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Mega Green Tea Extract, EU

Packed with powerful polyphenols

Item #00954EU 100 Vegetarian Capsules 1 per serving In Stock
Vegetarian Anti-aging Memory Botanicals Bestseller non-GMO Immune Herbs Cholesterol Green tea Gluten-free Brain Inflammation

Mega Green Tea Extract, EU

Packed with powerful polyphenols

Item #00954EU 100 Vegetarian Capsules 1 per serving In Stock

For you if you are interested in a powerful green tea antioxidant with numerous benefits

The powerful nutrients of Decaffeinated Mega Green Tea Extract, EU can:

  • Provide over 325 mg of potent EGCG
  • Promote cardiovascular & cognitive health
  • Encourage metabolic function and weight loss
  • Support cellular health and longevity
  • Offer strong antioxidant protection to fight oxidation
  • Help enhance the immune function

Decaffeinated Mega Green Tea Extract is packed with powerful plant compounds called polyphenols, the most well-characterized of which is EGCG, which can benefit our bodies in multiple ways. Green tea has been extensively researched and proven to have numerous healthy effects, among which we find anti-aging properties.

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Polyphenols compounds & EGCG

Green tea is loaded with plant compounds called polyphenols, the most well-characterized of which is EGCG. EGCG forms a powerful antioxidant, which has been subjected to extensive scientific research and found to be much more potent than vitamins C and E. 

Among the abundant health-promoting properties of EGCG are healthy cell reproduction, (1) metabolic function, and cardiovascular health support. (2)

EGCG can also help protect brain health, (3) benefit immune system function, and help promote a healthy body weight. (4,5)

One cup of green tea provides roughly 150-300 mg of polyphenols (6) and has antioxidant effects that are greater than a serving of broccoli, spinach, carrots, or strawberries.

Each capsule of Decaffeinated Mega Green Tea Extract provides 725 mg of green tea extract, which is the equivalent of more than three cups of green tea. This 98% green tea extract is standardized to provide high antioxidant potency, using the most important polyphenol of green tea. 

Moreover, green tea powdered extracts have been shown to absorb 60%-90% better into the bloodstream and to be far more bioavailable than drinking green tea.

The benefits of green tea

Green tea has been shown to provide many benefits including:

  • Protects against oxidation: Green tea polyphenols are capable of directly neutralizing destructive free radicals and are also thought to boost the body's own internal oxidative stress defenses. They've also been shown to inhibit oxidative stress. (7-9)
  • Cellular health support: Green tea supports healthy cellular proliferation. (1) In fact, the green tea polyphenol EGCG has a remarkably broad array of cellular health benefits, exerting a positive influence on mitochondrial health, intracellular signaling pathways, intracellular messengers, transcription factors, healthy gene expression and more. (10)

  • Cholesterol management: Green tea, green tea extracts and EGCG can help maintain already-healthy blood cholesterol, LDL and triglyceride levels. (11,12)

  • Neuroprotection and metabolic health: Green tea and its polyphenols, including EGCG, help protect nerve cells and nerve function, have been shown to help preserve metabolic health, and help maintain already-healthy glucose levels. (13-15)

  • Also: Fluid-stabilising properties, promoting weight loss, boosting the effectiveness of enzymatic phase II detoxification, and enhancing immune function.


An advanced extract

Decaffeinated Mega Green Tea Extract has been concentrated and dual standardised to ensure the highest quality, consistency and biological activity.

This advanced extract contains 98% total polyphenols and 45% epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG).

Health topics:
Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 capsule
Servings per Container: 100

Amount per Day (1 capsule):%RI*
Green tea decaffeinated extract (leaf) [std. to 98% polyphenols, 45% EGCG (326.25 mg)]725 mg**

*RI = EU reference intake **No RI available

INGREDIENTS: 

Green tea (Camellia sinensis L.) decaffeinated leaf extract, capsule (hydroxypropylmethylcellulose), rice flour, anti-caking agents (silicon dioxide [nano], fatty acids)

non-GMO

DIRECTIONS:

Take one (1) capsule daily without food. Each serving contains a small amount of caffeine (max. of 3.6 mg).

CAUTION:

Do not consume a daily amount of 800 mg of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate or more. Should not be consumed on an empty stomach, by pregnant or lactating women and children below 18 years old and if you are consuming other products containing green tea on the same day.

WARNINGS:

Keep out of reach of children.

Do not exceed recommended daily dose.

Do not purchase if outer seal is broken or damaged.

Consult with your physician if you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition.

A food supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Store tightly closed in a cool, dry place.

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