Green coffee bean extract with 50% GCA benefits
Coffee is one of the best sources of antioxidants in the world, containing chlorogenic acid. But, when you roast a coffee, you are also taking out the most important aspect of this superfood. We extract the best part of a green coffee bean and bring you health-boosting chlorogenic acid in an easy to swallow convenient capsules. Green coffee bean extract helps with weight loss, blood sugar management, boosts metabolism, aids in suppressing appetite, and supports heart health, to name a few.
Green coffee bean for weight loss
A 2017 study of obese females, took 400 mg of GCE for eight weeks, along with a calorie deficit diet, found that participants supplementing with green coffee extract lost more weight than those who were only dieting.
Participants who supplemented with GCE reduced their overall cholesterol. The research shows that the GCE helped break down fat in the body.
A study of five green coffee bean human trials revealed that green coffee bean extract could promote weight loss.
There was a crossover study to examine the effectiveness and safety of GCA at lowering body weight. Participants were divided into three groups. One group was given 1070mg of GCA, another was 700mg GCA, and one group was given a placebo. The study found that the participants who took GCA lowered their weight and body fat percentage significantly without a change of diet.
Does green coffee bean help you lose weight? Well, most research points to yes. However, there are some things you need to consider.
Most of the studies were on overweight individuals. If you’re healthy than most, then your weight loss may not be as significant, or you might not lose weight at all. The other benefits of green coffee bean extract give you makes losing weight a bonus.
Blood sugar management
There are many studies about green coffee, but the most notable one is using the green coffee extract supplement to reduce fasting blood glucose.
The effect of GCE supplementation on FBG is showed in Fig. 2. Findings showed that GCE significantly reduced FBG (SMD: − 0.32, 95% CI − 0.59 to − 0.05, P = 0.02)…
[source: Effects of GCE on FBG]
The study showed that using a green coffee extract supplement lowered the fasting blood glucose of participants.
With a high fasting blood sugar level, you are at a higher risk of diabetes. It’s essential to avoid high-level sugar levels as much as you can.
May aid in suppressing appetite
One study shows that subjects reduce waist circumference and appetite after eight weeks of green coffee extract supplementation.
Supports heart health
Green coffee bean extract can also support heart function. One study concluded that taking green coffee bean extract can help reduced cardiovascular risk factors and maybe cardiovascular disease in the long term.
But, you can also get a heaping of antioxidants from taking green coffee bean extract.
Green coffee bean extract comes from unroasted coffee beans. Unroasted coffee beans contain a significant amount of Chlorogenic acid (antioxidants). Chlorogenic acid is lost during the roasting phase of coffee beans.
Moreover, some ingredients like turmeric are hard to be absorbed by our body, requiring a delivery system.
However, one study confirms that green coffee beans have high bioavailability in humans.
Why not just drink coffee?
You will have to drink plenty of espressos to receive the same amount of our Green Coffee with 50% CGA. Not to mention the jaggy jitter effect from drinking roasted coffee. This graph shows a comparison of the chlorogenic acid amount between roasted coffees versus green coffee beans.
The publication goes over each type of coffee roasts and the amount of caffeine to chlorogenic ratio each variety of roasts and brew contains.
On average, each coffee serving contains between 6 to 188 mg of chlorogenic acid to 48 to 317 mg of caffeine.
The upper limit of caffeine consumption is 400 mg, according to the FDA. If we go by the higher end, you could drink 2 cups of coffee and receive almost 400 mg of chlorogenic acid. But, you are also consuming a whopping 800 mg of caffeine. That should be enough to keep you awake for a week.
You can drink regular roasted brewed coffee to receive chlorogenic acid into your system. Bear in mind the side effects of caffeine, which can include the following:
- Rapid or abnormal heart rhythm
FAQ about green coffee beans
Does green coffee beans help you lose weight?
Studies show that green coffee beans can help reduce fat, improve cholesterol levels, and lower body weight. Green coffee beans seem effective in helping with weight loss.
How much green coffee bean for weight loss?
A study showed that 700 mg to 1050 mg of chlorogenic acid from green coffee bean extract (GCA) improved their body weight, body mass index, and body fat percentage.
What is green coffee bean extract?
Green coffee bean extract is a chlorogenic acid from coffee beans taken out before its roasted.
Disclaimer: The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements on this website. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.