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    Has anybody try that drink that revs .Dr. Oz
    cindigal posted:
    It contains green tea, tangerine and mint. I love green tea anyway but I get the herbal flavored kind and use stevia or splenda. I have one those ice tea makers that makes a big pitcher. I bought tangerines and mint at the store. The primary ingredient I believe is the mint because I read somewhere that is acts on the gallballder and filters alot of toxins and revs metabolism and the tangerines does something in combination with mint.

    I usually have take many bathroom breaks when I drink green tea but today when I started the drink I went to bathroom more than usual. Do you think because of the drink..?? Well, whatever works cause I want my metabolism to work more. I go to gym at the apt and do the elliptical for 30 minutes at a steady pace. I work out with my swiss ball at home with sit ups for stomach. I watch my diet, but I always had a sluggish metabolism my whole life. Maybe with this drink which I really like the taste, my metabolism will start going.


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