Ultra lean green tea? FDA approved? ?
Is it FDA approved? if not, is it still healthy for a 13 year old girl, how can i convince my mom to get it for me?
- da.shad0wLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
Green Tea is a product that has been growing in popularity for a couple years now. Typical of ancient herbs from the Chinese culture, Green Tea is loaded with healthy nutrients like antioxidants that will give you energy, assist with weight loss, and fight a number of diseases.
You don't want to bother with Ultra Lean Green Tea though. This product has been out for a while now, and it is earning itself a reputation as a glorified energy drink and a scam. There is no way it could possibly be FDA approved. Products like this just don't get approved by the FDA.
Fortunately we have an even better product called Enhanced Green Tea. Just 1 serving of Enhanced Green Tea contains as much nutrients as 1 gallon of brewed green tea.
Studies suggest that green tea extract may boost metabolism and help burn fat. One study confirmed that the combination of green tea and caffeine improved weight loss and maintenance in overweight and moderately obese individuals. Some researchers speculate that substances in green tea known as polyphenols, specifically the catechins, are responsible for the herb's fat-burning effect.
The benefits of green tea are numerous. In fact, if you were to go to PubMed.com and do a search for green tea, you'd find over 2,000 studies performed on green tea and its components (eg, EGCG, theanine, vitamin E, etc...).
Possible benefits are being investigated for weight loss, cancer prevention, antioxidant activity, cognitive enhancement, general good health and well being... and the list goes on and on.
You can order a free trial of Enhanced Green Tea from the source link below. So far all I've heard is that the Enhanced Green Tea supplement is helping people to feel great. It provides more energy and antioxidants than you would normally get from drinking cups of tea all day.
- 1 decade ago
Diet tea is not the way to a healthy weight, the only only way is carefully controlling what and how much you eat and exercising. Any doctor will tell you this.
Most diet supplements are just advertising gimmicks anyway that don't do anything; if it is FDA approved, it's as a food and not a drug. The package will probably say something along the lines of "this product is not intended to treat or cure any..." blah blah meaning "this product does not do what we say it does." Don't waste your money.