Not too long ago, you couldn’t scroll your feed on Instagram without seeing a post about slimming tea. It seemed to be all the rage for a while there, and all the celebrities were getting in on it. Their marketing did not suck. Meanwhile, quietly in our own stash of amazing Young Living products sat Slique Ocotea Oolong Cacao Tea just waiting to be noticed. It’s so unassuming among the powerhouse essential oils lineup that you would forget it’s even there. Oh but it is. And it is fabulous.

So what sets our Slique Tea apart from the rest of the slimming teas on the market? First of all, it’s the only tea infused with Young Living’s 100% pure therapeutic grade Frankincense powder. Second, our seed to seal commitment to quality is the only one like it in the industry, bar none. You know that every product released by Young Living has been put through the absolute highest level of scrutiny before ever being released into the market.

SLIQUE FOR WEIGHT MANAGEMENT

The Slique line of products is formulated with unique, natural ingredients to help you obtain your individual weight goals when combined with diet and physical activity.

Our Slique Tea blend is rich in flavonoids, a catechin compound generally associated with maintaining healthy body functions. It also contains polyphenols that may be useful for weight management when combined with a sensible diet. These, along with other natural tea antioxidants, make Slique Tea an excellent lifestyle choice.

INGREDIENTS

Jade oolong tea, inulin, ocotea leaf, cacao powder, vanilla essential oil, frankincense powder, natural stevia extract

DEFINITIONS

Flavinoids are one of the reasons fruits and vegetables are so good for you. Among the many benefits attributed to flavonoids are reduced risk of cancer, heart disease, asthma, and stroke.

Antioxidants protect the body from damage caused by harmful molecules called free radicals. Many experts believe this damage is a factor in the development of blood vessel disease (atherosclerosis), cancer, and other conditions.

Catechins, a type of disease-fighting flavonoid and antioxidant, are the keys to tea’s health benefits. Here’s a tip: The longer you steep the tea, the more flavonoids you’ll get in your brew.

Polyphenols are reducing agents, and together with other dietary reducing agents, such as vitamin C, vitamin E and carotenoids, referred to as antioxidants, protect the body’s tissues against oxidative stress and associated pathologies such as cancers, coronary heart disease and inflammation.

Inulin is not digested or absorbed in the stomach. It goes to the bowels where bacteria are able to use it to grow. It supports the growth of a special kind of bacteria that are associated with improving bowel function and general health.

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