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White tea may help combat obesity, say experts

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  1. Jim

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    Really, that's all it takes?

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    Yeah yeah yeah. They're always conflicting with advice. It'll prob say next year it's bad for ya or something lol.
     
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    Exactly hun.
     
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    Hmmm, I think the word to focus on here is 'may'. It's like the get-out clause on diet aids "may help weight-loss when combined with a calorie controlled diet". Meaning that watching how many calories you eat and expend will enable you to lose weight anyway, whether you use this product or not.;)

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    Hi Amanda, ltns, how are ya? :)
     
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    I'm good:), what does ltns mean?

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    Good to hear. ltns = long time no see
     
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    Aaahh! Now I've learned another one:D. Me and my daughter were wondering what it meant. I asked her (cos she is young and hip lol), but she didn't know.

    Have you been drinking white tea, Lyn??

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    I started drinking redbush tea after reading The No 1 Ladies Detective Agency:D. I prefer it black. I have never seen caramel redbush tea though, will look out for it.

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    Oh I saw a couple episodes on bbc1 of that. You can buy the caramel in Lidl, think they do vanilla and an orange flavour too.
     
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