Green Tea Extract
Green Tea Extract
The EGCG content for our Green Tea is 40% with Polyphenols being 90%. Green Tea extract contains caffeine, our version is considered "low caffeine". Green Tea has been used in China for thousands of years. The active ingredients in green tea extract are polyphenols which come in the form of flavinoids, catechins and EGCG. Our Green Tea Extract is extremely pure with a polyphenol content of over 90%.
EGCG is the most potent of the Green Tea molecules, which is generally considered to be the most important for fat burning effects. Green Tea Extract is likely the most legitimately researched compound when it comes to fat loss and weight control. There are multiple valid studies which demonstrate it assists with fat mass, fat oxidation and lipid peroxidation as well as reductions in LDL, most being proper human trials.
While Green Tea is well supported in isolation, it is even more effective when combined with ingredients like Quercetin which improve bioavailability.
Please note, due to this product having a very strong and unpleasant taste, we recommend those that are taste sensitive purchase green tea extract in capsule form only.
Servings Per Package: 100g - 250
Servings Per Package: 400g - 1000
Servings Per Package: 1kg - 2500
Serving Size: 400mg
|Per Serve||Per 100g|
|Green Tea Extract (mg)||400||100000|
FORMULATED SUPPLEMENTARY SPORTS FOOD. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE OR PREGNANT WOMEN. SHOULD ONLY BE USED UNDER MEDICAL OR DIETIC SUPERVISION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A SOLE SOURCE OF NUTRITION AND SHOULD BE CONSUMED IN CONJUNCTION WITH A NUTRITIOUS DIET AND APPROPRIATE PHYSICAL TRAINING OR EXERCISE PROGRAM.
Green Tea Extract is regularly lab tested.
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Posted by Eddie on Mar 09, 2017
The taste of this product gave me PTSD and I get triggered by the taste of anything I have previously mixed it with. I did not know things could taste this bad, maybe get the capsules.
I did feel less like a potato after a few days of using it though so it seems to be potent stuff.
Posted by Dave on Feb 19, 2017
I should have read the reviews before purchasing this product: it tastes absolutely horrible. I don't mean bad like how creatine tastes bad, I mean your face almost sucks into itself. Do yourself a favour and buy the capsule version.
Posted by Ben on Jan 13, 2017
Firstly - wow. Does this taste bad. Don't try to mix it with anything, because you'll just make whatever that was taste terrible.
That said, what do you expect? It states that one 0.5g serving is like drinking 5 cups of green tea, and having a serve, you can imagine it: the astringent nature is really lip puckering.
I find I can feel the difference after I take it - about 10-15 minutes afterwards I feel like I'm on point. Kinda wired like coffee, but more controllable.
I will keep buying it - it tastes terrible, but it's all over in a couple of gulps and the effects are worth it.
Posted by JP on Jun 23, 2016
Taste is horendous and I'd be lying if I said I noticed it having an effect. This is not to say that it isn't doing anything, I just don't notice.
I recommend the tablets instead of the powder.
Posted by Andrew on Jun 22, 2016
Good product, definitely has assisted in fat loss and energy levels, as stated the taste is something very hard to get used to, if you can get past that its a good buy!
Posted by Simone on Dec 06, 2015
I primarily use this in my morning shakes and overnight oats but please note, it does have that slightly bitter taste so I add half a sachet of stevia. With green tea being so very good for you with many health benefits, this is worth purchasing. It also mixes very well.
Posted by Harley on Nov 25, 2015
Works a charm helps with cravings through the day making cutting easier, though the product truly is amazingly bitter I didn't quite expect it even after reading the description but tap water and lemon helps.
Posted by Lachlan on Oct 21, 2015
I take this one as per directions (before breaky) and no doubt it's helped my cut, compared to when I was going it without the product.
Word of warning: green tea is horrendously bitter. Boiling water makes it worse. Negate the bitterness by mixing with tap water initially then add the boiling on top. A few drops of lemon juice helps nicely too.