Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Green Tea News

More evidence that green tea can help people with prostate cancer.

Green tea 'slows prostate cancer'

A chemical found in green tea appears to slow the progression of prostate cancer, a study has suggested.

Green tea has been linked to a positive effect on a wide range of conditions, including heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer's disease.

The research, in the US journal Cancer Prevention Research, found a significant fall in certain markers which indicate cancer development.


Pharmanex Tegreen 97®
Cell Protection*


tegreen_lg.jpg


Antioxidant Defense System Support*

Tegreen 97® is a proprietary, highly concentrated extract of the antioxidant catechins found naturally in green tea that promote longterm cellular health.*

Primary Benefits

  • Provides potent antioxidants to defend against free radicals at the cellular level*
  • Supports healthy cell function and helps protect cell structures, including DNA*
  • Thermogenic effect increases the body's metabolic rate*

What Makes This Product Unique?

  • A proprietary green tea extract containing 97% polyphenols of which 65% are catechins
  • Has the antioxidant power of seven cups of tea per capsule and is 99.5% caffeine free
  • The 6S Quality Process ensures the quality and potency of each Tegreen 97® capsule
  • Standardized for consistent and powerful benefits
  • In a comparative study, Tegreen 97® was shown to have better bioavailability and antioxidant capacity than drinking green or black tea*
To Your Health!
Jason Estimado

No comments:

My Bioscanner

BioScanner in CNBC