“Scientific Support Pre-Clinical Studies Numerous published scientific studies using Tegreen 97Æ known as Xin Nao Jian in Asia, suggest that the ingestion of green tea polyphenols provides a very broad spectrum of beneficial physiological functions related to the promotion of general well-being. In large scale epidemiological studies in Asia (totaling more than 100,000 people for study periods up to 10 years). daily consumption of four or more 6 fl. oz. cups (Asian size cups) of a green tea beverage has been associated with significant overall health maintenance of subjects, even after adjustments were made for age, smoking, alcohol consumption, and relative body weight. Recent studies have demonstrated that the polyphenols in green tea, particularly the catechin component, offer potent antioxidant activity through the scavenging of free radicals.”
“Tēgreen 97® Why You’ll Love It.The unbeatable antioxidant power of green tea A proprietary green tea extract supplement containing 97% polyphenols, 65% of which are potent catechins.Has the antioxidant power of seven cups of tea per capsule and is 99.5% caffeine free. Provides potent antioxidants to help defend against free radicals at the cellular level.*
*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. Give this combination for three months and then send me an email thanking you.
Tegreen 97® has the antioxidant power of seven cups of tea per capsule and is 99.5% caffeine free.
An experimental study found that Pharmanex® Tegreen 97® may help blood sugar control and body fat burning properties. The findings, which were presented at the American Heart Association’s Sixth Annual Conference in Washington D.C., also reiterated the cell protection benefits of green tea catechins in promoting cardiovascular and brain health.
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of Tegreen 97® in enhancing insulin sensitivity and improving glucose-lipid metabolism. In addition, the research examined the effects of the proprietary green tea supplement in lowering body weight and weight of abdominal fat and inhibiting angiogenesis, which is the formation and differentiation of blood vessels, a key pathological process in the development of abnormal cells. Angiogenesis is hypothesized to play an important role in being overweight.
Tegreen 97® is a proprietary green tea extract containing 97% polyphenols of which 65% are catechins, making it a highly concentrated extract of the antioxidant catechins found naturally in green tea that promote cellular health. Primary benefits of Pharmanex® Tegreen 97® include providing potent antioxidants to defend against free radicals at the cellular level, supporting healthy cell function and helping protect cell structures, including DNA, and augmenting thermogenic effect which increases the body’s metabolic rate.
Other studies on Treen 97, visible results on the skin. Results not in a month. Use monthly for one year.
Tegreen 97 is a proprietary, highly concentrated extract of polyphenols, a large percentage of which are antioxidant catechins found naturally in green tea that promote long-term cellular health.
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The whole study with the authors here:Sartippour MR, Pietras R, Marquez-Garban DC, Chen HW, Heber D, Henning SM, Sartippour G, Zhang L, Lu M, Weinberg O, Rao JY, Brooks MN. Carcinogenesis. 2006 Dec;27(12):2424-33.
“Epidemiologic data have suggested that green tea mayprevent breast cancer. Studies in our laboratory haveprovided evidence that green tea extract inhibits breastcancer growth by a direct anti-proliferative effect on thetumor cells, as well as by indirect suppressive effectson the tumor-associated endothelial cells. In this study, weasked whether concurrent administration of green tea may add to the anti-tumor effects of standard breastcancer therapy. We observed that green tea increased theinhibitory effect of tamoxifen on the proliferation of theER (estrogen receptor)-positive MCF-7, ZR75, T47Dhuman breast cancer cells in vitro. This combinationregimen was also more potent than either agent alone atincreasing cell apoptosis. In animal experiments, mice treated with both green tea and tamoxifen had the smallest MCF-7 xenograft tumor size, and the highest levels of apoptosis in tumor tissue, as compared with either agent administered alone. Moreover, the suppression of angiogenesis in vivo correlated with larger areas of necrosis and lower tumor blood vessel density in treated xenografts. Green tea decreased levels of ER-a in tumors both in vitro and in vivo.”
“Pharmanex’s green tea extract was the focus of a study conducted at the USC Center for Human Nutrition on the health benefits of green tea. The study, entitled “Green tea extract and (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibit hypoxia- and serum-induced HIF-1A protein accumulation and VEGF expression in human cervical carcinoma and hepatoma cells,” was published in the May, 2006 edition of Molecular Cancer Therapeutics. The study focuses on the astonishing health implications of green tea extract and its major component epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG).
Scientists at the USC Center use (and have used in the past) Pharmanex products to conduct their research because Pharmanex products maintain the highest standards of quality and purity. Every batch of every Pharmanex product—regardless of the country in which it is sold—undergoes the same rigorous checks by Pharmanex scientists as established in the Pharmanex® 6S Quality Process; our immutable standards that ensure safe, quality products that are scientifically substantiated.
Tegreen 97 is a proprietary, highly concentrated extract of the catechins found in green tea. Each Tegreen 97 capsule contains the catechin equivalent of approximately seven cups of green tea and is 99.5% caffeine free. Catechins support healthy cell function while providing antioxidant protection to critical cell structures such as DNA. Demonstrated to cause a thermogenic effect, catechins also enhance the body’s metabolic rate.“
“Increasing evidence suggests that the therapeutic effects of green tea are mediated by tea polyphenols. Tēgreen 97 provides triple-action cell protection by supporting the body in neutralizing three cell-jeopardizing substances: free radicals, nitrosamines, and potentially harmful toxins.
Why is Tēgreen 97 unique?
Tēgreen 97 provides more concentrated levels of green tea polyphenols than those available in most food supplements. Green tea characteristics vary widely according to growing region, altitude, climate, and processing techniques. Pharmanex® adheres to the time-honored tradition of using only the finest leaf buds and young leaves of tea plants cultivated in Zhejiang Province. This province is the number one tea-producing region in China, producing some of the highest quality tea in the world. Our proprietary process maximizes the concentration of the naturally occurring polyphenols, while virtually eliminating caffeine.
How does Tēgreen 97 promote thermogenesis?
Several studies indicate that the thermogenic effects of green tea are due to properties beyond caffeine content. One clinical study showed that green tea extract increased 24-hour energy expenditure (which relates to thermogenesis and metabolic rate) and fat oxidation in humans more than caffeine alone or placebo. In addition, the results of a study on Tēgreen 97 were highlighted at the April 2003 FASEB meeting where the benefits of Tēgreen 97 in improving lipid and glucose metabolism, maintaining normal insulin sensitivity, and balancing the metabolic rate of fat deposit and fat burning were discussed.*Tēgreen 97 is an extract of green tea leaves, standardized to contain a minimum of 97% pure polyphenols, 65% of which are the catechins (> 95 mg EGCg per capsule).Tēgreen 97 is considered decaffeinated for labeling purposes. Tēgreen 97 contains approximately 1.5 to 2 mg of caffeine per capsule, which is well below the stimulatory level. For comparison, a cup of coffee contains 100 to 150 mg of caffeine.”
*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.
“Beauty is more than skin deep, according too the results of atwo-year randomizedd, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study conducted by Stanford School ofMedicine and Nu Skin Enterprises. The study validates that oral suppplementation with Pharmanex Tegreen 97 from Nu Skin enhance the appearance of skin. Tegreen 97 is a proprietary green tea extract that contains 97% pure polyphenols that help increase skin hydration and defend cells against environmental stress. In a recent study, 41 women aged 25 to 75 were given Tegreen 97 twice a day for two years. They experienced fewer fine wrinkles and less overall sun damage compared to the control group. By taking Tegreen 97, you’ll give your skin the protection it needs to look smoother, more hydrated, and youthful.
The invention described herein encompasses methods and compositions of treating cancer or solid tumors comprising the administration of a therapeutically effective amount of catechins, a group of polyphenols found in green tea, to a mammal in need of such therapy. Compositions of catechins include but not limited to, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCg), epicatechin (EC), epicatechin gallate (ECG), epigallocatechin (EGC). The unique compositions of the invention contain various combinations of the catechins with reduced levels of EGCg, alone or in combination with each other or other therapeutic agents and are used to treat primary and metastatic cancers in humans. The invention also encompasses the varying modes of administration of the therapeutic compounds.”
“A couple years ago, scientists from both Stanford School of Medicine and Nu Skin wanted to find the long-term effects of green tea on specific characteristics of facial skin. For two years, the scientists randomly administered Tegreen 97 or a placebo to 56 women two times a day. The women’s skin was then tested at six-, 12- and 24-month intervals.
The randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study, the largest of its kind to date, revealed a strong correlation between Nu Skin’s Tegreen 97 and reductions in skin damage based on different study assessments, including grading from board-certified dermatologists.
In fact, 47% of women who took Tegreen 97 twice daily for two years had moderate or greater improvements in photoaging when compared to placebo. Additional significant self-assessments over baseline included:
– Reduction in pore size at 12 months
– Increased skin evenness at 12 months
Clinical graders reported the following significant improvements over baseline:
– Reduced appearance of small blood vessels (telangiectasias) on the skin’s surface at six and 12 months
– Reduced solar damage at six months
Epidemiological studies have suggested that consumption of green tea may decrease the risk of a variety of cancers. In addition, mushroom Ganoderma lucidum has been used for the promotion of health, longevity and treatment of cancer in traditional Chinese medicine. In the present study we show that extract from green tea (GTE) increased the anticancer effect of G. lucidum extract (GLE) on cell proliferation (anchorage-dependent growth) as well as colony formation (anchorage-independent growth) of breast cancer cells. This effect was mediated by the down-regulation of expression of oncogene c-myc in MDA-MB-231 cells. Although individual GTE and GLE independently inhibited adhesion, migration and invasion of MDA-MB-231 cells, their combination demonstrated a synergistic effect, which was mediated by the suppression of secretion of urokinase plasminogen activator (uPA) from breast cancer cells. Our study suggests the potential use of combined green tea and G. lucidum extracts for the suppression of growth and invasiveness of metastatic breast cancers. https://doi.org/10.3892/ijo.30.4.963(Authors:Daniel Sliva)Jiashi ZhuAnita Thyagaraja”
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