All You Need to Know about Green Coffee Bean Extract with Svetol

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Celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz, who is known all over the world for advocating natural pathways to health, recommends that if you’re thinking about buying green coffee bean extract, you should buy one with Svetol within it.

But what exactly is it? Is Svetol green coffee bean extract any different from regular green coffee?

Svetol is a proprietary standardized chlorogenic acid. To put it simply, it is a type of chlorogenic acid made up of the optimum combination of caffeoylquinic acids to give the best health advantages.

Much like high-quality green coffee bean with at least 45% chlorogenic acid, Svetol can help you shed weight, lower your blood pressure levels and decrease your glucose levels.

But is there anything that makes Svetol superior to other chlorogenic acid brands? Svetol is certainly one of the most effective chlorogenic acids out there, but that doesn’t mean it is the only thing worth purchasing.

Let’s have a brief look at the story behind Svetol and how it has become one of the most coveted chlorogenic acid brands available.

The History of Svetol Green Coffee Bean Extract

Currently, over a hundred supplements have varying doses of Svetol in their ingredients list, but Svetol was initially manufactured more than a decade ago, in 2002, by a French supplements company that extracted chlorogenic acid from green coffee beans and called the new product Svetol.

Today, Berkem’s Svetol division is now owned by Naturex, which sells the chlorogenic acid to manufacturers of supplements.

Except for Svetol’s budding reputation with makers of slimming products and researchers in the fitness field, the rest of the world had no idea that Svetol, or even chlorogenic acid existed.

However in 2006, Norwegian beauty queen Mona Grudt began talking about CoffeeSlender, a coffee-based slimming product packed in small sachets that contained one very important ingredient in it – Svetol. She said the product was what helped her slim down in time for the Miss Universe beauty pageant.

Miss Norway’s indirect endorsement of Svetol sparked a flurry of buzz around the slimming ingredient. And it wasn’t just the masses, majority of whom suffered from one form of extra-weight issue or another, who were enamored with the new product. Researchers have taken up Svetol and other brands of chlorogenic acid as a subject of curiosity.

The Science of Green Coffee Bean Extract with Svetol

Skeptics and doubters all have one thing to say about green coffee bean extract, chlorogenic acid and Svetol. They say not a single one of these will help you slim down because there are no studies to prove it.

But just because no scientific tests have been conducted on these supplements doesn’t mean they don’t work. It’s the classic non-argument by people who don’t want to do their homework. Next time, maybe you can tell them no scientific studies have yet proven the existence of their brain. Let’s see how they would like that.

Anyway, just because lazy people say there are no studies doesn’t mean there are actually no studies. There are, in reality, a handful of them. They may not be numerous enough as those done on, say, fish oil supplements or multivitamins, but the studies go as far back as 1997, when people still had a scant idea of what shopping online was.

There are also studies done on the Svetol brand itself. That is what makes it a little bit more special than the rest.

The first one, which was published in the French journal Phytotherapie, is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial of 50 overweight adults, meaning those who had a body mass index above 25.

30 of them were given Svetol supplements. They were instructed to take them two times a day with their main meals for 2 months. The other group were given placebos. After thirty days, you know what happened next.

No, nothing awful happened. In reality, the findings surprised the researchers. When the subjects stopped taking their supplements, they discovered those who took Svetol lost an average of 5.7% of their body weight, while the control group only had a 2.9% reduction. The researchers also discovered that the Svetol group had more significant decreases in body mass index and an increase in muscle to mass ratio when compared to the placebo group.

Green-Fu’s proportions of Green Coffee Bean Extract (a.k.a Green Chlorogenic Acid/GCA/Svetol), Magical Plant Proteins, Vitamins, and Essential Minerals, makes this today’s most exciting Weight Loss and Fat Burning Solution.

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