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8 Brands Who Make Green Tea Concentrate, and Where to Find Them

By    |   Tuesday, 21 Oct 2014 03:55 PM

Green tea concentrate is a popular supplement thought to have numerous health benefits, ranging from antioxidant effects and boosting weight loss to preventing disease.

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Following are eight brands that offer green tea concentrate and where to find them, based on a simple web search.

Nature’s Bounty — Nature’s Bounty offers Green Tea Extract 315-milligram capsules sold at major retailers, including Albertsons, Safeway, K-Mart, CVS Pharmacy, and Rite Aid.

NOW Foods — NOW Green Tea Extract is offered in 400-milligram capsules available at health food and nutrition retailers, including Great Earth, Whole Foods, and Vitamin Cottage.

Source Naturals — Offers 100-milligram green tea extract tablets available at online retailers, including PhysicianFormulas.com, Vitacost.com, and iHerb.com.

MaxiHealth — Maxi Green Tea Concentrate is a caffeine-free liquid available online at resellers including MaxVite.com, KosherVitamins.com, VitaminLife.com.

Healthy Habits
— Healthy Habits offers green tea concentrate drops in peach and kiwi berry flavors.

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Institute for Vibrant Living — Green Tea Elixir liquid drops are available on the company's website and Amazon.com.

Chi Tea — Ultimate Green Tea Extract is a liquid concentrate available on the Viva Herbals and Essentials website.

HerbaSway — HerbaGreen Tea liquid drops are available in vanilla chai, honey lemon, and mandarin mango flavors.

Consumers should carefully consider potential benefits and risks before taking dietary supplements, which are regulated under a different set of regulations than conventional foods and drugs, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

While green tea is widely considered to be safe for most adults, some health experts have expressed concerns about possible negative effects of overuse of green tea. High concentrations of green tea have been associated with risks, including liver inflammation and negative interactions with some medications and food.

This article is for information only and is not intended as medical advice. Talk with your doctor about your specific health and medical needs.

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