We are sure you are aware that Green Coffee Bean Extract has been heralded as a breakthrough in weight management. Green Coffee Bean Extract was the subject of a clinical study published in the Diabetes Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity Journal. On average, participants in that journal’s study lost 17 lbs each. That was 16% of their body weight in just three months!
Green Coffee Bean Extract was also studied by Dr. Oz on TV. To evaluate the impact of the product for that show, a clinical study was conducted under the guidance of experts. Thus far, it was the largest project the show had ever done.
The medical unit enlisted 100 women between the ages of 35 and 49 who were overweight with BMIs (Body Mass Index’s)between 25 and 45. (The participants were free from any serious health concerns like diabetes, history of stroke or heart attack, pregnancy, and none were breast feeding.) These women blindly received either the Green Coffee Bean Extract or a placebo to take thirty minutes before each meal. (400mg capsules 3x per day) Not one of them knew which capsule they were given. For the study to be effective, the participants were advised not to change their diet, and to keep a journal of all the food that they ate. After fourteen days, all the women were weighed.
In the two weeks, the group who had taken the Green Coffee Bean Extract lost 2 pounds, on average. The group of participants who had taken the placebo lost 1 lb – possibly due to the fact that they were more mindful of their diet for that time since they were required to keep a food journal.
Bottom line, Green Coffee Bean Extract isn’t going to “melt” the pounds away, but is certainly worth a try to aid those struggling to lose weight. In addition to the possible fat reduction benefits though, the chlorogenic acid in green coffee beans is understood to have health benefits for heart disease. “Regular” coffee bean roasting decreases the measure of the chlorogenic acid whereas green coffee beans haven’t been roasted and so possess a higher amount of the chlorogenic acid.
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding and children under the age of 18 should NOT take Green Coffee Bean Extract. Do NOT take it if you have an allergy to coffee or caffeine. This extract will be most effective when coupled with a balanced diet and a regular exercise routine.
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.