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Green Tea Plant Extract Can Increase Satiety

Baoji Herbest Bio-Tech Co.,Ltd | Updated: Apr 20, 2020

The researchers analyzed the effects of gallnut catechin -3- gallate (EGCG), a green tea extract, on mice and published their findings in the journal of molecular nutrition and food research. Researchers have found that diets with too much fat can lead to overweight, obesity and overnutrition, as well as affecting brain function. While many previous studies have found a protective effect of green tea plant extracts such as EGCG on obesity, few studies have focused on the relationship between green tea and the body's metabolism, the researchers said.

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For the study, the researchers took male wild mice and randomly divided them into three groups, one fed a regular diet, a second fed a week of high-fat food with more than 60 percent energy, and a third fed a high-fat diet for three months. In addition, all mice were fed EGGC supplements. The results showed that EGGC had no significant effect on the most suitable mice group, but in the high-fat diet mice group, over-eating habits were improved and food intake and eating frequency were reduced. EGCG supplements prevent overeating during the day in high-fat diet (HFD) mice, i.e., EGCG regulates the mice's dietary behavior and homeostasis energy.


In addition, the researchers found that EGCG regulated the appetite management of key genes such as AGRP, POMC and CART, and affected clock genes in the hypothalamus of obese mice. EGCG is eaten on mice.


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