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Green Tea Extract

When it comes to successful weight loss, the key is adherence – you can have the best diet in the world, but if you can’t stick to it, it’s worthless.

Some nutrients help you stick to your goals by helping you feel full, reducing food intake or by motivating you through sheer results.

And that’s where green tea extract comes in.

What is Green Tea Extract?

Green tea is a bitter, astringent tasting beverage that derives from the leaves of the Camellia sinesis plant. It has been likened to the taste of herbs and grass and is dry in your mouth.

High in a number of bioactive compounds, green tea provides an excellent source of polyphenols. These include tannins, theaflavins and the most important of them all – catechins.

Why are catechins so important? 

Simply because they are the most relevant plant compounds when it comes to fat loss. In particular, epigallocathechin-3 gallate (EGCG), has been studied for its potent effect on health and body composition.

You’ll also find a modest caffeine content in green tea too, with a standard cup giving you 15-60 mg of the stimulant that perfectly compliments the 40 mg of polyphenols.

Why green tea extract?

When you’re looking to cut fat there are several key concepts that should spring to mind: metabolism, energy and thermogenesis to name just a few.

If you’re not focusing on any of these, you can kiss your goals of getting shredded goodbye.

In the battle of the bulge these are your ultimate tools, and there is no better way to supporting them than using the green tea in Instant Knockout.

It is the age-old weight loss aid that has been clinically proven to help get athletes to the weight that they want with the performance they need.

The problem with drinking green tea is that it is a real love it or hate it taste. Although you might appreciate the many benefits that it beings, for many it can be just too bitter and too strong – and that’s where an extract comes in.

With green tea extract you can enjoy all of the benefits without the dry, astringent taste.

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Green Tea Fat Burner: The Benefits

Green tea is one of the oldest traditional health tonics you’ll come across – it’s potent well-being benefits have been enjoyed for hundreds of year.

The main benefits of this supplement relate to metabolic and cardiovascular health, as well as a significant decrease in the risk of cognitive disease and some types of cancer.

When it comes ot improving your body composition, green tea helps there too.

Getting down to a lower weight is hard enough as it is, and nothing saps motivation more than no progress after you’ve been working your butt off – or even worse; losing muscle.

This is where the Green Tea Extract comes in. Nature’s fat burner with a three-pronged attack that helps the body:

  • Raises your  energy levels Keeping you focused on a low calorie diet
  • Spikes your metabolism Processing food quicker
  • Burn fat via thermogenesis – Getting you extra ripped without costing you muscle

The fat burner green tea extract is one our main thermogenic components in Instant Knockout that will show you results.

The Research – How Does Green Tea Extract Optimize Body Composition?

The energy and metabolic boost in green tea extract is chalked up to the herb’s high caffeine content. As we all know the natural stimulant causes wakefulness, but also the effect that it has on the central nervous system allows food to be processed quicker and fat to be burned more easily.

The thermogenic side of the extract comes from the catechins which are inherent to the herb.

Green tea boost epinephrine levels

After being absorbed by the body, the catechins in the green tea start to create multiple fat burning reactions, one of which is the release of norepinephrine in the body [1]. This compound turbo charges the amount of fat burnt and gives a long lasting thermogenic boost.

Catechins ramp up your metabolic rate

In a recent and rigorous meta-analysis of 11 individual green tea research studies, scientists concluded that green tea not only helped with significant weight loss, but also helped people keep weight off afterwards – one of the biggest challenges of leading a healthy lifestyle after a cut [2].

And another similar meta-analysis found that when green tea extract was given to healthy adult for a 12 week period, average weight loss of 1.31 kg occurred [3]. And that was with an increase in metabolic rate by 16% over a 24-hour period.

The study also found that a cup of green tea on it’s own burns 5.7 g of body fat on average.

It’ll even take care of your muscle soreness after exercise too (DOMS). Studies have shown green tea can help prevent delayed onset muscle soreness when taken just before a workout. [4]

The Solution

Seeing this potent natural fat burner doing great things for those who are just drinking it, we wanted to take it to the next level. To do that we included 500 mg of the stuff in every daily serving of Instant Knockout.

No brewing required. No bitter taste.

All you have to do is stay on top of your serving schedule, keep up that healthy diet and carry on training like an absolute badass – Instant Knockout will do the rest.

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  1. Shixian, Q et al. Green tea extract thermogenesis-induced weight loss by epigallocatechingallate inhibition of catechol-O-methyltransferase. J Med Food. 2006; 9(4): 451–8
  2. Hursel R et al. The effects of green tea on weight loss and weight maintenance: a meta-analysis. Int J Obes. 2009; 33: 956–61
  3. Hursel, R et al. The effects of catechin rich teas and caffeine on energy expenditure and fat oxidation: A meta-analysis. Obes. Rev. 2011; 12: e573–e581
  4. Kerksick, CM et al. Intramuscular adaptations to eccentric exercise and antioxidant supplementation. Amino Acids. 2010; 39(1): 219–32