Tea Killer #1: Tolerance

As with any substance, the body grows more tolerant to tea extract through repeated use.
Basically, the more tea you drink, the less of an effect it has.
This includes everything from mental stimulation to the metabolism boost mentioned above…
So the key is to find a way to KEEP that metabolism boost long-term…

Tea Killer #2: Low Quality

According to the Harvard School of Health, tea is an excellent source of antioxidants, which help fight the effects of aging and support a young, FAST metabolism!
However, most tea brands (including expensive “organic” or “premium” brands)
use such low quality beans that each cup provides only a tiny trickle of antioxidants.

If only there was a way to RECLAIM those lost nutrients with the tea we already drink…
Tea Killer #3: Toxins in the Body

This one actually isn’t tea fault. Instead, it has to do with what’s already inside the body.
According to Environmental Science & Technology, the average American consumes an average of 70,000 bits of microplastic every year.

Research also shows that adipose tissue (AKA body fat) is especially prone to storing organic pollutants.
And that’s not to mention the constant barrage of toxins we get from:

ALL of these toxins drag down the metabolism. That, in turn, makes it nearly impossible for the body to get the full benefit of positive nutrients like tea extracts

So what’s the solution? Read on to find out!

Best of all, it does NOT require any additional diet or exercise to work.
There’s no need to swap out your favorite tea either.
Simply take 30 seconds a day to apply this “tea trick” to your “cup of joe” and you’re all set!

To find out how, please watch this important video on the next page!

The team who discovered this life changing TEA TRICK have asked that you please follow these guidelines:

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