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Acai Berry vs. Green Coffee Extract

Updated on November 26, 2014

Acai Berry Diet Pills

So let us start with the first one of the two that became popular. Acai Berry diet pills quickly became popular and not only because they were supposed to help you lose weight, but because they did. However it all depended on what type you got and money became a huge factor in whether or not they worked.

The tried and true brand that I tried is pictured below, from a company called Natrol. When I bought it about two years ago the price was $10, fairly inexpensive to those wanting to lose weight.

And although it did help me lose 10 pounds within 1 month, I also had to give a lot of effort. Such as dieting and working out myself, but I know that these pills gave me a little boost.

My final score of the Acai Berry diet pills? Score 5/10.


  • Price was okay.
  • Expected more.
  • Good but not great.
  • Quickly effective but with effort.

Acai Berry Diet Pills- $10 at Walmart
Acai Berry Diet Pills- $10 at Walmart

Green Coffee Extract

This is my preferred method of weight loss with dieting pills.

Simply said, I lost 10 pounds in one month, the same as the Acai Berry pills but I put in no effort.

I ate out, didn't exercise, and kept my basic routine without having to give effort.

Although after taking it for the whole month I nearly needed to have it each morning, kind of like coffee. And I've never been one to drink coffee. Plus, if I ever took it before bed then it would keep me up.

Final score? 7/10


  • Fast yet steady weight loss.
  • No extra effort.
  • Side effects from caffeine.

Green Coffee Extract- $2 at Boscov's
Green Coffee Extract- $2 at Boscov's

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More Benefits

Both Acai Berry and Green Coffee Extract have more benefits than just weight loss, and it's important to take a look at each before making your final vote on which is better.

Acai Berry in the News

Natrol Acai Berry Pills- 60 count

Green Coffee on Dr.Oz

The Final Word

If you're looking to buy diet pills for weight loss, try to lose weight naturally before doing so.

I turned to diet pills for the last 20 pounds that I needed to lose because for some reason my body stopped responding to diet and exercise. And even then I consulted my doctor about my diet.

Try not to look for an easy way out because diet pills aren't the healthiest thing to turn to.

My suggestion would be to try going gluten free for a little bit or limiting gluten because it's also a fast and easy way to lose weight.

But if you are ready to turn to diet pills for help then I would suggest the Green Coffee Extract because it shows results without much effort.

However, Acai Berry has many more benefits than just weight loss. So if you're looking to get healthy in other ways in your life, then you might want to give it a try!

You won't know which one you like more until you give them both a chance, just put a month or so in between each pill because you could have lingering affects of one while on the other.

I hope this helps you in making a healthy and smart decision. Thank you for reading.

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