New Green Coffee Bean Extract Studies Link To Anti-aging Possibilities
Information on the buzz about the unbelievable possibilities of easy weight loss without altering diet or exercise levels and anti-aging.
New Market, Indiana (August 12, 2012) New studies are being done with green coffee bean extracts to lessen the effects of aging by utilizing the extract to fight the free radicals in your body with the abundant antioxidants in it’s composition. The free radicals, when left unchecked, have been known to contribute to aging process. The concentration of antioxidants in the green coffee bean extract is three times that of grape seed extract or green tea.
It has been found that you do not have to drastically change your diet or increase your activity level to lose weight and get the benefits of the antioxidants to work. It seems that all that is needed is that you eat a sensible diet and engage in your normal activities and take the pills according to directions and drink plenty of water, and you will lose the weight and gain the benefit of fighting the free radicals in your body.
It is recommended that you make sure that you are getting at least eight hours of sleep to help maintain your energy level during the day, increase your metabolism and decrease the need for additional calories.
The “miracle green coffee superbean” was presented by top universities and medical establishments around the country for its perceived health benefits of supporting optimal fat metabolism and blood sugar regulation.
Recently on one of his shows,Dr.Oz featured Dr. Lindsey Duncan,a celebrated naturopathic doctor sPeaking on what he called his miracle fat burner, green coffee bean extract. Dr. Oz did not recommend any product in particular, he simply cautioned his audience and viewers to make sure of the purity of the product and to follow the recommended doses and to eat a sensible diet and drink plenty of water and a sensible exercise program.
Pure green coffee bean extract is obtained from unroasted green coffee seeds. The Chlorogenic acid in green coffee beans helped decrease homocysteine levels in the blood of participants in the study who took green coffee bean extract. High levels of homocysteine in the blood are known as an indicator of poor cardiovascular health.
NO SIDE EFFECTS have been found to be associated with the extract. Green coffee bean extract is not a drug or medication. It is a purely natural dietary supplement that does not require a prescription. The extract is available on line or in your local health store. If you would like more information, you can visit www.greencoffeebeanweightlossq.com
Grace W. Schneider