Green tea extract
- Helps with slimming1
- Purifies the body2
- Beneficial for the sugar and cholesterol levels3
- Good for the heart and blood vessels4
1 Green tea supports weight management
2 Green tea promotes the maintenance of healthy urinary tract
3 Green tea helps maintain normal cholesterol and sugar levels
4 Green tea supports the circulation in the heart and blood vessels
What's it good for?
In order to function, the human body needs energy. The necessary energy is supplied through the food. If the supply of energy is greater than the consumption, the surplus is piled up in the form of fats. It is a fact that little exercise and an abundance of sugar or high-fat foods promotes the development of obesity.
Obesity not only causes respiratory problems and painful joints (knee, hip) but also increases the risk of various disorders such as high blood pressure and diabetes. Preventing obesity is therefore very important.View research
Cholesterol is a type of fat that is used as a building block for cells, hormones and bile. Without cholesterol we can't live, but too much is unhealthy. Too high a level of cholesterol increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. When we talk about the risks of cholesterol, we have to make a distinction between good and bad cholesterol.
Good or HDL cholesterol protects against cardiovascular diseases. Bad or LDL-cholesterol is a risk factor for arteriosclerosis or the clogging of veins.View research
Our bodies use sugar or glucose as fuel. Sugar is a source of energy for our bodies. But glucose has to penetrate all cells of our body to be used as energy. Insulin, a hormone, makes it possible for sugar to be absorbed by the cells. Insulin is produced by the pancreas. A good blood sugar regulation is important, prevents high blood sugar levels and reduces the risk of diabetes.View research
Weight Control: Green tea extract
- Extract (20:1) from green thee (Camellia sinensis) 500 mg
- with EGCG (Epigallocatechinegallaat) 300 mg
- with caffein: 1,5 mg
1 per day