For the first time probiotics meets green tea in an advanced weight loss system.
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 the antioxidant content of more than 100 cups of green tea 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 single 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 natural potent source of polyphenols, which possess outstanding antioxidant properties, helping to protect cells against free radical-mediated damage (3). And surprisingly, the antioxidant content of Body Science GREENTEA TX100 boasts an ORAC value of 84,000, far surpassing that of any fruit and vegetable, thanks to a specialised processing technique that supports high-level extraction of these active molecules.
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 enhance fat burning, increase the bodies energy expenditure and boost metabolism (5, 6, 7, 8).
Not only can 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. Plus, there are 4 refreshing fruit flavours to choose from.
Body Science GREENTEA TX100 has been designed to aid hydration, performance and gut health whilst optimising immune function and fat loss. With 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.
DIRECTIONS FOR — USE
Dissolve one sachet (3g) for general well being or two sachets (6g) with 600ml of water.
Best taken first thing in the morning and at lunchtime.
Max 2 serves per day.
Please be advised that:
Vitamins can only be of assistance if the dietary vitamin intake is inadequate.
The maximum recommended a daily dose of this product (2 x 3g sachets) contains 100mg caffeine.
This product is designed to be used in conjunction with a calorie controlled healthy eating plan and regular exercise.
Add protein to morning smoothie daily.
Consume Green Tea TX100 daily
Eat as many plant-based raw meals as possible.
Green Tea TX 100 has probiotics for improved gut health.
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