Green Coffee Bean
What is a Green Coffee Bean?
What we traditionally know as coffee beans, the small dark brown beans, have been dried and roasted. “Green Coffee beans” describes raw coffee beans, before being roasted. Green coffee beans are a rich source of chlorogenic acid. It’s cholorgenic acid that’s attributed to impeding the enzyme glucose-6-phosphatase from stimulating the formation of sugar in the liver. Unfortunately, once roasted, coffee beans contain a significantly smaller amount of cholorgenic acid, making raw green coffee beans one of the highest natural sources.
Dr. Oz’s website explains the most recent study on green coffee beans:
“The most recent study on green coffee beans was published in January 2012 in theDiabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity journal. The researchers followed a group of 16 adults who supplemented with a special green coffee bean extract of chlorogenic acids at different dosages (either 700 or 1050 milligrams per day) for 12 weeks. All 16 adults were considered overweight, as demonstrated by a BMI of greater than 25 (a normalBMI is between 18.5 and 25).” Click here for source.
By adding green coffee beans into AcaiTrim’s with the other powerful ingredients including acai berry, raspberry ketones, and mulberries you get an energizing boost to help you reach your goals.
Coffee beans that are used to eventually brew coffee are roasted. The roasting process significantly decreases the natural levels of cholorogenic acid. It’s this chemical that’s believed to block fat accumulation, boost metabolism, help suppress appetite and regulate blood sugar levels. Although brewed coffee is still rich in antioxidants, green coffee beans is a much better source for chologenic acid.
Why not just take Green Coffee Beans on their own?
The power of AcaiTrim is in the combination of ingredients. Including green coffee beans with raspberry ketones, acai berry, and mulberries is including some of the latest metabolism and energy boosting supplements available.