Green Coffee Bean Extract – Fake or The Real Deal?

With the way things are being advertised right now, it can be pretty hard trying to differentiate facts from fiction. Pure green coffee bean extracts are a great example for this sort of situation. They were recently promoted by Dr. Mehmet Oz on his TV show. Just like their name pretty much implies, they are colored green and are coffee beans. Unlike the coffee beans used for brewed coffee, these ones are roasted meaning that they are still fresh. And unlike their brown counterparts, green coffee beans are taken in pill form instead of being made into a beverage.

So we know for a fact that caffeine has nothing to do with green coffee beans helping people lose weight. The main culprit behind that act is a little compound known as chlorogenic acid. This is a naturally recurring compound that is present in berries, green vegetables, and most notably green coffee beans.  This natural compound is highly concentrated in green coffee beans meaning that you are most likely to find a great amount of it there.

So what exactly makes chlorogenic acid such a special component in the world of weight loss supplements?  Well for one thing it is said to have numerous health benefits and one of them happens to be weight loss. This compound gets destroyed during the process of roasting the coffee beans  which is why it is such a huge loss if you think about it. Green coffee bean extracts are an effective and safe way of losing weight without forcing you to do any strenuous exercises along the way.

The people who are one hundred percent behind green coffee bean extracts are Dr. Mehmet Oz, the host of the Dr. Oz Show, and Dr. Lindsey Duncan, a certified nutritionist and neuropathic doctor.  These two experts are the ones who are endorsing green coffee bean extracts and are letting the world know just how effective these supplements really are. They are also putting a strong emphasis on making the product safe for consumption as even the capsules themselves are vegetable based and contain no additives.

To further prove that green coffee bean extracts were more than just hype, a study was conducted on a group of 16 overweight men and women. These individuals were asked to consume at least 2400 calories a day, a number which is way above the recommended dosage. However, despite eating this many calories per day, these people were still able to lose weight. And the funny thing is, they did not even do that much exercising during the whole study. All they did was take in green coffee bean supplements.

Within a few months’ time, each of the individuals that had volunteered for the study had lost an average of 16 lbs. These figures indicate a 16 percent loss in total body fat and a 10.5 percent decrease in total body weight.  Well I don’t know about you guys, but these figures pretty much state that green coffee bean extract is more than just mere hype.  In fact, it seems to be the real deal when it comes to weight loss.

 

 

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