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Are you hungry? Actually, you might be thirsty.

Did you know water acts as a natural hunger-blocker? If you think you’re hungry you might actually just be thirsty! Drinking more water will help cut down on these false hunger feelings. You should try to drink AT LEAST half your body weight in ounces each day. If you weigh 160 pounds you should drink at least 80 ounces (or ten cups) of water. To make this easier try adding some Slique Essence to your freshen water with the added benefits of essential oils!


Slique Essence combines grapefruit, tangerine, lemon, spearmint, and ocotea with stevia extract to support healthy weight management goals. These oils work together to help control hunger, especially when used with other Slique products. The citrus combination of grapefruit, tangerine, and lemon essential oils adds a flavorful and uplifting element when you need it most and spearmint may help with digestion. Ocotea essential oil adds an irresistible, cinnamon-like aroma to help control hunger, while stevia adds an all-natural sweetener that provides a pleasant taste with no added calories. Staying hydrated is so important for your metabolism to run at its best. Your body is up to 60 percent water and needs water to function properly. Being dehydrated prevents your metabolism from running at peak capacity so drink more water!!!

You can also try the Slique Tea, a delicious, rare blend of natural ingredients chosen for their impressive phytonutrient content. The tea features an exquisite blend of delicious cacao powder, cinnamon bark, flavourful ground nutmeg, and pure, proprietary vanilla essential oil. This exotic blend is a healthy, nutritious alternative to sugary fruit drinks, concentrates, soft drinks, and coffees. Add it to your daily routine to complement a healthy lifestyle and regular exercise. Provides a natural energy boost and contains natural tea antioxidants.

How do you like to use the Slique products? What do you like about these products? Let us know in the comments.

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