Green Tea Extra- Green Tea Extract Drops with Goji and Acai Berry
Green Tea Extra - The New Way to Drink Green Tea for Both Weight Loss and Health
Green Tea Extra, green tea extract drops is not your ordinary green tea. It combines many natural extracts from Goji and Acai berries that are vital for your health and designed to create a unique green tea beverage that tastes great and delivers optimal benefits for your mind and body. Green Tea Extra Green Tea Diet Drink Mix is also highly concentrated and contains far more polyphenols and catechins (where the health benefits of green tea come from) than other capsules or drinks. Green Tea Extract is also more bio-available than the capsule form.
Green Tea Extra green tea weight loss drops has such high concentrations of the active ingredient, polyphenols, that you would need to drink 12 cups of tea to get the same as the amount found in one serving of Liquid Green Tea Extract. 1
Green Tea Extract Drops - Natural Green Tea Weight Loss Drink Supplement
Green Tea Extra Green Tea Diet Drink Mix Drops is proven in study to increase thermogenesis and weight loss!
Green Tea and the Power of EGCG
Green tea promotes fat burning. A clinical study found that people taking a green tea extract containing 270 mg per day of EGCG (about 2 servings of Green Tea Extra Green Tea Diet Drink Mix), the potent antioxidant found in green tea, for three months lost an average of 4.6% of their body weight without dieting.*
* Chantre P, Lairon D. Recent findings of green tea extract AR25 and its activity for the treatment of obesity. Phytomedicine 2002;9:3-8.
Already lauded as a powerful antioxidant, green tea extract may also help dieters shed fat, according to researchers reporting in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Green Tea Extra green tea diet drink mix drops may also be a safe improvement on traditional diet drugs because its benefits are "not accompanied by an increase in heart rate," writes Dr. Abdul Dulloo, of the University of Geneva in Switzerland. 2, 3
As part of their study, the investigators measured the 24-hour energy expenditure of 10 healthy men receiving three doses of caffeine (50 mg), green tea extract (containing 50 mg caffeine and 90 mg EGCG), or a 'dummy' placebo per day.
The study authors report that, compared with placebo, treatment with green tea was associated with a "significant increase" (+4%) in daily energy expenditure. This effect was not linked to the relatively small amounts of caffeine found in tea, since subjects receiving amounts of caffeine similar to those found in green tea displayed no change in daily energy output.
Dulloo's team points out that there are only two ways to lose fat: "reduce energy intake (i.e., dieting), or increase energy expenditure." According to their analysis, green tea extract seems to perform the latter function, although the mechanisms behind its action remain unclear.
The investigators note, however, that green tea extract contains a high amount of catechin polyphenols. These compounds may work with other chemicals to increase levels of fat oxidation and thermogenesis, where the body burns fuel such as fat to create heat.
"Stimulation of thermogenesis and fat oxidation by the green tea extract" did not raise subjects' heart rates, the researchers note. This may render green tea superior to stimulant diet drugs, which can have adverse cardiac effects, especially in "obese individuals with hypertension and other cardiovascular complications."
The Power of Green Tea
Green tea is linked to a host of health benefits
You've probably heard that green tea has been associated with good health. But you may not know why. It's because green tea is rich in antioxidants, compounds found in many plants, fruits and vegetables that support cardiovascular health and helps your body fight free radicals.
Green Tea Extra green tea extract weight loss drops is rich in polyphenol antioxidants.
Polyphenols are used primarily to ward off damage from free radicals. Free radicals are oxygen molecules that run rampant through the body, slamming into cells, damaging and destroying them.
The polyphenols in Green Tea Extra Diet Drink Mix are catechins with multiple linked ring-like structures. The dominant and most important catechin in green tea is called Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG), a potent antioxidant. EGCG is over 200 times more powerful than vitamin E in neutralizing the pro-oxidants and free radicals that attack lipids in the brain. Most capsule forms of green tea extract contain from 40-50% polyphenols. Green Tea Extra green tea weight loss doprs contains 98.7% polyphenols!
Though green tea is most-widely heralded for its antioxidant capabilities, it has a wide range of healthy applications. EGCG, has been found to provide many health benefits, such as:
- protects against digestive and respiratory infections
- helps to block the cancer-promoting actions of carcinogens and ultraviolet light
- discourages platelet clotting to a degree similar to aspirin or Ginkgo biloba extract
- inhibits pathogenic bacteria that cause food poisoning
- increases levels of acidophilus (friendly) bacteria
- blocking the attachment of bacteria associated with dental caries (cavities) to the teeth
Green Tea Extra Green Tea Extract has been found to be non-toxic both in acute dosages and high, long-term dosages.
Historical applications for Green Tea Extra Green Tea Extract:
- Used primarily for its free radical fighting capabilities
- EGCG protects against digestive and respiratory infections
- Helps block the cancer-promoting actions of carcinogens
- Helps lower total and LDL-cholesterol levels
- Can help with high blood pressure
- Reduces platelet aggregation
- Inhibiting pathogenic bacteria that cause food poisoning
- Blocks the attachment of the bacteria associated with dental cavities
Sources American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1999;70:1040-1045. 2, 3
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Green Tea References
(1) One cup of green tea may provide 10-40mg of polyphenols/anitoxidants as sited on Supplementwatch.com.
(2) Abdul G Dulloo, Claudette Duret, Dorothée Rohrer, Lucien Girardier, Nouri Mensi, Marc Fathi, Philippe Chantre and Jacques Vandermander: Efficacy of a green tea extract rich in catechin polyphenols and caffeine in increasing 24-h energy expenditure and fat oxidation in humans, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 70, No 6, 1040-1045, Dec. 1999
(3) Nagao, T. et al. "Ingestion of a tea rich in catechins leads to a reduction in body fat and malondialehype-modified LDL in men. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 18(1)122-9, January, 2005