A full spectrum of highly desirable support agents such as naturally occurring polyphenols. For centuries, the amazing benefits of green tea have been revered as one of nature’s profound little treasures.
|Serving Size: 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 mL)||Amount Per Serving|
Green Tea Liquid Extract
Other Ingredients: Purified Water, Organic Gluten-Free Cane Alcohol, Organic Molasses
Suggested Use. Take 1/2 teaspoon mixed in 1/4 cup water or juice, 2 times daily
Green tea is truly famous and fabulous! It has graduated from the farmer’s teapot to common household use as science has shown its wide-reaching effectiveness in many areas of support. Research conducted in the last 20 years has confirmed that green tea, known primarily as a pleasant beverage around the world, contains a long list of very impressive phytonutrients that advocates have been tapping into for centuries. Green Tea-ND is a revolutionary, highly absorbable delivery system made with our signature probiotic-cultured technology. It provides all the benefits of green tea, through a micro-cultured delivery system. It is the first nutraceutical preparation designed to assure absorption of the full spectrum of green tea’s phytonutrients. Using only premier quality green tea that has been micro-cultured with probiotics, Green Tea-ND can be rapidly absorbed so it immediately goes to work. Even those with poor digestion can enjoy the full benefits of Green Tea ND’s highly bio-available, liquid nutrients. No other form of green tea can offer this type of phytonutrient bioavailability and quality. Green tea has become famous for its spectacular benefits in comparison with black tea. What’s the difference between green tea and black tea? Although both teas come from the same plant (Camellia sinensis), it is the processing that makes the key difference. Green tea leaves (harvested as young, healthy, dark green leaves) are steamed to prevent them from fermenting, keeping their green color and potent phytochemicals intact. In contrast, black tea is really green tea that has been over-fermented, thus changing the color from green to black, but also destroying the beneficial phytochemicals in the process.