Without the green coffee extract science, “pure green coffee beans” would not be what they are today. Let’s begin there and start to digest and understand the science backing them.
Recently, a new human pilot study featuring green coffee bean extract surfaced from the University of Scranton (PA) describing its alleged weight loss qualities. After receiving major media attention since, initial research indicates green coffee beans (raw and unroasted) contain a special antioxidant extract known as chlorogenic acid.
The Pure Green Coffee Bean Extract (chlorogenic acid) research was shared at the National Spring Meeting for the American Chemical Society’s 243rd annual gathering in San Diego. The announcement of green coffee extract for weight loss ultimately made its way into the prestigious ‘Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity Journal’ for all of its perceived health benefits.
In short, after 22 weeks of green coffee bean extract supplementation, participants were evaluated on a few key areas of body weight and fat loss. The “magical green coffee bean” proved to accelerate the ability to lose weight naturally despite no significant changes in diet or exercise. The world’s leading green coffee bean researcher, Dr. Joe Vinson, concluded:
- participants average weight loss was 17 pounds or 10.5% body weight loss
- participants overall decrease of 16% body fat
- chlorogenic acid helps regulate weight loss mechanisms along with high blood pressure