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Eat This (And Don’t Eat That) for Healthy Inflammation

…foods have as many health benefits as green tea. That’s because it contains powerful antioxidant flavonoids, including epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which helps to reduce oxidative stress throughout the body and protect against free radical damage. Plus, green tea contains theobromine which helps…

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The Benefits of Green Tea

…years, scientists have also discovered that the catechins in green tea are a powerful metabolism booster. The reason is that epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG)—which is the most abundant catechin in green tea—inhibits the enzyme that breaks down norepinephrine. That means it keeps norepinephrine around…

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The Truth About Green Tea Supplements

…supplement. Some of them contain more than 500 mg of EGCG which is not a safe dose in my book as it may cause a pro-oxidant effect. That’s why with the GreenSelect phytosome that I used in my Omega-3 SLIM supplement, you get just 39 mg of EGCG, which is less than you’d get in a single cup of green…

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