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Green tea extract-containing natural health products - Assessing the potential risk of liver injury

Green tea extract-containing natural health products are authorized for sale in Canada for a variety of uses, including to help in weight management (along with diet and exercise) and as a source of antioxidants for the maintenance of good health. The vast majority of those who consume green tea, in any form, do so without harm.
Health Canada reviewed the potential risk of liver injury (hepatotoxicity) associated with green tea extract because of ongoing reports of serious liver injury worldwide, including a recent report in Canada.

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