Clear AllClose
Your cart is currently empty.


Sold out
You Save: (%)
This product was viewed times within last hour
Order in the next to get it by Thu, Apr 06, 2023

Availability: In stock

Collection: Health and Wellness, Home page

Vendor: Vision First

Vision First Green Tea for Antioxidant and Free Radical Support

Introducing Vision First Green Tea Supplement! Our clinically-tested and scientifically-proven supplement contains powerful green tea extracts to help you reach your health goals and achieve overall well-being. We understand that your fitness, energy levels, and longevity are important to you, which is why we created this natural supplement with high-quality ingredients to help you attain the best version of yourself.

Vision First Green Tea Supplement has been thoroughly tested. Our advanced formula combines the healing power of green tea and the antioxidant benefits of catechins to revolutionize the traditional expression of wellness, with its potent blend of coffee bean extract, raspberry ketones, and Garcinia Cambogia in an easy-to-swallow capsule. This product promotes a healthy balance within your body while optimizing cell protection throughout its four life cycle stages: initiation, propagation, evolution, and termination.

Don’t just take our word for it; customers have reported feeling more energized than ever before after introducing this clean and pure supplement into their everyday routine! Feel free to contact us directly if you’d like more information about taking Vision First Green Tea Supplement to stay fit and boost your vitality – we’re here for you every step of the way!

Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) (leaf) (98% polyphenols, 75% Catechins, 45% EGCG. 6% Caffeine) - Green tea extract has a high antioxidant content, which contributes to its health benefits. As a result of fighting molecules called free radicals, antioxidants can help reduce oxidative stress in your body. Several diseases and aging are associated with this type of cell damage. Green tea extract is primarily composed of polyphenol antioxidants called catechins. Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is the most researched catechin in green tea and is believed to provide the most health benefits. Studies have shown that green tea extract increases your body's antioxidant capacity and protects against oxidative stress. In turn, this may prevent associated health problems. (1)(2)(3)(4)

High blood pressure is caused by oxidative stress, which increases fat buildup in your blood.  Green tea extract contains antioxidants that can help reduce inflammation and blood pressure. Additionally, they can reduce blood fat levels by inhibiting fat absorption in cells. According to a 2012 study, 56 people with obesity and high blood pressure took 379 mg of green tea extract daily for three months. As compared to the placebo group, they showed a significant reduction in blood pressure. (5)(6)(7)(8)

Antioxidants in green tea extract, especially EGCG, have been shown to protect brain cells from oxidative damage. By preventing brain damage, you can reduce the risk of mental decline and diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and dementia. A green tea extract can also reduce the action of heavy metals such as iron and copper, both of which can damage brain cells. (9)(10)

Green Coffee Bean (Coffea robusta) (seed) (50% extract) - In both hypertensive rats and humans, green coffee significantly lowers blood pressure. The stress hormone cortisol, which increases blood pressure and causes weight gain, is also reduced by green coffee. It is most effective to take high doses of green coffee bean extract. (11)

Caffeine Anhydrous (98%) - Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system. The most noticeable effect is alertness when it reaches your brain. There are many medications that contain this ingredient in order to treat drowsiness, headaches, and migraines since it makes you feel more awake and less tired. Regular coffee drinkers are also less likely to develop Alzheimer's and dementia, and their suicide risk is reduced by 45 percent. Decaf coffee does not provide these benefits, only high-octane coffee does. Like most foods, overindulging in coffee can cause side effects, but some people consider it a healthy drink. (12)

A number of studies involving humans and animals have shown that caffeine consumption affects cognitive function. Studying the effects of caffeine on people's cognitive function is of vital importance, considering the sheer number of people who consume caffeine around the world. (13)

Raspberry ketone (98%) - Ketones have a similar molecular structure to capsaicin found in chili peppers and synephrine, a stimulant. These molecules have been shown to boost metabolism in studies. Researchers speculated that raspberry ketones could have the same effect. A test-tube study of fat cells in mice showed that raspberry ketones. The fat-burning hormone norepinephrine is primarily responsible for increasing fat breakdown. Adiponectin is released in greater amounts. Fat cells release adiponectin, which may regulate metabolism and blood sugar levels. Those who are normal weight have much higher levels of adiponectin than those who are overweight. People lose weight when their levels of this hormone increase. (14)(15)

Garcinia Cambogia (fruit) (50% extract) - Compounds in garcinia cambogia have been shown to have anti-obesity properties. Hydroxycitric acid (HCA) is the most well-known. The main organic acid in garcinia cambogia is HCA, and some research suggests that it may reduce body weight and food intake, as well as boost calorie expenditure throughout the day. There are several ways in which this compound may benefit weight loss. It contributes to feelings of fullness and satisfaction, resulting in a reduction in food intake. Furthermore, it has been shown to increase fat oxidation and decrease fat production in the body. (16)