Green coffee has been shown to inhibit weight gain in animal studies. This may be due to decreased absorption of carbohydrates from the diet, or via some other mechanism.
Coffee beans are naturally green, but they are usually roasted before being sold to the consumer. This is the process that turns them brown.
As we know… coffee beans are loaded with antioxidants and pharmacologically active compounds. Two of the most important ones are Caffeine and Chlorogenic Acid.
Chlorogenic Acid is believed to be the main active ingredient in green coffee beans. That is, the substances that produces the weight loss effects (1).
Unfortunately…. most of the chlorogenic acid is removed when coffee is roasted (2).
For this reason, regular coffee beans won’t have the same effect (although there are plenty of other good reasons to drink coffee if you enjoy it).
Pure Green Coffee
is a potent, natural antioxidant that may help protect the body from
free radicals and other dangers.
May help enhance healthy weight management without negative side effects.
The caffeine may help release fatty acids from stored fat in the body.