Skinny Green Coffee

Skinny Green Coffee

Last year, the medical unit for The Dr. Oz Show also conducted a study of green coffee bean extract, under the guidance of consultants Caroline Apovian, M.D., and registered dietician Kristin Kirkpatrick. The study enlisted 100 overweight women to take either the green coffee bean extract (400 milligrams, three times a day) or an inactive placebo. After two weeks, the women who took the green coffee bean extract lost, on average, two pounds, twice as much as the women who took the placebo.

Hausenblas and other experts note that conventionally brewed coffee doesn’t confer the same weight-loss benefits as green coffee extract because roasting beans removes the chlorogenic acid. But they also pointed out that many studies have found coffee contains other compounds, some of which may be good for you, including caffeine, which can raise energy levels, blood pressure, metabolism, heart rate, and breathing.

“Coffee contains hundreds of components, each of which may have potential and independent pharmacological effects,” Hausenblas explains. “Coffee is a notable source of caffeine. However, coffee’s effects on glycemic control and weight loss have been attributed to its other components, including chlorogenic acid, quinides, lignans, and trigonelline, all of which have been shown to improve glucose metabolism in animal studies.”

Post time: Jul-07-2017
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