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Green Tea Supplements for Weight Loss and Sports Performance

Green tea extracts are promoted for both weight loss and sports performance.

But, do they actually work?

Not only this, you may have heard about serious side effects. Some cases of death have been associated with use of these supplements.

But you still see green tea supplements on the shelves.

So, let’s dig into the use of green tea extracts for both weight loss and sports performance. Then we’ll talk about how you can use these supplements safely.

Subsections of the article:

  • COMPOUNDS IN GREEN TEA
  • GREEN TEA VS GREEN TEA EXTRACTS
  • GREEN TEA EXTRACTS FOR WEIGHT LOSS
  • GREEN TEA EXTRACTS FOR SPORTS PERFORMANCE
  • SAFETY OF GREEN TEA EXTRACTS
  • HOW TO TAKE GREEN TEA EXTRACTS
  • SUMMARY

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