PRLog - April 16, 2010 - LAWRENCETOWN, Nova Scotia -- (Lawrencetown, NS) – Naturally Nova Scotia (NNS), Canada’s leading manufacturer and distributor of certified organic, whole food natural health products, is pleased to announce the addition of a Green Tea Extract hard tablet to their already extensive product lines. Try one of NNS’s newest products to reap the amazing benefits of this wonderful extract!
NNS's Green Tea Extract
Green tea contains many powerful and beneficial components, specifically caffeine and a cathechin called EGCG (a powerful antioxidant)
• weight management: the caffeine and EGCG work synergistically together to increase your metabolism. As with any weight loss plan, its benefits are best complimented with exercise and a balanced diet;
• can reduce appetite: green tea helps to regulate blood sugar levels which may help to reduce appetite;
• studies have shown that green tea can also reduce cholesterol levels.
As with any natural health product or medication on the market, it is important to read the label and consult with your health care practitioner prior to usage. There have been concerns about levels of toxicity with green tea extract products. NNS’s Green Tea Extract has a maximum recommended daily dosage of 288mg EGCG daily; this is well below the threshold for liver toxicity. It is important to keep in mind that NNS’s Green Tea Extract is not recommended for anyone with liver problems.
NNS’s facilities are site licensed by the Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) in Canada and are GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) compliant. The company manufactures other certified organic whole food products such as their Vitamin C Acerola line, Vitamin D3, and a line of herbal products. Please visit NNS’s website for more inquiries or to place an order: www.naturallynovascotia.com
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Canada’s leading manufacturer and distributor of certified organic, whole food health products. Sold worldwide, the company has been creating high quality products since 1994 and believes in nourishment from whole foods...as Mother Nature intended.