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Wu-Yi Pixie Pack

Green tea weight loss drink with only seven calories.

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Wu-Yi Pixie Pack is a weight loss and energy drink that contains the much heralded black oolong and green tea extracts. These two teas have been associated with increasing metabolism thereby helping you to lose weight.

Rather than having to boil water and steep a tea bag, the Wu-Yi Pixie Packs are easy-to-use powdered packets that are dissolved in water. Each packet contains only seven calories and half the caffeine of regular soda. This product is supposed to help you lose weight, increase your energy and boost your metabolism through its unique blend of tea extracts and other weight-loss enhancing ingredients.

PRO
  • Tea contains many powerful antioxidants
  • Wu-Yi Pixie Packs are sugar-free
  • Very low in calories
  • Drink mixes are convenient and easy to use
  • Tea may help to aid in weight loss
CON
  • Wu-Yi Pixie Packs are a temporary solution to weight loss
  • Automatically enrolled in the auto-shipment program
  • Contains caffeine
  • Does not include a diet and exercise program
INGREDIENTS

Each Wu-Yi Pixie Packs contains green tea extract, Wu-Yi oolong tea extract, Citrimax, Vitamin B complex.

ADMINISTRATION

One Wu-Yi Pixie Pack is dissolved in water and drank throughout the day. You should follow the instructions on the package label and not exceed the recommended dosage.

DIET and EXERCISE

There are no specific diet or exercise guidelines to follow while taking Wu-Yi Pixie Packs. But since the product does contain caffeine and an appetite suppressant, you may notice that your hunger decreases. You don’t want to consume this product 3-4 hours before you go to bed since it may interrupt with sleep.

CONCLUSION

Wu-Yi Pixie Pack offers a convenient and easy way to this supposed weight loss supplement. It contains a blend of tea extracts as well as Citrimax, an appetite suppressant. But be aware that any product that claims to help melt fat away is probably more hype than fact. In addition, the “free” trial offer isn’t actually free. Your credit card will be billed each month for a new shipment unless you cancel order within a few days of ordering it.

As with any supplement, speak with your physician before taking this product.

Common Misspellings

Woo-Yi Pixie Pack, Wu-Yi Pixy Pack, WuYi Pixie Pack, Wu-Yi Pixie Tea, Wu-Yi Tea Packets, Wu-Yi Drink Packets


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(Page 1 of 1, 3 total comments)

molly

its good, but....I got my free trial without ordering it, and had to cancel my atm card and get a new one to avoid excessive monthly charges. I would like to get more, but on my own terms, not 70 bux worth each month,.

posted Jun 26th, 2009 10:51 pm


janice hixson

i want to stop the shipments as of now

janice

posted Jun 24th, 2009 2:14 pm


Sarah

This supplement gave me instant headaches, had to discontinue use after 4 days.

posted Dec 29th, 2008 1:21 pm



   
 

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