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  1. At least this stuff has a whisper of health to it. I feel like a crack addict clutching the Red Bull during the day! Will definitely try it.

    Comment by Chuck — 10/13/2006 @ 07:34:29 AM

  2. “Whisper” is right. Regardless of any actual healthful properties, the tea ingredient is designed to make people think this is more tonic than junk food. Much like the tea cocktail mini-trend on display in some NYC bars.

    Doesn’t mean I’m not falling for it. I’ll get a chance to sample Enviga soon: It’s rolling out in the Northeast in just a couple of weeks, ahead of a national release in January. Plenty of time to do a product and physiological results review here!

    Comment by CT — 10/13/2006 @ 10:21:06 AM

  3. MY ENVIGA EXPERIMENT

    Despite the skepticism I displayed last month over the calorie-burning claims, I knew I would get my hands on the first can of Enviga I came across. How could I resist an ECGC/caffeine/calcium concoction, presented in a stylishly-colorful can?
    I fou…

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 11/15/2006 @ 11:46:16 PM

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