TLS® Trim Tea
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- Supports leptin sensitivity to help manage hunger and stimulate lipolysis
- Helps curb appetite
- May promote a feeling of fullness
- Promotes healthy weight management
- Supports/helps promote weight loss
- Supports metabolic balance and wellness
- Moderates glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase enzyme activity to reduce the amount of ingested starches that are converted to triglycerides and stored as fat
- Supports levels of adiponectin to help maintain healthy insulin sensitivity
- Helps maintain normal blood sugar levels
- Helps maintain normal insulin activity
- Helps maintain normal cholesterol levels
- Supports cardiovascular health
Polyphenols – such as flavonoids including catechins, thearubigins, and theaflavins— are abundant in black tea and thought to be responsible for many of its benefits. Black tea also contains tannins.*
What does thermogenic mean?
The production of heat in the body so that excess fat is used as energy.*
What is the difference between green tea extract and black tea extract?
Though they come from the same camellia sinensis plant, black tea is different from green tea in its process. Black tea leaves are aged more and oxidized by the sun, unlike green tea which is not processed as long. Because of the difference in processing, they support health in different ways. Black tea extract contains theaflavins, which have contributed to weight loss in past research studies.
How do I take TLS® Trim Tea?
Mix one stickpack with 6 fl. oz. of hot or cold water. Trim Tea is most effective if taken 30-60 minutes before a meal, but not required. You may use more or less water depending on preference of tea taste.
How often should I drink Trim Tea?
As a dietary supplement, take once daily or as directed by your healthcare provider.
What products can I use in conjunction with TLS® Trim Tea?
All TLS® products can be used in conjunction with the Trim Tea.
How long should I use Trim Tea?
While everyone’s body and weight management journey is different, a clinical study showed reduction of body weight and improvement in metabolic parameters with the use of WellTrim® iG over a 10-week period.
What does Trim Tea taste like?
Trim Tea tastes like a very potent, clean black tea.
Is Trim Tea caffeinated?
It is equivalent to a standard cup of black tea and can vary in caffeine due to it being a natural product and not standardized.
How does it differ from other slimming teas on the market?
Other slimming teas often induce a laxative effect, which is a quick fix rather than a sustainable solution for long-term weight management. TLS® Trim Tea is a thermogenic slimming tea, specifically designed to promote effective, lasting weight loss.*
Are there any warnings for this product?
If you are currently taking any prescription medication or have an ongoing medical condition, you should consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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I've used 4 boxes and have not lost any weight. very disappointed.....
Trim Tea - box is still full
I drank it once and experienced terrible cramps. Won't drink it again.
Works really great.
I’ve been on Tri Tea 2 weeks and so far, so good..... anxious to see if there’s any weight loss after three months😉
im going to order it nexts week