Apigenin + Green tea EGCG
, belonging to the class of flavonoids, is found in some fruits and vegetables such as onions, oranges, green tea, celery, artichokes, parsley.
Several studies on apigenin have concluded that apigenin may stimulate apoptosis, or cell death, in colon cancer cells.
May inhibit colon tumor growth.
One clinical study evaluated the effects of apigenin and EGCG (an important component of green tea) on the body after surgical removal of colon cancer. One group of observers took apigenin (20 mg) and EGCG (20 mg) for 2–5 years, while the control group did not. Based on the results, there was no recurrence of colon cancer in the treated group, while recurrence was 20% in the control group. Furthermore, the development of polyps that generally preceded colon cancer was only 7% in the treated group compared to 27% in the control group.
Green Tea, EGCG:
An important component of green tea is salicylic acid, which is a natural plant hormone with anti-inflammatory properties, as well as its best-known cognate compound, acetylsalicylic acid, which is the active ingredient in a drug called Aspirin, among others.
Polyphenols and flavonoids in green tea also have anti-inflammatory properties.
Green tea is the least processed type of tea and it contains the most antioxidant polyphenols. For example, the so-called also a polyphenol called epigallocatechalate (EGCG), which is responsible for most of the beneficial physiological effects of green tea.
Looking at the international literature on medicine and its frontiers, it can be seen that thousands of research results address the beneficial properties of green tea. The typical daily amount of green tea usually consumed in Asian countries is 3-5 dl, which can contain large amounts of up to 100-300 mg of EGCG.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have shown that consuming green tea can inhibit the growth of tumors.
The polyphenol compound of green tea, EGCG, has been identified to be effective in inhibiting the proliferation of cancer cells. According to Japanese researchers, those who consume 4-6 cups of green tea a day have no or little cancer.
Consumption of green tea has been linked to the risk of colon cancer by Chinese researchers, who monitored the health of 69,710 women (aged 40 to 70) for 6 years. The researchers found that women who consumed green tea regularly were less likely to develop colon cancer than those who rarely consumed green tea.
Delayed-Release Capsule / DR Capsule:
Absorption of the contents of the classic soft gelatin capsule begins in the stomach 5 minutes after ingestion. In the delayed-release capsule, the active ingredients, already 45 minutes after ingestion, pass through the acidic medium of the stomach and take effect in the intestinal tract.
– Protects active ingredients against acids without film coating.
– Vegetable-based, vegetarian capsule.
– Improved stabilized moisture sensitivity.
– Masking of flavors and odors, which reduces digestive irritations.
Tea polyphenol (EGCG 50%), gelling agents: Hypromellose, Gellan gum, Polygonum cuspidatum tuber Resveratrol (98%), Matcha tea Green tea powder of Chinese origin, Chamomile flower powder / Camellia sinensis var.sinensis (Apigenin 70%).
– Adults are advised to take 1 capsule daily, which should be swallowed with plenty of fluids.
Active ingredient in daily dose:
|Green tea||37.5 mg|
– 30 capsules, 100 capsules.