Green coffee extract proven to work for weight loss





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Published on May 7, 2012

According to a recent double-blind crossover study,* green coffee extract (a supplement made from unroasted coffee beans) may be the secret "miracle" ingredient for safe, all-natural weight loss.

In this study, 16 overweight adults took either a high dose (1050 mg) of green coffee extract, a low dose (700 mg) or a placebo over 22 weeks to test its safety and effectiveness for reducing body weight and body fat.

Incredibly, the subjects lost an average of 17 pounds each—10.5% of their overall body weight and 16% of their overall body fat! Six patients lost so much fat they shifted from a "pre-obese" body mass index to "normal." And best of all, no one reported any side effects.

Surprisingly, it's NOT the caffeine!

Green coffee beans are unroasted and have very little caffeine—about one-fifth of a cup of coffee. And they won't make you jittery like brewed coffee or ephedra. In fact, in some studies, green coffee extract has helped lower blood pressure.

The secret natural weight-loss ingredient in green coffee extract is chlorogenic acid. It inhibits the release of glucose (blood sugar) while boosting metabolism and fat burning. So taking green coffee extract has a double effect—it blocks fat from being absorbed and eliminates weight gain.

Since roasting removes the chlorogenic acid from coffee beans, your morning cup of joe won't give you the same fat-burning benefits as green coffee extract. It's too bitter to eat, so take green coffee extract as a supplement.

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*Vinson JA, Burnham BR, Nagendran MV. "Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, linear dose, crossover study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a green coffee bean extract in overweight subjects." Chemistry Department, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, USA. Diabetes Metab Syndr Obes. 2012;5:21-7. Epub 2012 Jan 18.

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