Green Coffee Vs Green Tea for Weight Reduction


For several years, green tea was extremely popular for its weight loss properties and continues to garner plenty of respect from dieters as well as health aficionados. However, a recent entrant in the realm of slimming-aids is slowly taking control and dominance over green tea as a strong contender for weight loss king. This is none other than green coffee bean extracts. In order to weigh in the evidence and discover which ‘green’ is the best, let’s look at some of the scientific studies conducted around the globe.

Green coffee evidence: A study conducted in January 2012, as reported by Dr Oz on his tv show, it was observed that 16 participants who were examined over a period of 22 weeks were broken into three groups of high dosage green coffee bean extracts, mid-level dosage of green coffee bean extracts and a placebo. At the conclusion of the research it was observed that those who consumed green coffee bean extracts on an average of 900 mg revealed a remarkable loss of over 9 kg weight per person. In addition, none of these individuals reported any negative outcomes or side effects from the dosages. None of the studies involving fat burners have revealed such astounding fat loss from any participant group.

Green tea evidence: Research involving 38 Japanese men revealed that those who consumed green tree extracts for over 10 weeks experienced moderate amount of weight loss against the group that did not consume green tea. Although green tea is recognized to help with weight loss in both human and animal studies, it does so by increasing thermogenesis in the body that requires the body to expend more energy. Even though the amount of evidence in favour of green tea causing substantial weight reduction is yet to evolve, some studies stated that green tea extracts are highly beneficial in helping to maintain constant weight after weight loss takes place.

The amount of research and analysis done on green tea and the health advantages it has on an individual is a bit more than the limited studies done so far on Green coffee beans, but on the flip side, the evidence for weight reduction with green coffee bean extracts is slightly higher than green tea. Green tea offers a number of health advantages but its effects are seen much slower than the impact green coffee bean extracts has on an individual.

Green tea naturally contains caffeine and hence considerable amounts of green tea supplements or beverage can cause numerous negative effects for instance anaemia, anxiety disorders, heartburn, convulsions and headaches. On the other hand green coffee bean extracts are prepared from decaffeinated coffee beans and only contain chlorogenic acid, which is the main component for overall wellness as well as weight loss. It is observed that serious toxicity develops in the consumption of green tea even in lower dosage thus further study is needed to comprehend the effects of green tea in an individual. On the other hand studies conducted on green coffee bean extracts, reveal that individuals who experienced weight loss even with high dosages of green coffee bean extracts did not experience any negative outcomes nor did they suffer side effects.

In the comparison study between green coffee bean supplements and green tea, it is safe to imagine that extracts from green coffee beans are safer than green tea, although studies on both supplements and its compounds continue to take place around the world.

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