Green Tea Fat Burner
Green tea is one of nature's most powerful antioxidants, offering a diverse range of benefits that support energy, metabolism and overall weight management. EGCG or Epigallocatechin Gallate (Green tea’s main component) gives Green tea its health-promoting and protective properties. EGCG has been studied for its ability to increase fat oxidation, which contributes to a lean body mass. A satiating and soluble fiber called Slendesta, derived from Potato Extract, is included in this formula to help you feel full and may help in the regulation of digestion when trying to lose weight. Anhydrous caffeine increases thermogenesis (fat burn) and calorie-burning with less caffeine than a cup of coffee. Proteinase Inhibitor 2 (PI2) assists in the fat-burning capability of this unique supplement.†
Important Components of Green Tea Fat Burner
- Slendesta™ is a safe,clinically studied natural potato protein-based dietary supplement ingredient that boosts satiety to help you feel full without any unpleasant side effects.
Exclusive InVite® Health Features of Green Tea Fat Burner
- Non-GMO Dietary Supplement
- Made following cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices)
- Scientifically Formulated
- Made using vegetarian capsules employing advanced delivery for efficient absorption
|Serving size: 1 vegetarian VCaps® capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 60|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Slendesta Potato Extract||300 mg*|
|Supplying Pl2 (protease inhibitor 2)||15 mg*|
|Green Tea Extract||270 mg*|
|98% Polyphenols||265 mg*|
|80% Catechins||216 mg*|
|70% EGCG||189 mg*|
|* Daily value(DV) not established|
Other Ingredients: Hypromellose (vegetable capsule), Rice flour, Vegetable stearate.
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SUGGESTED USAGE: For adults, take one (1) capsule twice a day before your two largest meals or as directed by a health care professional.
As a dietary supplement for adults, take one (1) capsule twice a day before your two largest meals, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
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The Science Behind Green Tea Fat Burner
A study published in the Journal of Exercise Nutrition and Biochemistry states that supplementation with Slendesta Potato Extract helped middle-aged women to accomplish healthy lean body mass and achieve satiety during a four-week weight loss program. In conclusion, it seems that 4-week ingestion of Slendesta Potato Extract supported a decrease in body fat, increased lean body mass, and increased HDL-C. 
Research in Current Pharmaceutical Design explains how the properties in green tea help with overall health in humans. Various studies suggest that polyphenolic compounds present in green and black tea are associated with beneficial effects in cardiovascular health. In addition, anti-aging, cellular health support and many other health beneficial effects associated with tea consumption are described. Evidence is accumulating that catechins and theaflavins, which are the main polyphenolic compounds of green and black tea are responsible for most of the physiological effects of tea. 
Research in Nutrients states that the consumption of EGCG’s in green tea helps to produce energy, burn fat and decrease inflammatory cytokine production in animal and human subjects. EGCG’s was revealed to help increase brown adipose tissue activity. Recent animal and human studies have revealed that increasing BAT activity could enhance energy expenditure, support healthy weight loss, improve insulin sensitivity, and support proper insulin sensitivity making it an effective therapeutic approach to support metabolic health in humans and animal subjects. 
 J Exerc Nutrition Biochem. 2015 Sep; 19(3): 211–216.
 Curr Pharm Des. 2013; 19(34): 6141–6147.
 Nutrients. 2018 Nov; 10(11): 1681.