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HealthyAnswers.com Reports the Pros and Cons of Green Coffee Bean Extract
HealthyAnswers.com is a publisher and leader in providing current natural health information. HealthyAnswers reports the pros and cons of Green Coffee Bean Extract. They also offer a complimentary health newsletter and quality nutritional solutions.
HealthyAnswers.com states that Green Coffee Bean Extract was also tested on the popular Dr. Oz television show on 2 audience members who did not change their diets and took only the GCBE. After only 1 week, one of the test subjects reported losing 6 lbs while the other lost 2 lbs.
HealthyAnswers.com also reports that, like many diet aids on the market today, Green Coffee Bean Extract also has its detractors. Some healthcare professionals question whether GCBE may raise dangerous homocysteine – a blood chemical marker for heart disease. Yet, HealthyAnswers.com cites a Japanese study done as far back as 2004 [Green coffee bean extract improves human vasoreactivity, Hypertens Res, 2004 Oct;27(10):731-
Other concerns of some healthcare professionals, reports HealthyAnswers.com, is that GCBE may interfere with blood sugar control. Yet, HealthyAnswers also cites a study published by Life Extension Magazine [Suppress Deadly After-Meal Blood Sugar Surges, February 2012], with results that GCBE lowered post meal blood sugar surges by 24% compared to the placebo group. Another study showed a 32% post meal blood sugar reduction.
HealthyAnswers.com resident expert, Mark Rosenberg, M.D. , further explains the usefulness of Green Coffee Bean Extract in weight loss: “Green Coffee Bean Extract contains chlorogenic acid and ferulic acid which help lower blood glucose levels which stabilize insulin. When blood glucose levels are too high from insulin resistance – common to middle-age people – fat storage occurs, especially in the belly area. Green Coffee Bean Extract makes it possible for people to lose stubborn belly fat by controlling glucose and making them more sensitive to their own insulin.”
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