High-quality Chinese shadow tea is traditionally used to give energy in China
Source: EFSA Claim 2812 – Green tea extract. (Mental state and performance – improves concentration and learning).
Source: EFSA Claim 2664 – green tea extract. (Natural antioxidant – powerful antioxidants beneficial to human health, due to antioxidant activity helps to protect against early aging).
Source: EFSA Claim 1117 – Catechins – Green tea. (Cognitive function – Contributes to the memory function – Contributes against memory problems associated with ageing. – Helps to protect brain cells form oxidative damage).
Source: EFSA Claim 1311 – Epigallo-catechin-3-gallate (EGCG) / Green tea extract. (Protection of body tissues and cells from oxidative damage – helps to reinforce the antioxidant defences of the body/helps to protect our body by reinforcing the body’s natural defence against the harmful effects of free radicals/decreases the cellular aging due to oxidative damage).
Source: EFSA Claim 2004 – Camellia sinensis. (Mental and cognitive health – Promotes concentration /theanine from thea contributes to soothing effect).
Source: EFSA Claim 2005 – Camellia sinensis. (Cognitive Performance: Focussed attention – Tea helps you focus/ concentrate/ be less distracted/ helps you to be sharp/ helps you to be alert – Tea contains theanine/ Theanine stimulates alpha brainwaves which are associated with a relaxed but alert mental state; – Theanine helps relax your mind/helps you to be relaxed; promotes a restful, relaxed state; calms and clears the mind).
- Titel: Green tea extract boosts your brain power, especially the working memory, new research shows
- Author: University of Basel: André Schmidt, Felix Hammann, Bettina Wölnerhanssen, Anne Christin Meyer-Gerspach, Jürgen Drewe, Christoph Beglinger, Stefan Borgwardt
- Epigallocathechin-3-gallate in AL amyloidosis: a new therapeutic option?
- Author: Werner Hunstein