Found in green tea, EGCG has been shown in clinical studies to boost thermogenesis and boost metabolism.
EGCG helps burn calories and has been shown to promote fat oxidation (the burning of fat for energy).
Clinical studies for this ingredient were conducted using 270 mg of EGCG, the same amount that is provided in our 3-in-1 Boost
The most common question asked about EGCG is — is it a caffeine ?
EGCG is not caffeine in that it’s not a stimulant. Green tea does contain naturally occurring caffeine, of which the dosage is much lower than one finds in a regular cup of coffee. My understanding is that naturally occurring caffeine releases very slowly into the blood stream.
thank you field communications for the above definition.
A multi-vitamin, something that regulates glucose – often needed in weight loss, and EGCG