GREEN TEA (25:1) EXTRACT 500mg
- Green Tea leaves from Camellia sinensis
- With a 95% of polyphenols
- With a 70% of catechins
- With a 45% of EGCG
- Provides 500mg of Green Tea per vegetable capsule
- Vegetarian formula, vegetable capsules
- Take 1 capsule daily
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
- Without gluten nor lactose
What is Green Tea 500mg by HSNessentials?
Green Tea by HSNessentials is a nutritional supplement in vegetable capsules made of green tea, from the Camellia sinensis plant.
The recommended daily amount for this supplement is 1 vegetable capsule a day with one of the main meals, it does not matter if it is with breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It is important to know that this nutritional supplement should not be consumed on an empty stomach.
Green Tea has been obtained from a 25:1 Camellia sinensis leaves extract.
What are the properties of Green Tea?
Each vegetable capsule provides:
- 500mg of Green Tea
|Daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1 veg caps|
|Daily dose: 1 veg caps|
|Servings per container: 120|
|Green Tea Leaves (Camellia sinensis)||12500mg|
|from 25:1 extract of Camellia sinensis leaves (2% caffeine)||500mg|
GREEN TEA (25:1) EXTRACT 500mg - 120 veg caps ingredients:Green tea extract (25:1) (from Camellia sinensis leaves) (2% caffeine), vegetable capsule [glazing agent E464 (hydroxypropylmethylcellulose), anti-caking agents [E470b (magnesium stearate) and E551 (silicon dioxide)].
How to take GREEN TEA (25:1) EXTRACT 500mg - 120 veg caps:Take 1 capsule daily once a day with a meal.
Warnings de GREEN TEA (25:1) EXTRACT 500mg - 120 veg caps:Once opened, store in a cool (under 25ºC), dry and dark place. Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of the smallest children. Nutritional supplements should not be used to replace a balanced diet. You must not consume more than 300mg of Epigallocatechin gallate daily.
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