WuLong Tea - Premium Chinese Slimming Tea

5 Reasons This Diet "Trick" is Toxic…

When I was a kid, my mom used to show apartments to supplement the family income.  She’d have showings from morning until night – and my siblings and I loved to play a game of sneaking into mommy’s purse.
We knew that if we got caught it would be disastrous.  But that’s what made it so exciting, too!
Once somebody had the gumption to grab an abandoned purse – there typically wasn’t any candy or much loose change.  But we really looked forward to one thing: chewing gum!
That’s right – at 4 years old I remember the pure joy of sticking a piece of sweet, minty gum in my mouth.
At that time, people weren’t commonly aware of the chemicals found in chewing gum, diet sodas, or even sweeteners for coffee.
And today, you’ll find that most people are surprised to find out that many of the same toxic chemicals in ‘diet foods’ are also in sugar-free gum!
For years I thought that chewing gum was a great way to curb carb cravings.
Now I find that it’s an addiction I’m desperately trying to break!
Here Are 5 Reasons Chewing Gum May Hurt Your Health… And Your Waistline!

1.  Gum Wears Away at The Cartilage in Your Jaw. 

If you damage this cartiledge, you may suffer irreparable discomfort for life.

2.  Chewing Gum Can Give You Headaches.

Because chewing gum uses facial muscles, the excessive use of chewing gum can strain the muscles that connect to nerves near your temples.
This can cause headaches and chronic pain around your temples.

3.  Chewing gum can damage your metabolism.

Because chewing gum requires saliva, excessive chewing of gum requires you to take up the body’s energy making saliva.  Now energy that your body needed for other internal activities, such as metabolism and digestion, is being used to produce saliva.

4.  Gum is Sweetened With Sugar.

Diets with excessive sugar are linked to obesity, Type II Diabetes, atherosclerosis, and even the breeding of cancer cells inside the body.


Kill Your Carb Cravings For Good HERE


5.  Sugar-Free Gum Contains Toxic Chemicals

Sugar-free gum is most likely sweetened with aspartame; a chemical that is believed to be both a brain toxin and the cause of many other scary disorders, even cancers.
“Healthy” gum is sweetened with xylitol; an otherwise “healthy” naturally occurring ingredient found in berries, oats, beets, sugar cane, and birch.
However, the xylitol in chewing gum is not the same as the xylitol found in nature; which is used medicinally to prevent tooth decay and even ear infections.
Rather, thy xylitol made for, say, chewing gum, is often a byproduct of taking natural ‘xylan’ from something like corn and then adding chemicals to it.
That also makes Xylitol products particularly vulnerable to having nasty GMO’s!

Why Do We Chew Gum?

You may chew gum because it’s an alternative to another addiction; such as candies, smoking, or nail-biting.
But another reason we chew gum is because we become addicted to the sugary taste and the chemicals in most chewing gums.
Also, chewing gum helps us focus on a task for longer periods of time.
But did you know that Wu-Long ALSO helps improve mental clarity and productivity?
That’s right; and Wu-Long will help you CURB carb cravings, so you’ll be less likely to get hit with a sugary snack attack throughout your day.
Best yet, you don’t need to brew a pot of water for your Wu-Long after all.
That’s because it comes in convenient, easy capsules as well!
Plus, our tea burns up to 240% MORE fat than green tea…
But our capsules are a concentrated form of the tea that are more than TWICE as powerful as the tea!
Wu-Long Slimming Tea Capsules burn up to 523% MORE fat than green tea.
We completely SOLD OUT of our slimming tea capsules in the 3 and 5 month supplies this week…
But you can still order the one-month supply when you go here.


Did you know that Wu-Long is one of the world’s ONLY

teas that has NO chemicals, NO pesticide residue, and

NO artificial colors or flavors?

Read more about one of the world’s most pure teas here.




  • symptoms of asthma
    January 28, 2014

    Howdy! Someone in my Facebook group shared this website with us so I came to check it out. I’m definitely enjoying the information. I’m bookmarking and will be tweeting this to my followers! Great blog and wonderful design.

  • back pain lower
    January 28, 2014

    Hey There. I discovered your blog using msn. That is a very well written article. I will be sure to bookmark it and come back to read extra of your helpful information. Thank you for the post. I’ll certainly return.

    • Stephanie
      January 28, 2014

      Thanks! We will keep writing and researching truth in weight loss, wellness and nutrition. Keep reading and keep commenting!

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.