Wu Yi Tea, while being a form of Oolong tea, appears to have enhanced weight loss properties.
Wu Yi Tea has been huge in the news and is a very popular form of weight loss tea, but where and how did it actually start? We know that it is derived from China, but the owner of Wu Yi Tea is from the United States and the product is shipped there.
The owner Michael Taiji first got the idea for Wu Yi Tea when he visited Chinatown in New York City over 15 years ago. He visited a tea shop and saw the hundreds of different forms of tea that the Chinese provided. He wondered if there was a way to take these teas that claim to help lose weight, and actually find a tea that is solely responsible for burning fat.
Michael went to China and learned more about all the different types of tea and what chemicals were responsible for doing what. He found out that green tea was the best of all these types of tea and was loaded with the fat loss chemical polyphenols that we are always talking about. Michael found a way to add polyphenols to green tea by mixing green tea with the wu yi tea leaf. Voila, Wu Yi tea was formed and is now the most popular weight loss tea in the world.
Wu Yi Tea has other benefits too. What if you could find a supplement on the market that not only helped you lose weight, but could also do great things for your health and wellness. Green tea has long been used as natural medicine for those that are sick. The antioxidants and minerals are said to be able to really improve the body’s health and keep you feeling great for a long time. Now, Wu Yi tea, a form of green tea, really a type of oolong tea, has hit the market.
You can find so many forms of green tea on the market today, it is tough to figure out which kinds are the best. Simply type green tea into a search engine and you can find ten different kinds in a matter of seconds. You already know that Wu Yi Tea is the most popular green tea in the world, but what other popular kinds are:
- Dragon Well. It is very low in caffeine, and has a smooth walnut type taste. This is a very popular version in China, and contains many of the same qualities as Wu Yi, but not quite as strong fat loss content.
- Mao Jian is another huge green tea that is hard to find outside China. It has a sweet, but almost soapy taste that causes many people to favour other kinds of green tea instead.
- The third and final most popular green tea is called Bi Luo Chun and is from the South of China. This is probably the best tasting of all the green tea, but has nowhere near the dietary effects that any of the other green teas have.
In conclusion, you won’t find any better tea for it’s antioxidant properties than Wu Yi Tea. It now has many competitors also from China, but none seem to be able to match the complete effects Wu Yi has on your body.
While you may certainly try other Oolong teas I cannot guarantee they will have the same effects as genuine Wu Yi Tea.