Part II. Green Tea on Oprah! Does it really burn fat?

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10 Responses to “Part II. Green Tea on Oprah! Does it really burn fat?”

  1. palmbeachprincessLW Reply November 9, 2014 at 11:55 pm

    it DOSE work

  2. In fact you might be interested to know that studies recently have shown
    that people who can’t get a good night’s sleep (think caffeine) end up
    eating more because their body produces more grehlin, the chemical
    responsible for making you feel hungry.

  3. it makes you do poo … it does for me and then you get like really hungry
    … but i drink like the real tea leves like the ones you get a china
    town..lol

  4. Hey Jay, this was very interesting !!!!!!!! I gotta tell you change the
    music……lol

  5. you’re awesome!

  6. u tosser mate!

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  8. how about slim quick 4 women? this was very useful info, thxs 4 posting! ps
    i agree with jenjen change this music –

  9. Stoney Productions Reply November 10, 2014 at 1:38 am

    hmm i got some green tea from a dollor store was cheap as hell. hmm going
    to do a video for the next 4 months on green tea and see if i get results.

  10. spaceanduniverse27 Reply November 10, 2014 at 1:38 am

    If the Green Tea Extract has a key nutrient such as; Iodine, then the green
    tea can only help improve a sluggish thyroid if only a little, as Iodine
    isn’t the only key ingredient to be used to help improve thyroid function.
    When giving the body a vitamin/ mineral that it needs, don’t knock it, it
    can only help it, if only a little. Iodine, Kelp, and Selenium (I think
    Selenium) are some of the key minerals to help improve hypothyroidism.
    Iodine is one of the main minerals that is mentioned 1st.

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