Green Coffee Bean Max Review - Dr. Oz Likes Green Coffee for Weight Loss
Green coffee bean extract products are flying off the shelves, ever since Dr. Oz profiled it earlier this year. The primary goal of users is to tap into its natural fat burning properties, though other health benefits are also speculated. OverallHealth.org releases a review.
(PRWEB) November 18, 2012
Green Coffee Beans are fresh coffee beans that have not been roasted. Standard coffee beans have been roasted at 475 degrees Fahrenheit, and that is where their dark color comes from. The roasting process also causes Green Coffee Beans to lose 90% of their primary fat-burning and anti-oxidant component - Chlorogenic Acid. In their 100% pure form, Green Coffee Beans present a significant breakthrough in the science of natural health and weight loss.
In a study presented recently at the American Chemical Society's spring national meeting in San Diego, 16 overweight young adults took, by turns, a low dose of green coffee bean extract, a high dose of the same green coffee supplement, and a placebo. Though the study was small, the results were striking: Subjects taking the full dose of the green coffee extract lost an average of 17.5 pounds in 22 weeks and reduced their overall body weight by 10.5%.
Green coffee bean extract has been shown to inhibit fat absorption and also stimulate the activation of fat metabolism in the liver, both major supporters of weight reduction. The Chlorogenic acid found in green coffee beans is a natural phytochemical that is found in a wide array of plants, with very high concentrations in green coffee beans. It has been found to inhibit the release of glucose into the blood, particularly after meals, and appears to help people lose weight as a result. Chlorogenic acid may also be able to induce body fat loss by increasing body heat produced, thus promoting thermogenesis, the natural burning of fat for energy. It is also believed to reduce the generation of new fat cells due to its superior anti-oxidant effects.
Conventiently, the "extract" makes it easy for people to experience the weight loss benefits of green coffee beans without having to eat the beans. The most popular format is simply a capsule pill to be taken at increments.
OverallHealth.org is a free-spirited site where author and chief editor Henry Rearden enjoys profiling and reviewing fresh – sometimes trendy - new products to hit the health market. Anything in the periphery of health and well-being is fair game for Henry to pull off the shelf for a look-see!
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