Green Coffee Bean Extract, 400mg Per Capsule, 60 Vegetarian Capsules, 100% Pure All Natural Formula, (Contains 50% Chlorogenic Acids)


Green Coffee Bean 60 VegCap Introducing Green Coffee Bean The Superbean that helps support weight controlWhat has the media and the scientific community so excited about Green Coffee Bean Extract is that people dont have to do anything different when taking this food supplement, they dont need to exercise, they dont need to diet, they just appear to drop poundsHow does Green Coffee Bean work to support weight control?Believe it or not, the key is not the caffeine. It is a very important natural active compound called Chlorogenic Acid. Chlorogenic Acid works by inhibiting the release of glucose in the body while at the same time boosting the metabolism or the burning of fat in the liver. These two mechanisms combined work together to inhibit the absorption of fat and eliminate weight gain.Benefits Green Coffee Bean ProvideOverall Health – Many polyphenols function as antioxidants. Chlorogenic Acid is a polyphenol that has been shown to neutralize several classes of carcinogenic compounds before they can cause cancer.Cardiovascular Health – High homocysteine concentrations in blood is a risk indicator for cardiovascular disease. Chlorogenic Acid has been shown to aid in the decrease of total plasma homocysteine levels in those who ingested Chlorogenic Acid during clinical trialsChlorogenic Acid has also shown positive results for treating hypertension. By neutralizing free radicals and regenerating vitamin E, Green Coffee Beans have been shown to inhibit lipid and LDL degradation, thereby promoting optimal cardiovascular health.Blood pressure (both systolic and diastolic) has also shown to decrease significantly during clinical studies of Chlorogenic Acid ingestion. During clinical trials, there was no difference in body mass index and pulse rate between test groups, nor were any apparent side effects detected. It also inhibits ox

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  1. Rosa Martinez says
    45 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    lowers appetite but not weight, November 6, 2012
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    Rosa Martinez
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    This review is from: Green Coffee Bean Extract, 400mg Per Capsule, 60 Vegetarian Capsules, 100% Pure All Natural Formula, (Contains 50% Chlorogenic Acids) (Health and Beauty)

    I think these help lower cravings and for that reason I’m glad I tried them. I have a bad habit of waking up in the middle of the night like clock work to get a snack but after a week of taking these capsules regularly I noticed that I didn’t feel the urge nearly as bad to get out of bed and go downstairs to get a snack. They do not really help with energy or weight loss other than eating less calories in the middle of the night. I lost 1.5 pounds in the two in half weeks that I took them for. I then started taking raspberry ketones with them and lost another 2 pounds in the following week –Green Tea Extract 60 Capsules (500mg) + FREE 50 Grams Raspberry Ketones Powder. I do not eat terribly good but I do exercise semi-frequently. The ketones give me a noticeable energy boost so I would recommend taking them in the morning or before working out. I take the green coffee bean extract twice a day. Each serving is two capsules so your looking at four pills a day.

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  2. 287 of 370 people found the following review helpful
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    A real review – my experience so far, May 23, 2012
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    I’ve gotten a little frustrated trying to find any real reviews of this product … do a Web search, and it seems as if the first 8 zillion pages are companies trying to sell the product or thinly veiled “testimonials” for the same.

    So I’m going to take a little time to report my experience (so far) for anyone who understands that losing weight is hard and requires effort, and is wondering whether taking this extract IN ADDITION to making that effort will cause the weight to come off faster, or at least prevent one of those motivation-crushing plateaus.

    Like many people, I’ve struggled with my weight all my life. I’m 45, female, 5’6″, and currently trying very hard to get my weight and my cholesterol numbers down. I have not reached menopause, and my bloodwork says that I am not diabetic, pre-diabetic, or insulin-resistant. Five weeks ago, I embarked (at 206 pounds) on a serious commitment to improve my diet and increase my exercise. A week or so in, I saw the infamous Dr. Oz episode about the green coffee beans and weight loss.

    I was (and remain) skeptical. The “celebrity nutritionist” doctor interviewed about the coffee beans on Dr. Oz’s show (Lindsey Duncan) is a cofounder of the very company that manufactures this specific brand of the product … a “conflict of interest” that was very easy information to find on Dr. Duncan’s site, but that I don’t recall being shared with viewers of the Dr. Oz show. That left a bad taste in my mouth, for sure.

    Also, the original “study” quoted was of an extremely small sample of people. I don’t recall being told what their gender makeup was; how overweight they were to start with on average (in my experience, the heavier I am, the more weight I can lose quickly, at least in the early stages of a diet); whether or not they were told that what they were testing was for weight loss (being told this might inadvertently have affected how they behaved elsewhere in their lives, consciously or unconsciously); and so on.

    Also disturbingly, the original study (do a Google search, kids) said that scientists don’t yet KNOW why the green coffee bean extract might have contributed to weight loss in the study group (and cautioned that for all we know, it might be because the extract somehow triggers a physiological effect that blocks absorption of calories, including much-needed nutrients). One of the theories proposed was that the extract prevented (or dampened) the glycemic spike after eating and slowed or prevented sugar conversion to fat. But despite the fact that the actual scientists involved said they didn’t know what might be happening and that more study was needed, all the extract sellers here on Amazon and elsewhere are confidently waxing poetically about chlorogenic acids and describing precisely the mechanism by which this process “works.”

    All of the above should be red flags for anyone capable of critical thought.

    I may be fat, but I like to think that I am capable of critical thought. 🙂 I am skeptical of any “magic pill” approach to weight loss. Especially one that claims to work without requiring me to do any.

    STILL … I have lost (and gained) lots of weight in my life, and I know that no matter how hard I work, I will at some point plateau and stop losing. And since there WAS a widely reported study, small and scientifically inconclusive as it may have been (rather than just a little blurb on Dr. Oz), I thought it might be worth adding this extract to my regimen, to see if it helped me to keep making UNINTERRUPTED progress downward — even as I continued to follow my new reduced-calorie, reduced-fat diet AND stepped-up exercise program.

    It took weeks (as you all know) for the extract to reach my mailbox. I finally got it last week. By the time I started taking it, I had already lost 11 pounds over a four-week period (without taking any sort of extract). As of this review, I’ve been taking the green coffee bean extract for exactly 7 days. I am taking two pills twice a day (800 mg twice a day for a total of 1600 mg daily, as Dr. Oz recommended). I weighed myself this morning. I’m down another 2 pounds from the previous week.

    HOWEVER, keep in mind that this loss is well within the “average” parameters of my loss over the previous four weeks (with no extract).

    Keep in mind that I am ALSO exercising 4 hours a day (walking 6 – 9 miles on my treadmill and cycling the rest of the time on my FitDesk bike, a product which I can wholeheartedly and without reservation recommend for people who want to fit in some movement during otherwise sedentary computer activity).

    AND keep in mind, I am ALSO eating a modified, weight-loss-friendly diet (very little carb, no more than 20 g of saturated fat every day, probably coming in around 1200 – 1400 calories).

    So, logically? I’m about 99% sure that the weight loss that I’m…

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  3. shih tzu lover says
    20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Did Not Work!, June 27, 2012
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    I took the Dr. Oz suggested 400mg 2x per day, before breakfast and lunch and nothing happened. It was a waste of money for me.

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