Everything You Need To Know About Green Coffee Extract

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We all want our bodies to be at their healthiest. We learn from a young age that to be healthy, we have to eat right and exercise. We learn, as we get older, that for some of us, we need a little bit more help with keeping healthy. Everyone has spent some time wandering through the supplement isles and their local supplement stores looking for a little boost to get us on the right track. Green coffee extract is the latest supplement craze to hit the market, but before you buy anything to put into your body, you need to educate yourself about the product and what is can do for you and your body.

 

Understanding Green Coffee Extract

 

Some people may be thinking, “I drink coffee everyday!” Though most of us do consumer coffee everyday, there is a difference between a normal coffee bean and a green coffee extract. Coffee beans are roasted to eliminate the chlorogenic acid in the coffee beans. Green coffee extract, does not go through the roasting process as other coffee beans do because the chlorogenic acid has health benefits that contribute to how the supplement works.

 

Gaining Popularity

 

Green coffee extract gained its popularity when it was featured on the Dr. Oz show. Dr. Oz covers multiple health supplements and deemed green coffee extract the perfect weight loss supplement. According to Dr. Oz, you can use green coffee extract to lose weight without having to diet or exercise, and you see results fast.

 

How Is It Beneficial?

 

As we mentioned earlier, green coffee extract contains chlorogenic acid. Chlorogenic acid is said to have strong health benefits that can affect the body with high blood pressure, diabetes, and weight loss. Chlorogenic acid will have a strong effect on the blood vessels in the body, which will lower blood pressure. Chlorogenic acid also effects how sugars are broken down into the blood and raises metabolism, which makes it perfect for weight loss and diabetes.

 

Are There Side Effects?

 

Since green coffee extract is still a coffee bean, it still has caffeine in it. It is possible you may still experience some of the same side effects that you would from regular caffeine. Anxiety, diarrhea, and irritable bowl syndrome are common symptoms of caffeine and may be experienced while taking the green coffee extract. Since green coffee extract is a natural substance, there is a low possibility of an allergic reaction, which is reassuring to some.

 

 

 

How Much Do I Take?

 

The dosage for green coffee extract is going to depend on what you are using it for. If you have purchased it as a blood pressure supplement, you are going to take a different amount as if you purchased it for weight loss. Any time you purchase a supplement, even if it is for different reasons, you want to read the label on the back and take the recommended dosage. With weight loss substances, people will often complain about not seeing results and the reason they don’t is because they don’t follow the instructions on the bottle. So, in order to see results, always follow the instructions on the bottle.

 

Conclusion

 

Overall, green coffee extract has made its way to health fame through Dr. Oz and is a pretty healthy substance to take and has amazing health benefits. The first step to getting these supplements is to educate yourself about a product before putting it into your body. You now have all the information you will need to decide if green coffee extract is right for you, and how you can see the best results.