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Javita Weight Loss Coffee and Green Tea

Javita Weight Loss Coffee and Green Tea

Suppose I tell you that drinking coffee and green tea can lead to weight loss? Yes girl! But not any ole coffee and tea but Javita Weight Loss Coffee and Green Tea. If you have never heard of Javita then familiarize yourself. 

I was sent a sample of coffee and green tea packs from a brand ambassador for Javita. I am not getting paid to do this review and this is honestly what I think. 

Javita Coffee Review
Javita is the best tasting coffee I had ever tasted. No joke. I tried it black like I sometimes like it, then I added my usual cream so I can compare. It was so bold in flavor and the aroma was like no other coffee I had tasted. You don't even need sugar - in my opinion. 

I am not a big fan of instant coffee because the taste is always not as smooth and tasty as a freshly brewed pot of coffee. But not this. If you gave me a cup without telling me, I wouldn't guess that it is instant coffee.  I loved it. 

Green Tea Review
I will come out and tell you that I hate drinking green tea. I am a big tea drinker. I practically live at Teavana but you would never get me drink green tea. But I tried this Javita Green Tea expecting the nasty, green, bitter taste that is associated with green tea. However that was not the case. It was not bitter at all. I had to add honey to give it some sweetness because it was a bit strong (but not bitter). 

It's very rich. I later realize that I did not need a full pack of the green tea to make one 8oz cup of tea because when I added more water the taste was much better. 

Javita green tea will detoxify the body and promote weight loss.  The Javita coffee will wake you up and keep you alert and energized. The greatest benefit of all is that Javita coffee and  green tea helps to curb your appetite. So, you will realize that you won't need to snack as often during the day.  

This simple change in diet will show on your waistline and the scale. Switch your regular coffee or tea with Javita and see how it works for you. 

So how do you get your hands on some Javita coffee and green tea?  
You can order coffee and tea packs at

1 full box of 24 packs is only $50
If you buy 2 boxes (48 packs) it's only $90. 

Are you a coffee or tea lover? 


  1. Arlene ToussaintJune 15, 2014 at 7:03 PM

    What color was your hair before you colored it?? Did you sit under the dryer? I read about someone else who used this product and they sat under the dryer for 30 minutes and 30 minutes without the dryer.

  2. GlamNaturalLife.comJune 20, 2014 at 3:42 PM

    I did not use a dryer. I followed the instructions on the label. this was my first time coloring so I followed the steps on the box

  3. Great review! I have been looking for these products but they aren't at my local Target yet.

  4. GlamNaturalLife.comJune 23, 2014 at 9:40 AM

    Hey Tia. I haven't seen it in my target either. But they are on

  5. Does the cantu shea butter leave in conditioner have the same effect as the cantu shea butter coconut curling cream for natural hair?

  6. GlamNaturalLife.comJune 24, 2014 at 11:16 AM

    The curl cream promotes curl definition and I love it for my braid outs and moisturizing. However it does not give you lots of hold but I am ok with that. I feel that both the leave in and curl cream are great moisturizers. If i had to choose i would choose the curl cream because it moisturizes just as good as the leave in and its in a jar so its easier to scoop the product out. hope that helps


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