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Boost - Green Tea
Boost - Green Tea

Boost - Green Tea


ArQ Boost contains Green Tea and Moringa - take before training or exercise for increased energy, focus and anti-inflammatory benefits.

  • Includes Moringa and vitamins A, B, C, minerals, protein, iron, calcium, and 9 essential amino acid
  • Contains various antioxidants, including quercetin and chlorogenic acid along with vitamin C and beta-caratene.
  • Potent catechin for improved athletic endurance
  • Helps maintain homeostasis (the balance of the body)
  • Improve muscles ability to burn fat for energy


ArQ Boost - Green Tea + Moringa
Support your health with the wonders of green tea

Protein builds muscle and carbohydrates provide energy. These are universal basics understood by most. But as a dedicated athlete, you need more than just the basics to reach your peak performance and optimal health. Vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other nutrients work synergistically to support cellular function and metabolism, enhancing your performance for training workouts as well as competitive events. ArQ Boost was specially formulated to increase your intake of antioxidants, which remove free radicals from your body to improve cellular health. By taking a single capsule each time you train, you can jolt new energy and vitality into your immune, digestive, and nervous systems.
Science for Athletes

Studies show that drinking at least three cups of green tea every day helps control weight and improves the metabolism. It also promotes healthy cholesterol levels and has been linked to a lowered risk for certain diseases [1-4].

Green tea is loaded with antioxidants that protect cells from radical oxygen species – also known as free radicals – which are involved in inflammation and, among other things, can damage muscle tissue. Antioxidants help neutralize free radicals, and therefore can help promote healthy levels of inflammation, support recovery, and improve muscle gain [5, 6].

Green tea also contains theanine, a chemical that is only found in green tea and some species of mushrooms. This relaxes the brain and improves mood and alertness [1-4].

ArQ Boost Green Tea with Moringa gives you the benefits of green tea in supplement form, without the caffeine.

Directions for Use
Take one capsule before training. Consuming green tea in tea or smoothie form is fine while using this supplement; however, the recommendation is that you cap green tea consumption at three cups a day in addition to the supplement [7].
Why ArQ?

Green tea, in brewed liquid form, has great flavor and a multitude of health benefits. The problem lies in variation; every cup of tea is different because brewing time, water temperature, and the tea itself (its age, quality, and place of origin), as well as a whole host of other factors, affect how much health-promoting compounds are really in each cup. As an athlete, you want to know exactly what you’re putting into your body.

ArQ Boost Green Tea with Moringa takes the uncertainty out of the equation. The concentrated, completely vegan, soy-, peanut-, tree nut-, gluten-, and GMO-free formula gives you three cups worth of green tea per capsule, without the caffeine or the fuss of brewing a pot of tea.

This formula also contains powder made from the Moringa tree. Moringa is a plant that has been used as both food and traditional medicine in India for hundreds of years. It is full of nutrients and vitamins and has also been shown to have antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties. These beneficial biological activities promote healthy cholesterol and blood pressure levels and support immune, neurological, and heart health [8, 9].

This beautiful pairing of Moringa and green tea truly helps to promote health, improve performance and muscle building, and assist with a fast recovery [5, 6].

Protect your body in an all-natural way.

1. Azfal M, Sfer AM, Menon M., 2015. Green tea polyphenols and their potential role in health and disease. Inflammopharmacology 23(4):151–161

2. Khalesi S, et al. 2014. Green tea catechins and blood pressure: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. European Journal of Nutrition 53(6):1299–1311

3. Onakpoya I, et al. 2014. The effect of green tea on blood pressure and lipid profile: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials. Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases 24(8):823-836

4. Vuong QV., 2014. Epidemiological Evidence Linking Tea Consumption to Human Health: A Review. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 54(4).

5. Heaton LE, et al., 2017., Selected In-Season Nutritional Strategies to Enhance Recovery for Team Sport Athletes: A Practical Overview., Sports Med. 2017; 47(11): 2201–2218., Published online 2017 Jul 12. doi:  10.1007/s40279-017-0759-2

6. Powers S., 2014. Can antioxidants protect against disuse muscle atrophy? Sports Med 44(2):S155-65.

7. Anwar F, Latif S, Ashraf M. 2006., Moringa oleifera: a food plant with multiple medicinal uses. Phytotherapy Research 21(1):17–25

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