Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Multiple Sclerosis and EGCG

Thank you Irwin for this study on MS and Green Tea extract.

A quote- "Thus, a natural green tea constituent may open up a new therapeutic avenue for young disabled adults with inflammatory brain disease by combining, on one hand, anti-inflammatory and, on the other hand, neuroprotective capacities."


The benefit to you of EgCG is documented regularly. One common thread is the pharmaceutical quality of the extracts used in testing. Do you think they buy an unknown powder at the local discount store for $1.99? Wrong! As with all supplements, quality varies widely. If you are going to supplement, do it wisely use what they studies use: a Pharmaceutical Grade EgCG.

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