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About Green Tea Supplements

Green Tea is derived from the Camellia sinensis plant, which is also where black, oolong and white tea are derived. The difference between these four types of tea is the part of the plant used and the processing and preparation methods. Green Tea has been steadily growing in popularity due to the immense amount of scientific research that has been put into this interesting plant over the past few decades, leading to the discovery of some amazing health benefits.


You don't have to like the taste of a hot cup of plain green tea gain the benefits of this amazing plant. Green Tea comes in a wide range of forms, including tablets, capsules and flavoured powders that mix easily in water and taste great on ice. These flavoured powders may be enjoyed any time of the day. Some like to stack them with various ergogenic amino acids and take them before and during exercise, as a natural alternative to pre-workouts and intra-workouts, and a natural source of caffeine, balanced by naturally occurring L-theanine.


Green Tea contains powerful antioxidants that neutralise free-radicals, protecting cellular health and vitality. Green Tea also has anti-viral effects, helping the body fight off viruses like the common cold. In addition, Green Tea contains a group of natural plant-chemicals called catechins, one of which is epigallocatechin-3-0-gallate (EGCG). This compound has demonstrated in clinical trials that it can increase the basal metabolic rate over a 24hr period. This means that it naturally increases the rate at which we burn calories, making it a helpful way to maintain body weight or support weight-loss. This effect was reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 1999. 


Another fascinating feature of Green Tea is a rare and specialised amino acid called L-Theanine. This amino acid stimulates alpha brain wave activity. These types of brain waves are useful for promoting calm and reducing anxiety. This occurs by reducing the binding of L-glutamic acid to the glutamate receptors in the brain, as reported in Biological Psychiatry in 2007.