Referred to as epigallocatechin gallate, EGCG is a catechin, which is a kind of plant-based compound. Catechins are further classified into a bigger group of plant compounds known as polyphenols. EGCG and other relevant catechins can protect against cellular destruction brought about by free radicals. Such particles are formed in the body and can harm cells when their numbers soar too high. Eating foods that are rich in catechins can help limit the damage caused by free radicals.
Liposomal green tea extract delivered an average concentration of catechins of 11,630 ng/ml compared to a concentration of 930 ng/ml delivered by the standard green tea extract. A 12-fold greater average concentration was delivered by liposomal green tea extract. CELLg8® offered complete absorption of all 8 catechins found in green tea. With the exception of EGCG standard green tea extract provided insignificant levels of the other 7 catechins in comparison to CELLg8® as demonstrated
The health benefits of EGCG, the main catechin in green tea extract, are mostly due to its powerful antioxidant content. EGCG has been associated with a range of potential health benefits, including protecting against cell damage, aiding in weight loss, and increasing brain health.
It is largely due to its high antioxidant concentration that green tea extract is credited with having a range of health benefits. Polyphenol antioxidants, referred to as catechins, account for the majority of the antioxidants in green tea extract. Among the catechins in green tea is epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which has been studied extensively and is believed to provide the most health benefits. Studies have indicated that green tea extract amplifies the body's antioxidant capability and safeguards against oxidative stress.
The antioxidants found in green tea extract may help combat inflammation and lower blood pressure. Furthermore, they can impede the absorption of fat by cells, thus diminishing blood fat levels. In consequence, those who consumed green tea extract observed a significant drop in their triglycerides and total and LDL (unhealthy) cholesterol. This can ultimately lead to a healthier heart as well as many other potential benefits.
The average concentration of Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG) delivered by CELLg8® was 6120 ng/ml compared to an average concentration of 612 ng/ml EGCG delivered by the standard green tea extract. EGCG is regarded as key catechin and CELLg8® delivers a 10-fold greater total concentration.
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