internal organs, Jiaogulan to regulate the digestive system, and Poria to support the internal organs, notably the heart, spleen and kidney.
Where can i get it?
Cho-Yung tea is now available from respected health food retailers Holland & Barrett at £39.99 per pack, both online and in shops. It is also available at Amazon, NatCol online, Evolution Slimming, or direct from us - the official manufacturer of Cho-Yung tea, at our website wwwchoyungteacom
DISCOUNT: We're pleased to offer an special introductory discount Code which can be used ONLY at http://www.choyungtea.com - just type in the Code INTRO25 at the payment page to save 25% on all plans.
So if you're thinking of using Alli, why not try Cho-Yung Tea instead!!
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