For the first time probiotics meets green tea in an advanced weight loss system.
All natural GreenTea TX100 is a delicious tasting, 7 calorie, convenient and easy to use sachet
The health and weight loss benefits associated with the regular consumption of green tea are well-documented and now Body Science would like to introduce you to the latest in product development - our new GreenTea TX100.
Not only does this natural formulation contain antioxidants daily, but it is also the first green tea formulation to incorporate probiotics, the powerful microorganisms that help to keep the digestive tract healthy.
There is a strong relationship between our gut health and the absorption of essential nutrients from the food we eat on a daily basis. A daily serve of Body Science Green Tea TX100 contains more than 6 billion good bacteria courtesy of the probiotics Lactobacillus acidophilus or Lactobacillus plantarum. Lactobacillus is widely used to maintain healthy digestive function (1, 2) and support immunity (2).
Green tea is a widely consumed form of tea from China. The Chinese have been drinking green tea for centuries. It is one of the most popular liquid and herbal products regularly consumed by people worldwide.
The green tea plant is Camelia sinesis, which is a natural source of polyphenols. Polyphenols possess outstanding anti-oxidant properties, helping to protect cells against free radial mediated damage (3). Greentea TX100 boasts a high antioxidant content, which comes not only from green tea, but from added Vitamin C and also Lactobacillus.
The link between the regular consumption of green tea and weight control is of significant interest to researchers. It appears that the regular consumption of green tea is linked to lower body weights and lower levels of abdominal fat thanks to both the caffeine and antioxidant content of green tea (4). Green tea has also been shown to stimulate thermogenesis, enhance fat burning, increase the bodies energy expenditure and boost metabolism (5, 6, 7, 8).
Not only may green tea help weight control, but as a natural stimulant and source of caffeine, it can also help maintain alertness, improve mood and vitality ( 9, 10. 11). L-Theanine, a key amino acid found in green tea, is also linked to a range of cognitive benefits including increased energy and improvements in concentration (12). Body Science Greentea TX100 provides 100mg of caffeine per daily dose.
Most importantly, Body Science Greentea TX100 is a natural formation, with no artificial ingredients, only 7 calories per serve and sweetness achieved via natural plant based sweeteners. Body Science Greentea TX100 adds 2 x 600ml of water to your daily intake & has been designed to aid hydration, performance and gut health whilst optimising immune function and weight control. With refreshing flavours, minimal calories and a number of potential health benefits, Body Science Greentea TX100 compliments any training, hydration and health regime.
With a suggested serve of 2 x 3g sachets per day, it is recommended to consume TX100 after meals in the morning and at lunchtime.
There are 4 delicious fruit flavours to choice from.
Body Science’s Greentea TX100 is classified as a complementary medicine and is listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods. All ingredients eligible for use in listed medicines in Australia have been assessed as low risk. Listed medicines are continually monitored and evaluated for safety. Concentrated herbal extracts have been used in thousands of products worldwide for many years. Every batch of green tea used in Body Science’s Greentea TX100 is tested by an independent, accredited laboratory prior to use in production to ensure it of high quality and complies with the raw material specification.
For more information on any of the health aspects of Body Science Green Tea TX100 or the research supporting these benefits, please contact us directly - email@example.com. Our resident dietitian Susie Burrell is available for comment and further information.
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(5) Ushio Harada et al; Effects of the Long Term Ingestion of Tea Catechins on Energy Expenditure and Dietary Fat Oxidation in Healthy Subjects; Journal of Health Science, 51(2) 248-252(2005
(6) Dulloo AG et al; Efficacy of a green tea extract rich in catechin polyphenols and caffeine in increasing 24-h energy expenditure and fat oxidation in humans; Am J Clin Nutr; 70:1040-5 (1999)
(7) Chantre P, Lairon D; Recent findings of green tea extract AR25 (exolise) and its activity for the treatment of obesity; Phytomedicine 9: 3-8 (2002)
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(12) Phung OJ et al; Acute effects of tea constituents L-theanine, caffeine, and epigallocatechin gallate on cognitive function and mood: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Nutr Rev. 2014 Aug;72(8)
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