Why Tea Flavin

Why Tea, Theaflavins and TeaFlavin to lower cholesterol

Why Tea?

Tea is rich in flavonoids and antioxidants.For the past 5,000 years, people have been harvesting and drinking tea to good health. Today, tea is the second most widely consumed beverage in the world, after water. Tea is a very rich source of flavonoids and antioxidants (chemical substances that protect the body from the adverse effects of oxygen and cell damaging "free radicals"). While the scientific community has come to a broad consensus that green tea, along with its cousins black and oolong, are beneficial to healthy living, only recently has attention turned to the possible cholesterol managing effects of tea.

Why Theaflavins?

Scientists have suspected that a particular flavonoid in tea, theaflavins, could be an active ingredient in the fight against high cholesterol. In fact, a recent clinical study showed that when adults with abnormal cholesterol were given a super concentrated extract of theaflavins, they were able to reduce their LDL (bad) cholesterol, by an average of 16.4% in just 90 days. Unfortunately, theaflavins are produced as green tea ferments into black or oolong tea, but then quickly degrade as the finished tea is packaged, exposed to environmental conditions, and shipped. As a result, a cup of brewed tea will have less than 1% beneficial theaflavins.
Effect of Green Tea Extract on Cholesterol

Why TeaFlavin®?

Super Green Tea ExtractsTo get the level of theaflavins shown to reduce cholesterol, a person would need to drink 35 cups of tea, everyday! Not likely. TeaFlavin® is the patented process that captures, preserves and protects the same concentration of theaflavins as was given to the people in the clinical study. So now, you can get the theaflavins found in 35 cups of tea, within a single daily softgel. All natural, caffeine free, tested safe. That's why TeaFlavin® is...

TeaFlavin at the Heart of a Healthy Life

Remember, your doctor is the single best source of information regarding your health. Please consult your doctor if you have any questions about your health, your cholesterol or natural supplements such as TeaFlavin.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.