There is a big difference between green coffee beans and standard coffee beans. Green coffee beans are fresh and have not been roasted like standard coffee beans, which are roasted at 475 degrees fahrenheit.
This roasting causes coffee beans to lose 90% of their primary fat-burning and anti-oxidant component chlorogenic acid.
Chlorogenic acid is found in a wide variety of plants, but with very high concentrations in green coffee beans.
It has been found to inhibit the release of glucose into the bloodstream after meals and appears to benefit people losing weight more easily as a result.
In a study presented at the American Chemical Society's spring national meeting in San Diego, 16 overweight young adults took a low dose of green coffee bean extract, a high dose of the supplement, and a placebo.
Though the study was done with a smaller number of participants, the results were striking: Subjects lost an average of 17.5 pounds in 22 weeks and reduced their overall body weight by 10.5%, according to The Los Angeles Times.
What is further amazing is that the subjects did not change their calorie intake over the course of the trial.
The more extract they consumed, the more weight and fat they lost. Altogether, they reduced their body fat by 16%, on average. All without side-effects.
The chlorogenic acid in Green Coffee Bean extract has been shown to inhibit fat absorption and it is the primary ingredient.
It also stimulates the improvement of fat metabolism in the liver.These are both major supporters of weight reduction.
Green coffee is best taken in extract form because it tastes verry bitter as you would expect from coffee.
A recent episode of Dr. Oz featured Lindsey Duncan, ND. He spoke about the benefits of green coffee bean extract. See the video below.
Because of this TV and media exposure green coffee bean extract has been flying of the shelves and several retailers are having a hard time keeping up with demand.
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