Natural Factors Green Tea 300mg 60 caps
Natural Factors Green Tea 300mg 60caps
Polyphenol, a strong antioxidant naturally found in green tea, plays a significant role in contributing to the well being of our body. The major polyphenols found in green tea are catechins, in particular epicatechin, epicatechin gallate, epigallocate-chin-3-gallate (EGCg), and proanthocyanidins. Among all the polyphenols, epigallocate-chin-3-gallate (EGCg) is the most powerful of the catechins family with a high antioxidant activity of 25-100 times stronger than Vitamins C and E. Natural Factors Green Tea is a premium supplement which delivers the most potent dose of Green Tea.
What Are the Key Health Benefits Associated with Natural Factors Green Tea?
- Antioxidant protection
- Potent Antimicrobial agent
- Promotes Cardiovascular health
- Aids in the digestion of fat
- Prevents periodontal disease
- Helps weight loss
- Has Cancer preventive effect
- Fights bad breath
Why do we need Natural Factors Green Tea?
Cancer prevention: Studies show that green tea consumption protect us against the development of esophageal, stomach, lung, colorectal, bladder, gastric and pancreatic cancers by stimulating the activities of our antioxidant enzymes such as glutathione peroxidase and catalase. Besides, green tea also inhibit the cancer causing enzymes involved in tumour promotion.
Atherosclerosis: Australian researchers discovered that the phenolic compounds found in green tea may reduce the oxidation of low density lipoproteins (LDLs) and thereby lowering the chance of atherosclerosis and heart disease.
Dental cavities and periodontal disease: Research shows that green tea catechins has the ability to suppress the process by which cavity-causing bacteria create plaque and cause tooth decay. In addition, green tea catechin can potentially kill the bacteria themselves.
Weight management: The studies of the effect of green tea extract on weight reduction show a 40% decrease in the digestion of fat in both the stomach and intestine after taking green tea extract. As a result, it is concluded that green tea extract plays a role in delaying the action of gastric and intestinal lipases, thereby resulting in a reduction of fat digestion and absorption. In addition, studies also found that green tea extract has a stronger thermogenic action than caffeine or ephedrine.