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Green Tea
Latin name : Camellia sinensis
Used part : The leaf
Anti-oxidant and stimulant

Green tea contains many components that confer undoubted virtues. Rich in caffeine, it is primarily a nervous system stimulant. By increasing energy consumption, caffeine may be responsible for the slimming effect of green tea. Green tea also contains polyphenols (including catechins), which are powerful antioxidants. They protect our body from free radicals that are causing, among other things, aging skin and more generally the disruption of cellular function. Green tea has diuretic properties (by promoting excretion of toxins from our body) and lipolytic (encouraging liberation of stored fat). These two actions are combined together in an ingredient of choice for a successful diet.

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Marine Magnesium
And stress is gone

Magnesium is an essential mineral to combat stress and nervous fatigue. By ensuring the transmission of nerve impulses, magnesium protects the neuro-muscular function and acts as a relaxing agent to the nervous system. Its absorption is enhanced by the presence of vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), which promotes the intestinal absorption and fixation of muscle magnesium. It helps reduce the loss of magnesium in the body and decreases stress.

Optimal Dosage Magnesium Marino