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The added benefit of Swanson's Green Tea Extract is the capsule form, which allows you to take a consistent daily dose quickly and easily without the need to brew a hot drink.
In the standardised form of Green Tea Extract 500mg, Swanson recommends a dose of 1 capsule, once or twice per day. You can rest assured that taking Green Tea Extract will be a simple addition to your daily routine, because Swanson have created capsules that are easy to swallow with a drink of water and reduce the risk of an unpleasant aftertaste.
Swanson Superior Herbs Green Tea Extract contains Gelatin, making it unsuitable for vegetarians. Other ingredients may include: microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate and silica.
If you are a vegetarian, look out for the vegetarian Swanson Superior Herbs Green Tea Extract capsules, now also available at Health Monthly.
It is essential that you check with your Doctor before embarking on any new or complimentary health supplements, especially if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Remember that natural therapies carry a risk of contraindications when combined with various treatments and conditions.
Swanson Superior Herbs is proud to combine over 40 years of supportive health expertise, with customer feedback, to produce supplements of the highest quality. As a company that voluntarily allows analysis of their manufacturing practices, you can rest assured that this is a brand that produces dietary supplements made from the best possible products and containing only the purest ingredients. Look for the Swanson 7-leaf guarantee for health benefits that give you peace of mind.
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