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Green Tea 50% Polyphenols Powder
Green Tea P.E. 50% Polyphenols is a green tea derivative that has been evaluated to contain at least 50% Polyphenols.
Since Green Tea is not a fermented product, it has high Polyphenol content. These Polyphenols have antioxidant properties. Green Tea also contains Epigallocatechin (EGCG), a type of compound that can be found in such diverse areas as green tea, bananas and pomegranates.
Serving Size & Timing
Green Tea P.E. 50% Polyphenols is recommended to be taken in servings of 500 mg (about 3/16 tsp) and consumed either once or twice a day. Intake should never amount to more than 1000mg per day, and this supplement should never be used for more than 3 months at a time. This product should be stored in an area that is free from light, heat and moisture to prevent erosion and potency loss.
Supplement FactsServing size: 500 milligrams
Serving per container: *
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value**|
|Green Tea Leaf... 500mg||*|
|Standardized to contain...> 50% Polyphenols||*|
|...Including >35% Catechins||*|
|...and >15% EGCG||*|
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet
Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten and corn.
As a dietary supplement, take 500mg (3/16 tsp) one to two times daily. DO NOT use more than 1000mg in a day. Not intended for use longer than 3 months, as prolonged use of high amounts of EGCG may cause liver or kidney damage.
|US Standard Measuring Spoons|
INGREDIENTS & FURTHER INFORMATION
CONCENTRATION OF GREEN TEA P.E. 50% POLYPHENOLS
Green Tea P.E. 50% Polyphenols powder is taken directly from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis and contains at least 50% Polyphenols. The caffeine content found in this extract is naturally occurring; there are no fillers or additive of any kind present in the concentration.
GREEN TEA P.E. 50% POLYPHENOLS SIDE EFFECTS
As long as suggested serving sizes are adhered to, Green Tea Extract should be entirely safe to consume. For those that choose to take more than the recommended dose, the excess caffeine could result in insomnia or alertness. Taking EGCG in large amounts over a long period of time has the potential to damage the liver or cause damage to the kidneys.
Those who are pregnant or expecting to become pregnant should avoid taking excess EGCG. as this can cause defects in the child. Anyone that has a serious medical condition of any kind should speak with a doctor before taking this supplement.
This was rated highly on Labdoor quality tests so I went with this brand. BulkSupplements tends to have a good record for accuracy. It's a fine sticky texture not unlike Ginkgo, so encapsulating it is a little messy.*
On 2/16/2017 Nathan said...
I bought for the polyphenols mixing with the acai powder and avoiding lectins, hoping for more energy, got an extra bonus with shoulder pain completely gone. first time buyer, will definitely buy other products.*
On 11/8/2016 deanna said...
I m 44 and I train bodybuilding well I was looking for drink in the morning to give me a boots and be able to be calm and sleep why not all the other preworout have abounded large caffeine I don't need the you need to able to sleep at night time not only the but help you with blood pressure that's really important went you getting older go product*
On 8/24/2016 Mario said...
I been training for 5 year on bodybuilding and I try many preworouts I'm really sensitive to stimulants well this product green tea is really great it give the energy I need or you can say boots yas for 3 hours I workout but not only that help me with my blood pressure I m 44 my heart can't take all the preworouts this product replace all the energy drinks remember you also need your nerve system to work properly and get some rest really great product*
On 8/24/2016 Mario said...
First off, Bulk Supps customer service deserves kudos for responses.
Green Tea 50% Polyphenols is terrific in the morning as an added booster. Plus has the added EGCG/polyphenols benefits. Tastes like raw tea. Mixes and plays well with others. Adhere to the 2 months on and 1 month off cycles for a happy liver.*
On 7/5/2016 Brian said...
I have been intermittent fasting for about a month now. I read how green tea extract can help speed fat loss (a slow process) so I thought I would give it a try. After visiting LabDoor.com, which does scientific tests to rate the quality of different supplements, I found that BulkSupplements made the highest quality green tea extract. I have nothing but positive remarks on the extract. I mix it with black coffee in the morning and then in the evening I will stir it into hot water. Best quality and best value green tea extract.*
On 6/7/2016 Noah said...
After my first purchase from bulksupplements through amazon.com, I received a free sample of this green tea extract in exchange for an honest review. I didn't exactly know what to do with this at first, but ended up combining it with cordyceps mushrooms and gunpowder green tea leaves as an alternative to coffee for a boost to help me work through the night. Impressively, it mitigated the effect of my all-nighter, which at my age would normally take a major toll on me. It was remarkable how resilient I felt after relatively little sleep. I also love bulk supplements because I love knowing there's nothing else in the product but the ingredient I'm paying for. Will def buy this product again.*
On 5/29/2016 E.Brown said...
It mixes well in hot water and I've been using it like a green tea. A+*
On 5/2/2016 Eric said...
I was looking for something to take before a workout to keep me energized and motivated. This works great. I know exactly what's in the product and green tea extract has proven to be safe and effective. I chatted with their customer service and they advised me that this product has approximately 15% caffeine content . Thanks Bulk Supplements*
On 4/13/2016 Bruce R said...
This product definitely provides energy, especially mid-day. I have read about the health benefits that green tea provides, and this product offers a convenient way to consume an adequate amount of green tea each day. I am very pleased with this product, and will be a repeat customer. *
On 4/7/2016 Ardrelle said...
this is a good, safe product at a reasonable price. i notice no caffeine buzz from it but getting antioxidant benefits of green tea in an easy way*
On 3/28/2016 Kevin said...
I have been a customer of Bulk Supplements for over a year now and I usually purchase the same 5 items and will add another if I want too. Their selection is huge! My favorite is the green tea in that it boosts my metabolic rate and helps increase fat burning during my workouts. The antiaging effects of green tea are very very important to me as well. From a customer service standpoint, Bulk Supplements always delivers within a few days and the fact that I can purchase in bulk provides me with incredible pricing! Happy Customer, San Diego, Ca*
On 1/24/2016 Richard said...
Well it has a strong green tea flavor a bit strong on the tummy but delivers exactly great boost and in the past couple days I noticed a drop in wieght so it's a great product to add to your routine !!! *
On 9/9/2015 Miri said...
I have only been using this for a week or so, but I can already see the difference in my energy levels. I like green tea, but don't always remember to drink it. Instead, I put this supplement in my morning protein smoothie and feel the difference.
Besides the extra energy, it also seems to help the bloating feeling that I usually have in my stomach (something I notice more as I get older). I only take it in the morning, one dose, since I avoid anything with caffeine in the afternoons when it can affect my sleep.
Great product at a great price.*
On 6/14/2015 Karen said...
I tried to source over seas and this product was actually less than much larger quantities from China. A great mix yet super fine. Might want to use in capsules or mix with a more dense substance. Overall a great buy here.*
On 6/7/2015 Glen said...
What a list of benefits this powerful extract has. Not only is the green tea good for you with lots of benefits but the polyphenols are a major source of research that helps the gut bacteria and health.*
On 4/25/2015 Ray said...
After my last purchase, BulkSupplements invited me to choose and review this free package of Pure Green Tea 50% Polyphenols Powder.
The following are a small fraction (20%) of the benefits of green tea abstracted from MEDLINE (Greenmedinfo):
1. Green tea beverages or extracts significantly lowers fasting serum total-cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol concentrations.
2. A Chinese green tea polyphenol extract has evident anti-plaque effect.
3. A green tea extract contributes to significant weight loss, decreased body mass index and improvements in various biochemical parameters.
4. Resveratrol and EGCG may inhibit angiogenesis in endometrial tumors.
5. A higher consumption of green tea is associated with a lower prevalence of cognitive impairment in humans.
6. Green tea polyphenols may have therapeutic value in a variety of diseases through modulating AMP-activated protein kinase which reduce fatty acid and cholesterol synthesis and gluconeogenesis.
7. Among healthcare workers for the elderly, taking green tea catechins and theanine may be effective prophylaxis for influenza infection.
8. An anti-inflammatory dietary mix modulates inflammation and oxidative and metabolic stress in overweight men.
9. Dietary intakes of mushrooms and green tea combine to reduce the risk of breast cancer in Chinese women.
10. Drinking up to 3 cups of tea per day was associated with a 30% reduction in the risk of hip fractures in women.
11. EGCG enhances fat oxidation in men and may contribute to the anti-obesity effects of green tea.
12. Greater consumption of coffee and tea may be associated with a lower risk of renal cell cancer.
13. Green tea (Camelia sinensis) mediated suppression of IgE production by peripheral blood mononuclear cells of allergic asthmatic humans.
14. Green tea and rosemary added to foods reduces nonheme iron absorption.
15. Green tea attenuates benzene-induced toxicity in pump workers.
16. Green tea catechins improve human forearm endothelial dysfunction and have anti-atherosclerotic effects in smokers.
17. Green tea catechins may have a therapeutic role in the treatment of metabolic syndrome.
18. Green tea consumption is associated with decreased DNA damage among smokers.
19. Green tea consumption is associated with reduced mortality due to all causes and due to cardiovascular disease.
20. Green tea consumption is inversely associated with the incidence of influenza among Japanese school children.
21. Green tea consumption reduces DNA damage in heavy smokers.
22. Green tea consumption reduces the risk for cerebral aneurysm.
23. Green tea consumption was associated with a lower risk of death from pneumonia in Japanese women.
24. Green tea consumption was associated with a lower risk of hematologic malignancies.
26. Green tea extract reduces blood pressure, inflammatory biomarkers, and oxidative stress and improves parameters associated with insulin resistance in obese, hypertensive patients.
27. Green tea extracts reduce the size and incidence of recurrence of colorectal cancer in humans.
28. Green tea is safe and effective in preventing cold and flu symptoms, and for enhancing T-cell function.
29. Green tea supplementation results in histological improvement in elastic tissue content in photo-aged skin.
30. Long-term tea consumption is associated with reduced risk of ischemic stroke.
31. Study suggests link between tea consumption and vitamin D levels.
32. Tea consumption reduces the risk of biliary tract and gallbladder diseases.
33. Tea polyphenol has potential to be a therapeutic adjuvant against human metastatic breast cancer.
34. Tea polyphenols (primarily EGCG), significantly reduce PSA, Hepatocyte growth factor, VEG in men with prostate cancer.
35. Drinking Coffee and Tea Slashes Nasal MRSA Infection Risk in Half.
36. The theanine content of tea may be responsible for it significantly increasing immune function in users, relative to coffee consumption.
37. Chronic treatment of diabetic rats with EGCG could prevent the abnormal functional changes in vascular reactivity in diabetic rats.
38. EGCG has strong pharmacological activity against the development of morphine dependence.
39. EGCG reduces the susceptibility to cholesterol gallstone formation through the regulation of inflammation.
40. EGCG, a green tea polyphenol, inhibits growth, invasion, angiogenesis and metastasis of pancreatic cancer in vivo.
41. Epigallocatechin gallate, a green tea phytochemical, attenuates alcohol-induced liver damage.
42. Green tea is effective in reducing oxidative stress and lesions associated with chronic renal failure.
43. Green tea (EGCG), black tea and coffee may protect against Bordetella pertussis infection.
44. Green tea averts age-dependent decline of hippocampal signaling systems related to antioxidant defenses and survival.
45. Green tea decreases iron in plasma, eliminates lipid peroxidation in plasma and destroys formation of red blood cell reactive oxygen species.
46. Green tea has a protective effect on aging rats.
47. Green tea inhibits gluconeogenesis in rats.
48. Green tea may have a preventive and/or therapeutic role in erectile dysfunction.
49. Green tea polyphenols attenuate behavioral and oxidative responses to intermittent hypoxia.
50. Green tea polyphenols mitigate bone loss of female rats in a chronic inflammation-induced bone loss model.
51. Long-term drinking of green tea catechins prevents age-related spatial learning and memory decline in mice.
52. Matcha, a powdered green tea, ameliorates the progression of renal, hepatic damage in type 2 diabetic rats.
53. Mobile phone radiation-induced free radical damage in the liver is inhibited by the antioxidants n-acetylcysteine and epigallocatechin-gallate.
54. Nutritional antioxidants such as green tea polyphenols and tetrahydrocurcumin may beneficially modify the lifespan of animals.
55. Polyphenols potentiate dietary restriction-induced lifespan extension.
56. Tea catechin have anti-ulcer activity in a rat model of gastritis.
57. Tea polyphenols attenuate local tissue damage induced by snake venoms.
58. Tea polyphenols contributes to significant hair regrowth in rodents experiencing spontaneous hair loss.
59. The bone protective effect of green tea polyphenols on bone loss may be due to its antioxidant qualities.
60. The polyphenol in green tea known as EGCG may inhibit the progression of Huntington's disease.
61. A number of plant polyphenols have chemosensitizing and radiosensitizing activity.
62. A nutrient mixture containing lysine, proline, ascorbic acid, and green tea extract inhibits corneal neovascularization, aggressive non-Hodgkin's lymphoma cell lines, and has an antiviral effect against influenza A.
63. Catechins such as EGCG (found in green tea) act as proton pump inhibitors.
64. Curcumin, EGCG and resveratrol inhibit inflammation.
65. EGCG (abundant in green tea) inhibits Epstein-barr virus.
66. EGCG changes the phenotype of invasive breast cancer cells, repressing malignancy.
67. EGCG fights cancer by modulating telomerase activity.
68. EGCG inactivates both herpes virus simplex type 1 and 2.
69. EGCG inhibits and induces programmed cell death in kidney cancer cells.
70. EGCG induces apoptosis in melanoma cells.
71. EGCG inhibits lung cancer cell growth.
72. EGCG inhibits the proliferation of malignant lymphoma cells.
73. EGCG protects against organochlorine pesticide-induced cell injury.
74. EGCG, a green tea polyphenol, encourages programmed cell death in prostate cancer cells.
75. EGCG, a green tea polyphenol, inhibits malignant brain tumor cell lines.
76. EGCG, a green tea polyphenol, may play a role in regulating inflammation and bone destruction in RA patients.
77. EGCG, a polyphenol found within green tea, inhibits infectivity of influenza virus.
78. EGCG, a polyphenol found within green tea, suppresses the growth of human cancer cells.
79. Green tea and red light contribute to skin rejuvenation.
80. Green tea and rosemary leaf powders have antibacterial activity against foodborne pathogens.
81. Green tea consumption may decrease risk of fracture by improving bone density and quality.
82. Green tea exhibits anti-MRSA activity.
83. Green tea extract has antibacterial activity on skin pathogens.
84. Green tea induces programmed cell death in human cancer cells.
85. Tea phenolics exhibits significant growth inhibitory effects against Clostridium.
86. Green tea may be benefit to the therapy of atrial fibrillation.
87. Green tea polyphenol epigallocatechin-3-gallate suppresses melanoma growth.
88. Green tea polyphenol inhibits Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
89. Polyphenols such as curcumin and EGCG from green tea may chelate out iron from the Alzheimer's brain.
90. Synergistic effect of L-Carnosine and EGCG in prevention of physiological brain aging.
91. Tea polyphenols have antichlamydial activity.
92. Tea polyphenols mitigate arsenic toxicity in mammalian cells.
93. The neuroprotective properties of EGCG are associated with its antioxidant, iron chelating and neuritogenic properties.
94. Various flavonoids may protect against intestinal permeability.*
On 1/5/2015 Stephen said...
I love green tea for antioxidants, but drinking 4 cups or more a day is just not reasonable for me. That is why I bought this product. Mixes a little tough but I found that if I boiled water for tea, this mixes a lot better. I then let it cool and add it to my preworkout shake. Magic! *
On 9/7/2014 Brendon said...
Added this product to a home made antioxidant blend. Works like a charm. Notice a different in just 2 weeks! Fast shipping, very satisfied.*
On 4/28/2014 Caroline said...
I drink 3 to 4 cups of green tea every morning. I love the taste of tea and I'm pretty happy about the fact that it has useful nutrients in it, because I'm going to drink it in any case.
I can only drink brewed tea in the morning because caffeine keeps me awake at night. But I wished to add more polyphenols to my day without adding all the caffeine that I get by brewing it myself. Caffeine is very efficiently extracted when brewed, but polyphenols take much longer to extract. So I ordered this extract as a supplement. This stuff is DELICIOUS! Now I know why I love tea so much--it's the polyphenols that I am tasting and enjoying. I also see now why some boxes of tea (of the same brand) just aren't as good as others: they have inferior polyphenol content.
There is still caffeine in this according to the certificate of analysis that I requested from bulksupplements, or else I would consume quite a bit more of it.
In the past I have used capsules of green tea extract, but now that I have tasted this I won't bother with those. I am even adding it to some cups of tea that aren't quite as tasty as I like them.*
On 4/16/2014 Carolyn said...
This product has an ideal green tea extract composition with 50% polyphenols, most of which are catechins. I have noticed an increased metabolic rate as tested in a laboratory. Great product!*
On 4/7/2014 Eddie said...
Bulksupplements.com is definitely the way to go if you are looking for supplements at what I consider below wholesale. After buying capsulated supplements at $10 - $20 a piece I decided to make my own capsules. It is extremely easy, able to make a 1000 of them for less than the cost of 100 store bought.
I have been taking green tea supplements for a couple of weeks, I am very happy with the results. I also bought L'Arginine from Amazon (which is where I found the bulsupplements.com label), really like it too and the $$$ saved.
Ordering very convenient and shipping was fast.
I couldn't be more pleased, will be a long term customer.*
On 3/29/2014 Steve said...
*NOTE: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
**DISCLAIMER: There is no guarantee of specific results and results can vary.