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(PRWEB) October 26, 2012
Green coffee extract user Donna York from Houston, TX says: “There've been naysayers about this extract, but I can tell you from personal experience it really works. My best friend lost 6 pounds and I've lost 8 pounds since we started taking it a month ago. We haven't changed what we eat either! I take my green coffee bean extract on an empty stomach and think it works great.”
Green Coffee Bean Extract (GCBE) refers to a substance derived from unroasted (green) coffee beans. The primary active ingredient is believed to be chlorogenic acid, an acid which is removed from coffee beans during the roasting process. Therefore, GCBE must be obtained by grinding the raw, unroasted beans. GCBE contains relatively small amounts of caffeine, and so it is not believed that the caffeine component is responsible for the positive effects of GCBE.
Why is there so much "buzz" about green coffee bean extract?
In a small recent study which was published in The Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity Journal, researchers in the Chemistry Department at the University of Scranton (Scranton, PA) found that 16 overweight men and women lost an average of 17 pounds. The study was 22 weeks in length. Used as a source of green coffee was a commercial green coffee extract product called GCA (TM). Study subjects received either high-dose GCA (1050 mg), low-dose GCA (700 mg) or placebo. Each study period was 6 weeks followed by a two-week "washout" period to reduce any possible effect from the preceding treatment period.
The subjects did NOT change their activity levels during the study. They did average about 400 calories per day of exercise (equivalent to about 30 minutes of jogging at a moderate speed). They also did NOT change their diets. Study participants averaged 2400 calories per day, which is certainly not a "weight loss" plan or a diet. There were statistically significant reductions in body weight, body mass index (BMI), and percent body fat. There was also a small decrease in resting heart rate. Important to note is the fact that the study participants lost the weight while on the GCA, and lost more weight while on the higher dose. During the study, 6 of the subjects moved from an "overweight" BMI to one within the "normal" range. Overall, body weight decreased by 10.5% while body fat stores decreased by 16%.
The primary author, Dr. Vinson, believes that it is the chlorogenic acid within the GCBE which is responsible for the positive effects. He postulates that it may have "some effect on keeping down glucose absorption," and may lower the "hyperglycemic peak," which may then lead to reduced fat storage and weight loss.
None of the study participants reported any side-effects.
Karen Frederick from New York says: “I know this extract has all sorts of ingredients that help me lose weight, but the one I feel most is loss of appetite. It's helped my enthusiasm for losing weight so much just because I know I'm eating less and not getting hungry. I've lost 6 pounds since I started taking the Green Coffee Bean extract”.
What does earlier research about green coffee bean extract tell?
A 2006 study from Japan found that chlorogenic acid from GCBE lowered blood pressure in 28 patients with mild high blood pressure. Both systolic (the upper number), and diastolic (the lower number), were lowered. They also found no side effects in the subjects who received the chlorogenic acid.
Another 2006 study on mice from Japan showed that GCBE appeared to be effective at preventing weight gain and fat accumulation, as well as blocking fat absorption and promoting fat breakdown in the liver. There were reductions in both visceral fat (the dangerous fat around the organs), and in overall body weight.
A 2005 study of 117 male volunteers with mild hypertension (high blood pressure) also found that daily use of GCBE had a blood pressure-lowering effect.
Even earlier research from 2002 showed that GCBE had a blood pressure-lowering effect in rats with high blood pressure.
A new 2012 research study found that chlorogenic acid has cholesterol lowering and fatty liver-reversing effects in rats with high cholesterol.
Another brand-new study finds that chlorogenic acid lessens brain damage in rats who have had strokes, presumably due to minimizing free-radical damage.
What can consumers conclude about green coffee bean extract?
Early data from mice, rats, and now humans supports that green coffee bean extract is quite safe and is effective in lowering high blood pressure. Initial data suggests the substance is quite likely to be helpful in weight loss efforts and in preventing obesity. It may also be helpful in lowering cholesterol and reversing fatty liver. As new research implies, there may even be many additional health benefits, which are only starting to be discovered.
Gail Sanders from San Francisco says: “I'm 127 pounds overweight, so I have a long road to go to reach my goal. I've been taking the Green Coffee Bean capsules for almost two months now and have lost 13 pounds. I know that's only a drop in the bucket, but I really believe these capsules are increasing my metabolism and helping me eat less. I know I'll get there.”
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