Green Tea Extracts Boston MA

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Rowes Wharf Sea Grille
(617) 439-7000
Boston Harbor Hotel, 70 Rowes Wharf
Boston, MA

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Harvard Square Cafe
(617) 491-4340
52-D Brattle Street
Boston, MA

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Gardner Museum Cafe
(617) 566-1088
280 The Fenway
Boston, MA

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The Taj Boston
(617) 536-5700
15 Arlington Street at Newbury
Boston, MA

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Swan's Cafe at Boston Park Plaza
(617) 654-1906
50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street
Boston, MA

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Novel at Boston Public Library
(617) 385-5660
700 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

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The Tea Merchant
(617) 247-4288
119 Newbury Street
Boston, MA

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Greater Boston Buddhist Cultural Center
(617) 547-6670
950 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA

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Dado Tea
(617) 497-9061
955 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA

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UpStairs on the Square
(617) 864-1933
91 Winthrop Street, Harvard Square
Boston, MA

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Green Tea Extract and Weight Management

Green Tea offers you antioxidants and great health benefits. Green Tea Extract provides a more concentrated amount of those benefits. As mentioned in our ‘Antioxidants Go Skin Deep Article’ from a couple of weeks ago, adding antioxidants in your diet will help to keep your skin looking healthy, vibrant and hydrated. What we didn’t discuss, however, is that certain antioxidants can be beneficial for those wanting to lose weight as well. Recent findings suggest that green tea extract helped reduce body fat mass, visceral fat and subcutaneous fat in a 12-week, double-blind study of 195 healthy normal to overweight men and women, aged 24 to 64 years old.

Green tea extract is rich in catechins and eigallocatechingallate, known as very powerful antioxidants. These compounds increase thermogenesis, or the body’s rate of burning fat calories, according to a recent study by professor Abdul Dulloo of the Institute of Physiology at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland. The antioxidant power of green tea extract is 200 times more powerful than that of vitamin E, and 25 to 100 times more powerful than the antioxidant effect of vitamin C.

When green tea extract and grape seed extract (another antioxidant) are combined not only do you have more antioxidant activity you can actually reconstitute more vitamin E and C for your body to use in rebuilding cartilage, connective tissue and help fight off the signs of aging.

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