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Lower Cholestrol, Lower Triglycerides, Lose Weight all from a Pill

Updated on April 7, 2013

Green Coffee Bean Extract New Miracle

Green coffee bean extract could be my very best new friend. It will help me lose weight, lower my cholesterol by reducing my triglycerides and help curb my cravings for carbohydrates. And most important: it has an endorsement from Dr. Oz. “I’ve got the number one miracle in a bottle to burn your fat.” Mehmet Oz, M.D.

A natural plant compound found in green coffee bean extract is called chlorogenic acid. The acid works to control the release of glucose in the blood and help the metabolism in the liver. “This acid has an effect in the intestines that reduces the amount of glucose absorbed from the diet,” according to Dr. Joe Vinson. As an added bonus to the above mentioned benefits, green coffee bean extract will help regulate my blood sugar.

The extract has anti-oxidants that help reduce free oxygen radicals in your body. The acid in the extract helps absorb free oxygen radicals that contribute to degradation of cells in your body. The older you get the more you want to keep your cells rejuvenating and healthy. Many environmental factors as well as stress and physical limits affect the health of all your cells. It is very important to do whatever you can to keep cells reproducing, growing and actively fighting other aliments.

Don't drink more coffee

Dr. Vinson published his findings in the journal Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity. Patients who took a supplement of green coffee bean extract had a dropped of 10% in their weight without reducing calories. This was recorded in a 22 week study. The study found the supplement also helped prevent fat absorption. This leads to another benefit of the ‘miracle’ supplement; reduction in belly-fat accumulation. This helps your liver to function better by aiding in the metabolism of the stored fat

Don’t start increasing your coffee intake. The roasting of the coffee beans reduces the chlorogenic acid. A good cup of coffee has a minimum of 100 mg of caffeine. Green coffee bean extract has only 20 mg, keeping your nerves under control. Dr. Oz’s recommendation is to take 800 mg of green coffee extract, twice a day about 30 minutes before eating.

The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry published findings after just three weeks of taking green coffee bean extract, cholesterol levels were lower by 44 percent and triglycerides were lower by 59 percent. Patients who took the green coffee bean extract had lower heart rates. Lowering your heart rate means, your heart does not have to work so hard.

There are many new supplements on the market today. One may be just right for you. Green coffee bean extract sounds promising for me because I am a diabetic, I have high cholesterol, I have high triglycerides, I have belly fat and I crave chips, crackers, bread or carbohydrates. There are other supplements for those who are always tired and those who always feel hungry. Research and find what is best for you.

Remember to check with your doctor before making any big changes. Most doctors are pleased that you take an interest in your health and will support and encourage new challenges.

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    • Dianemae profile imageAUTHOR

      Dianemae 

      5 years ago

      Yes, I am using green coffee bean extract. I ordered some from Puritan Pride Mail. It is available at Walmart--but they run out fast. Most health foods store carry it. Right now it is popular and out of stock, but when the hipe runs down it will be on shelves.

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      Annie Messeri 

      5 years ago from Spain

      Hi. Did you try this supplement and how did you get on?

      I know this supplement seem to work well for sufferers of IBS.

      Annie

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