Anti-microbial activity, improvement of intestinal microflora

Combating the 0-157 intestinal threat.
Improper digestion is a sure sign of health issues. Verotoxins, also known as Shiga-like toxins, are dangerous inhibitors of protein synthesis in eukaryotic cells. They pass through the small intestine and into the large, resulting in Escherichia Coli 0-157. They also play a key role in hemorrhagic colitis and hemolytic uremic syndrome. Additionally, verotoxins damage endothelial cells in both the kidney and the brain, causing renal failure and neurological complications. Combating this is catechin-rich green tea. Catechins inhibit verotoxin production, thus countering its destructive and harmful effects.