How to Avoid Those Hidden Calories that Sabotage Your Slimming Diet

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How to Avoid Those Hidden Calories that Sabotage Your Slimming Diet
How to Avoid Those Hidden Calories that Sabotage Your Slimming Diet

Processed foods of all types are packed with calories that you may not realize are there.  This is obviously necessary to give processed foods a long shelf life.
And owing to the inevitable loss of flavor in processed foods, manufacturers add plenty of salt, sugar and artificial flavorings to compensate. Fair enough – what you lose in healthy nutrition you gain in convenience!

Go by the facts – not the marketing

However, a large number of pre-processed foods and drinks marked as diet, low-calorie or suitable for slimmers have been tested by Consumer Protection organisations and found to be the opposite of what they claim on the packet!
In fact, it has been proven that some ‘diet’ food products contain as many as, or in some shameful cases, even more calories than the regular version!
And that’s not fair at all!


One of the reasons so many dieters have found it almost impossible to lose weight, is that it’s virtually impossible to keep track of the hidden calories that sabotage your weight loss plan. If the only way to avoid those hidden calories that sabotage your slimming diet was to switch to a completely unprocessed diet and spend even more time shopping and cooking – the obesity epidemic would never end!
There must be a better way to lose weight sensibly, safely and quickly – surely?

Thermo – what?

Thermogenesis is a wonderful natural process that speeds up the metabolism, so you get the same amount of fat-burning as a hard, punishing exercise regime or a drastic cut in food intake – without exercising or dieting!

The four teas made from the Camellia Sinensis plant (TBSI ID: IH2B07A0) are packed full of the components proven to create healthy, fast, fat-burning, thermogenesis and they are green tea, white tea, pu-erh tea and oolong tea.

Why doesn’t everybody know about this?

Well, for one very simple reason – the obesity-busting teas made from the Camellia Sinensis plant are not owned by a multi-national company who can control access, spend millions on marketing and pocket a hefty profit! And your doctor won’t tell you about the four weight-loss teas either, because he can’t make any money out it.

But don’t get the idea that the medical world and obesity specialists are skeptical about the potent thermogenic and appetite suppressing action of the teas. Quite the reverse is true – because their results are the scientific proof!

Medical proof

The huge amount of international research into these four teas as a practical treatment for obesity has been coming up with the same excellent weight-reducing results for years.

Drinking a blend of these thermogenic teas really does produce solid, significant weight loss – quickly, safely and permanently!

As long as you keep drinking a blend of these four teas, the high levels of catechins in the tea will keep on:

  • Burning-off excess fat
  • Keeping your stomach feeling full for longer
  • Draining unnecessary fluids
  • Stopping hunger pangs
  • Restricting the formation of new fat-cells

Synergy boosts potency x10

When combined in a scientific process known as synergy, the four teas’ individual slimming properties are greatly increased, and like a well-trained football team, the potency is boosted by 10 times.

How to avoid those hidden calories?

When you’ve dropped two sizes in about 4 weeks, just from drinking delicious tea every day and still eating your regular foods – you won’t need to bother about avoiding hidden calories!

With your weight worries cut down to size once and for all – “frankly, my dear, you won’t give a damn!”

Happy slimming!


Kou Tea is a specially prepared synergetic blend of high quality green, white, oolong and pur-eh teas with a delicate flavor to enjoy at home, at work and on any occasion.

See also: French study by Dr. Tran Dai-Sy of the ARMA Medical Research Association, German health food organization on tea study 2009
Department of Agriculture study.

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