Bootea / Teatox

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers' started by bugsbunny2000, 9 April 2014.

  1. bugsbunny2000

    bugsbunny2000 Proud to be a LOSER :)

    Anyone tried this:

    14 days. Starting it today so will let you know if it helps at all!

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  2. SlimMeDown

    SlimMeDown Well-Known Member

    I've never heard of it! I'll have to have a google- could be what I'm after! Hope it goes well anyway :)
  3. bugsbunny2000

    bugsbunny2000 Proud to be a LOSER :)

    Definitely google it. If you have ********* then search #booteauk or #bootea and there are some fab before/after pics. You take 1 tea every morning and another tea every other night (that's what's gonna act as a laxative lol tmi)

    People have lost lbs and inches but tbh I'm not expecting it to be a quick-fix. I still need to exercise and eat well but I'm not following their eating plan as I'd rather follow WW but have no coffee or alcohol (which I don't anyway) or much meat. It says no meat unless it's lean. So far I've only had chicken and today I'm having sole fish. Surely that's better than stuffing my face with pizza lol!

    Holland and Barrett are selling the 14-day pack for £20 which is the same as they sell online (minus the £3 delivery).

    I will update if I've noticed any changes :)

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  4. Dolly Rocker

    Dolly Rocker Well-Known Member

    How did you get on with this?

    Was thinking of trying this.

  5. Featherhat

    Featherhat Well-Known Member

    I remember being warned off these "Green Tea Detoxes", as they are not a scam exactly but achieve any results with a strong laxative effect (extra strength senna among other things) which, erm, "empties you out" and that's what "aids" the weight loss. It doesn't help in the loss of fat really.

    That said I do drink matcha and mint teas (normal strength) as I find they help with bloating and indigestion as part of a healthy diet rather than going on a big cleanse or detox. The best thing for Detox? Water.

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