The extract is mainly green tea catechins (GTC) but it's just a concentrated and powdered made from brewed green tea. Yes the extract does give you that metabolic boost if it's a good quality. GTC are anti-oxidants btw so the extract and the tea are anti-aging & promote health and vitality. The extract has less caffeine that the regular tea. I don't like taking pills and prefer drinking the tea. I get large boxes of organic green tea at Sam's Club-it's really cheap.
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Have not tried it but I do drink allot of green tea and it seems to help with weight loss. If I could find the powder form I would get that and make that instead of those pills that they are selling. Just don't know what they put in those.
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One of my team mates from WHAT GETS YOUR GOAT asked if anyone has tried Green Tea Extract for Fat Burning. I know that green tea is supposed to boost your metabolism, but I haven't tried the extract. Does anyone have any experience with that product?
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