Listing all the reasons why you should be having Green Tea!

Listing all the reasons why you should be having Green Tea!

Tatiana Marinho - Body Science Athlete

Practising Nutritionist | B.P.H. Nutrition | Master of Nutrition & Dietetics | Master of Public Health.

Why You Should Be Taking Green Tea

Green Tea has been consumed for centuries and its’ health benefits have been widely studied. Green Tea TX100 combines Green Tea extract, antioxidants and probiotics. This combination provides a balance in metabolism, gut health and overall health to promote healthy weight loss and control.

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Green Tea

One of the compounds in Green Tea, the Catechins, has been showing great health results in a number of studies. Catechins in Green Tea is a powerful antioxidant and has been proven to increase metabolism and thermogenesis, increasing the rate of fat burning in the body and assisting with weight loss.

Catechins increase thermogenesis by turning on brown fat activity. Brown Fat activity is an efficient mechanism of the body to increase our body temperature. This mechanism burns fat cells to generate heat and release it to the environment. That means your body burns more calories and fat while at rest.

Not only that, studies on individuals with Type 2 Diabetes and Green Tea consumption show significant results on blood sugar and insulin levels, as well as blood pressure and cholesterol control. Green Tea lowered blood sugar and insulin levels lowered blood pressure in individuals with previous high blood pressure lowered bad cholesterol (LDL) and raised good cholesterol (HDL).

Another compound in Green Tea called EGCG, another powerful antioxidant, has been shown to improve cognitive function and memory, as it stimulates new nerve-cell growth. It also reduces the risk of many cancers, such as ovarian, prostate, lung and stomach cancers.


Green Tea TX100 contains Lactobacillus Acidophilus that is a powerful Probiotic. Probiotics are live bacteria that construct, repair and protect our digestive system. Gut health has been the focus of many studies and has been linked to the improved immune system, blood sugar and insulin control, energy systems, weight loss, and physical and mental performance.

Our guts are now considered to be our second brain, responsible for maintaining good health and playing a vital role in keeping balanced body systems. Your digestive system is not only responsible for your digestion, but also the absorption of macro and micronutrients, balance of the immune system, control of blood sugar levels and balance of energy systems.


The processes of oxidation in the human body produce unstable chemicals called Free Radicals, which can damage cell membranes and other structures. Free radicals have been linked to ageing, poor muscle recovery, heart disease and some types of cancer. The processes of oxidation include everyday body tasks like breathing and eating, so free radicals are something that our bodies are fighting against every day. Antioxidants are compounds that neutralise free radicals. It has been shown that antioxidants are very efficient in reducing cell damage, increasing cell production and enhancing cell recovery. All cells in the body can benefit from that, especially muscle and brain cells, where oxidation is always at high levels due to the constant demand for energy.

General Health

Increases metabolism

Assists fat and weight loss

Maintains a healthy digestive system


Aids detoxification

Supports immunity

Improves recovery

Assists blood sugar and insulin control

Improves cholesterol control


Promotes thermogenesis

Increases metabolism

Turns on Brown Fat system

Increases natural fat burning in the body

Promotes the body to burn more calories while at rest


Stimulates new nerve-cell growth

Improves cognitive function

Improves memory

Gut Health

Promotes a healthy digestive system

Improves macro and micronutrients absorption

Boosts the immune system

Assists blood sugar and insulin control

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