Green Tea Extract contains health-promoting polyphenol compounds such as (EGCG), which supports cellular, cardiovascular & cognitive health, and promotes healthy cellular proliferation & metabolic function.
Green Tea Extract Benefits
Excellent source of antioxidants
Promotes healthy cell proliferation, heart health, and metabolism
Helps to improve blood health
Supports cholesterol levels already within the normal range
Promotes healthy weight
Inflammation Management | Brain Health | Blood Pressure & Vascular Support
When you don’t have time to drink an extra cup of tea, or you just prefer coffee, you can make sure of taking in all the benefits of green tea by simply taking our Green Tea Extract. It actually contains more active natural ingredients than an average cup of tea. And it’s so much easier to consume and have it handy.
Excellent source of antioxidants
Antioxidants are natural substances that reduce oxidative stress. They accomplish this function by counteracting oxidation, which would lead to the production of harmful molecules called free radicals. Free radicals are believed to be connected with the development of different maladies.
Green tea contains a wide range of antioxidants, but the main ones are polyphenols named catechins. In a clinical study, green tea extract was shown to increase antioxidant plasma levels.1 Our Green Tea Extract was developed to contain 50% of polyphenols, which is higher than the market average.
Supports cellular health
When green tea antioxidants reduce oxidative stress, they actually protect cells from damage and induce healthy cell proliferation. But there are more ways through which green tea polyphenols, specifically catechins, involved in cellular health.
Functions of the most prominent catechin of the Green Tea Extract—EGCG—was researched on tissue and cellular levels, and it was found that EGCG positively influences various enzymes and enzymatic reactions, which may help in delaying health problems.2
Helps improve blood health
Oxidative stress causes negative changes in blood, specifically the rise of fat in the blood, which in turn often leads to different heart and vessel problems. Taking antioxidants in various forms —and Green Tea Extract is one of the most bioavailable antioxidant sources—is the easiest and the most affordable way to support your heart health ahead in time.3, 4
EGCG—Green Tea’s most active constituent—increases cellular cholesterol efflux. And this is believed to be a mechanism through which green tea modulates cholesterol metabolism.5 By taking Green Tea Extract you may help your body to maintain cholesterol levels already within the normal range.
Helps maintain a healthy weight
Although the topic of the relationship between green tea and weight maintenance has been controversial, there are clinical studies that support the belief that green tea may be helpful in weight management. In a study published in Clinical Nutrition Journal, 50 women taking green tea extract achieved healthier body mass and reduced waist circumference.6
Similar results from another study were also published in American College of Nutrition. In this study, researchers compared the effects of green tea and green tea extract, and the results were the same.7 So, even with the controversy around this topic, and having evidence in support, isn’t it worth to take this small step for maintaining a healthy weight?
Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules daily, or as directed by your qualified healthcare professional.
Warning: Consult a healthcare professional prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing, taking any medications, or have any medical conditions. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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