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Kind of coffee recommended for weight loss

If the coffee you normally enjoy is black or brown (after mixing milk and cream), this time the Reps will discuss about green coffee. Lately green coffee is often a fave among the community because it has benefits for skin beauty, to be able to lose weight in quick time. Is that right?

Actually this green coffee and black coffee comes from the same tree. It's just to make black coffee, coffee beans must first be baked to remove water content and add aroma. But in the roasting process some important compounds in coffee also often disappear. So it creates green coffee by eliminating the roasting process.

A study shows that green coffee can help you lose weight. This is because green coffee has chlorogenic acid compounds that are believed to maintain skin beauty, lose weight in quick time and regulate blood sugar levels.
How does green coffee lose weight?

Chlorogenic acid contained in green coffee is beneficial to some health conditions, including increased blood sugar balance, inhibits glucose release in the body and increases the liver metabolism output that affects fat burning. These mechanisms work to support lean body mass by inhibiting fat absorption and weight gain.

This is reinforced by a study conducted in Italy and published in BMC Complementari and Alternative Medicine examining the inhibition of fat accumulation and weight gain in mice given green coffee bean extract. Researchers note that mice have reduced visceral fat and body weight. So it can be concluded that green coffee extract can keep your weight.

Plus a study conducted in 2011 and published at Gastroenterology Research and Practice examined the extract of green coffee beans present in the weightloss supplement. The result of subjects equipped with GCE (Green Coffee Extract) has a significant difference compared with placebo.
Side effects of green coffee

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Although it is effective to lose weight, green coffee has harmful side effects when consumed in large quantities. The recommended dose is 480 mg daily in a 12 week timeframe. Because caffeine content is similar to black coffee, consuming too much green coffee can cause insomnia, nervousness and anxiety, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, increased heart rate and respiration.

Also consuming green coffee outside of doses can cause anxiety disorders, bleeding disorders, diabetes (caffeine content can change the way diabetics process sugar), diarrhea, glaucoma, high blood pressure, intestinal irritation to osteoporosis.

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