7 Times the EGCG Polyphenols As A Single Cup of Green Tea
Powerful EGCG polyphenols for optimal health
Green Tea (Decaffeinated) is a high-potency, standardized to 98% polyphenols green tea extract. It delivers more than seven times the polyphenols as a single cup of green tea — including the beneficial epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) antioxidant for a wide variety of health benefits.
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Health and Antioxidant Benefits of Green Tea in An All Natural Supplement, with No Caffeine
Green Tea (Decaffeinated) delivers all the health and antioxidant benefits of green tea — without the caffeine! Research shows that beneficial compounds in green tea promote cardiovascular health, encourage lipid clearance and glucose tolerance, support healthy body weight and DNA repair, promote prostate and breast health, and favorably influence healthy cell division.(1-7) One cup of green tea delivers roughly 100 mg of polyphenols.(8) One serving of Green Tea (Decaffeinated) delivers 725 mg of a high-potency, 98% polyphenol green tea extract packed with EGCG, the key compound tied to green tea’s multi-modal health benefits.(9) Try this super-convenient, decaffeinated green tea extract today for powerful antioxidant and polyphenol protection that won’t keep you up at night!
- What is Green Tea (Decaffeinated)?
Green Tea (Decaffeinated) is a concentrated and dual-standardized green tea extract supplement containing 98% total polyphenols and 45% EGCG polyphenol to ensure the highest quality, consistency, and health benefits.
- Can’t I just drink Green Tea?
Yes, green tea does contain the same polyphenols (particularly EGCG), but not nearly as concentrated. You’d have to drink seven cups of high-quality green tea to get the same polyphenol and antioxidant protection of just one serving of Green Tea (Decaffeinated). Plus, seven cups of tea might contain a little too much caffeine!
- Will Green Tea (Decaffeinated) keep me up at night?
Most likely, no. Green Tea (Decaffeinated) contains a maximum of 3.6 mg of caffeine. But just ONE cup of DECAFFEINATED green tea contains at least 9 mg of caffeine! So one serving of Green Tea (Decaffeinated) will most likely NOT induce a stimulating effect.
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