Green Coffee Bean Extract – Will It Help You Lose Weight?

What is Green Coffee Bean Extract?
A Green Coffee Bean is a coffee bean that hasn’t been roasted. In recent studies it has become more apparent that coffee’s effects on weight loss are 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. The primary weight loss compound in Green Coffee Bean Extract is Chlorogenic Acid and it has some amazing weight loss properties.

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What is Chlorogenic Acid?
Chlorogenic acid is the primary compound in GCBE. It has been shown to not only slow the absorption of fat from the food you eat but it also causes your body to metabolize, or burn extra fat as energy. Unfortunately, you fresh brewed morning cup of coffee is not a sufficient soource of chlorogenic acid. The roasting of the coffee bean actually removes most of the coffee beans weight loss compound.

What Is The Research Behind Green Coffee Bean Extract?
In January 2012 one of the first studies was performed to evaluate Green coffee bean extract was conducted. The study was taken over 22 weeks with 16 individuals, the test was conducted by the University of Scranton and their Chemistry Department, Psychology Department.

The results were not as they expected.
Results: Significant reductions were observed in body weight (-8.04 ± 2.31 kg), body mass index (-2.92 ± 0.85 kg/m2), and percentage of body fat (-4.44% ± 2.00%)

The conclusion from the study itself was:
“The results are consistent with human and a meta-analysis of the efficacy of green coffee extract in weight loss”
In other words, the results showed there is a relationship of taking Green coffee bean and increased weight loss.

Does Green Coffee Bean Have Any Side Effects?
Out of all the studies performed on Green Coffee Bean Extract, no study that I came across reported any sort of negative side effects of taking this supplement. Now, in the studies participants only took Green Coffee Bean Extract. So the ‘no side effects’ thing only holds true if you are only taking the extract. Most weight loss supplements will contain a blend of Green Coffee Bean Extract and a bunch of other ingredients that assist in weight loss. It is important that you know what’s in the supplements you take, so be sure you are familiar with the ingredients listed on the ‘Supplement Facts’ label. Every supplement has one.

Will Green Coffee Bean Extract Help You Lose Weight?
If you take all the research that has been done on Green Coffee Bean Extract into consideration, I would say that it would help assist you in losing weight. I would interested in seeing what the effects would be of a weight loss supplement that contains Green Coffee Bean Extract combined with other clinically proven weight loss compounds like glucomannan, african mango extract, raspberry ketones, l-carnitine or caffeine. I bet they would only enhance weight loss.

What Are the Best Green Coffee Bean Weight Loss Supplements?
There are many supplements that contain GCBE, but what we have found is that when GCBE is combined with maqui berry, glucomannan, african mango extract, raspberry ketones, l-carnitine or caffeine it greatly enhances fat loss.

All of our top-rated products contain an effective dosage of GCBE.

LipoXS is the favorite supplement among our Nutritionist and customers as well.

LeanFuzion, though it is more expensive, is the ultimate weight loss formula, combining Alpha Lipoic Acid, GCBE, L-Carnitine, African Mango and Maqui Berry.

Ketovox alone was a terrific appetite suppressant, but when GCBE was added to its formulation, our customers experieneced more weight loss and less hunger pangs due to its appetite suppressing properties.

GCBE is a terrific addition to any weight loss supplement regimen.

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[3] – The Effect of chlorogenic acid (Svetol™) and chlorogenic enriched coffee on the glucose
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