Natures Lab Green Coffee Bean Extract for Natural Weight Loss
Our UK-manufactured Green Coffee Bean Extract (1000mg) is much more than an excellent weight loss supplement. This product is also effective at lowering blood pressure and improving blood sugar control in the body. Lose significant weight within 12 weeks of use.
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Benefits of Green Coffee Bean
1. May Help with Weight or Fat Loss Green coffee seed first gained popularity when some studies found that it has the ability to help induce weight loss. While it’s certainly not a quick-fix way to reach a healthier weight, research suggests that chlorogenic acid is highly absorbable once consumed and helps the body burn glucose and stored body fat for energy. It may also reduce inflammation (a root cause of diabetes and other metabolic problems), slow the release of sugar into the bloodstream and help regulate the release of insulin, which brings glucose into the cells. One animal study published in the Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine that tested the effects of green coffee bean extract (GCBE) on obese mice found that GCBE “significantly decreased body weight gain, liver weight and white adipose tissue weights with regulation of adipose tissue lipolysis hormones, like adiponectin and leptin.” At the end of the study, the mice treated with GCBE had lower fat mass compared to mice that were not given GCBD but were fed the same high-fat diet. Overall, the mice given green coffee bean experienced a relative body weight and fat mass decrease that resulted in the researchers stating that “GCBE has a potential anti-obesity effects.”
2. Can Help Normalize Blood Sugar Scientists say that the positive effects of green coffee bean on blood sugar has to do with its ability to lower inflammation, aid in reaching a healthier body weight and potentially curb cravings for inflammatory foods. At the same time, it may be helpful for lowering glucose levels and potentially increasing energy. While caffeine may have positive effects on metabolic functions, even green coffee bean products that have been decaffeinated seem to still be beneficial. Green coffee may be able to help normalize blood sugar levels, sometimes significantly, which in turn can lower the risk of type 2 diabetes. A study published in Evidence-Based Complimentary and Alternative Medicine found evidence that “decaffeinated green coffee bean extract appears to reverse [high-fat diet]-induced fat accumulation and insulin resistance by downregulating the genes involved in adipogenesis and inflammation in visceral adipose tissue.”
3. May Help Lower Blood Pressure Many studies have shown that green coffee extract can be effective in lowering blood pressure. A study of 17 hypoglycemic patients revealed that after taking green coffee seed extract, 13 out of the 17 students experienced reductions in blood pressure levels. The participants took about 800 milligrams of extract daily, which is a dose that’s considered on the high side but seems to be very effective in lowering blood pressure. Other research shows that lower doses, between about 50–140 milligrams, may also be beneficial for decreasing blood pressure in adults when taken for four to 12 weeks. There’s also evidence that chlorogenic acid has hypo-glycemic agents and may positively affect lipid metabolism, resulting in decreases in cholesterol and triglyceride concentrations in the blood. In one study published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, rats were given green coffee extract for three weeks to test the effects of chlorogenic acid on fasting plasma glucose, plasma and liver triacylglycerols, and cholesterol concentrations. It was found that the extract improved several markers. According to the published report, “Fasting plasma cholesterol and triacylglycerols concentrations significantly decreased by 44% and 58% respectively, as did in liver triacylglycerols concentrations (24%).”