Green Tea Extract supports cholesterol levels and blood flow already within the normal range.
Contains catechins, a powerful antioxidants that are 200 times stronger than vitamin E. Antimicrobial properties, helps normalize vascular blood clotting
and total cholesterol, supports healthy kidney function.
- Provides antioxidant properties that benefit immune and circulatory health.
- Helps maintain already normal blood flow.
- Supports cholesterol levels already within the normal range.
- Supports healthy kidney function.
- May help protect the digestive and respiratory systems.
How It Works:
Green tea contains catechins—a type of polyphenol with powerful antioxidants that neutralize free radicals. Green tea also provides antimicrobial immune system support, helps support the vascular blood-clotting function and helps maintain cholesterol levels already within the normal range. It also appears to support healthy kidney function.
Green tea leaf extract—decaffeinated (80% polyphenols, 60% catechins, 30% EGCG).
Take 1 capsule three times daily with a meal. Three capsules equals 10 cups of liquid green tea. Not recommended for children under 6 or pregnant/nursing women.
Quantity: 60 Capsules
Amount: 400 mg
Standardized Extract Herbal Combination
Green Tea Extract [immune, Circulatory] contains catechins,
powerful antioxidants that are 200 times stronger than
vitamin E at neutralizing free radicals molecules
that attack lipids in the brain and other tissues.
Green tea also possesses antimicrobial properties (immune
system support), helps normalize vascular blood clotting
and total cholesterol, and supports healthy kidney function.
Caution: Not recommended.for children
under 6 or pregnant & nursing women.
Each capsule contains 400 mg of standardized green tea extract
(80% polyphenols, 60% catechins, 30% EGCG). Take 1 capsule
three times daily with a meal.
Three capsules equals 10 cups of liquid green tea.
Cellulose (plant fiber), magnesium stearate (vegetable), silicon
dioxide (powdered silica), gelatin, and water.
Green tea contains compounds called catechins, a class of antioxidants which have been associated with an increased metabolism and the ability to stimulate fat burning.
In a 2005 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, a group of men who consumed 690 milligrams of green tea extract per day lost more weight in three months than a control group (an average of 5.3 pounds versus. 2.9 pounds).
Previous studies have shown that green tea causes weight loss in women, too.