Green Tea

Green tea is a powerhouse of calm energy and antioxidants.




  • Sustains alertness with natural caffeine
  • Rich in antioxidants for cell protection
  • Enhances energy + mental focus
  • Boosts metabolism, aiding weight loss


Green tea is a powerhouse of calm energy and antioxidants. Derived from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, green tea is a natural source of caffeine rich in polyphenols, particularly epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). Green tea stands as a potent source of antioxidants. These compounds play a pivotal role in neutralizing harmful free radicals in the body, which contribute to the aging process and the development of chronic diseases.

Research suggests that regular consumption of green tea could support weight management efforts by enhancing metabolic rate and aiding in fat oxidation. Additionally, green tea has been associated with cardiovascular benefits, helping to lower LDL cholesterol levels and maintain blood pressure within a healthy range. Its natural caffeine content provides a sustained energy boost without the jitters often associated with other caffeine sources and energy drinks.


  • 1 Green tea is a high quality, natural caffeine source, which provides an uplifted energy boost. But what sets it apart is the presence of L-theanine, an amino acid that counters the jittery effects of caffeine, creating a calm focus.
  • 2 The difference between green tea and other types of tea lies in the processing method: green tea leaves are steamed or pan-fired to prevent oxidation, retaining their green color and high antioxidant content.
  • 3 Catechins found in green tea, particularly EGCG, have been linked to increased fat oxidation, making it a great choice for those looking to manage their weight.
  • 4 Green tea is known for its exceptional antioxidant content. The high levels of polyphenols, especially EGCG, combat oxidative stress in the body, potentially reducing the risk of chronic diseases while supporting overall health.
  • 5 Regular consumption of green tea may help lower LDL cholesterol levels and improve blood lipid profiles, contributing to a healthier heart and reduced risk of heart disease.