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All plants contain compounds called phytochemicals, which help protect the plants. When you eat plant foods, you may also benefit from the protective properties of these compounds, which are divided into subcategories such as polyphenols and carotenoids. The most significant phytochemical in green tea is a polyphenol called epigallocatechin-3-gallate, or EGCG for short. In laboratory animal and human studies, the benefits of EGCG have begun to emerge.
Researchers believe that the health properties of green tea are mostly due to polyphenols. Polyphenols contained in teas are classified as catechins. Green tea contains six primary catechin compounds and EGCG is one of them. EGCG is the most studied polyphenol component in green tea and the most active.
We all wish that there was a magic pill out there that could make us all lose those last 10 pounds around our midsection or thighs. But it reality there isn’t one. Better dietary and exercise patterns can contribute to disease prevention and better health.
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