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Green Coffee Research Study Attributes Weight Loss Success to Chlorogenic Acid

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New Brunswick, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/05/2012 -- Pure green coffee bean extract supplements currently dominate the natural weight loss products market. This came about after Dr. Joe Vinson, a chemist from the University of Scranton in Scranton PA, announced at a press conference that green coffee extract supplements from raw coffee beans demonstrated significant weight loss success with no adverse side effects. Dr. Vinson indicated the hypothesis for the weight loss success is that a substance present in raw coffee beans called chlorogenic acid has an effect on blood sugar and fat metabolism, which is believed to result in weight loss. Click here for more information http://healthfoodpost.com/green-coffee-extract/

There are many new green coffee products which have become available since the press conference, and since a subsequent TV show in which a celebrity doctor hosting the show enthusiastically recommended green coffee chlorogenic acid as an effective weight loss aid. But there are significant differences among the available products including widely differing levels of chlorogenic acid contained in the various supplements. HealthFoodPost.com has produced a video about green coffee supplements which can be viewed by clicking here http://youtu.be/LAN7E3Z0Qyk or viewed on HealthFoodPost.com.

Extracts from raw unroasted coffee beans have been researched for years but it was not until the Vinson weight loss research study results became public, and after the celebrity TV doctor recommendation, that the green coffee supplement market caught fire. Dr. Joe Vinson reported in his press conference that study participants, who were given varying doses of the green coffee extract, lost an average of over 17 pounds in 22 weeks. Vinson also noted that the study subjects did not alter their dietary or exercise habits. Dr. Vinson further stated there were no negative side effects reported by any of the participants taking the green coffee. He additionally noted that the lack of adverse side effects was in contrast to negative side effects caused by prescription drugs which were tested in the past for weight loss.

As with any food or supplement, consumers are advised to read ingredients labels before buying any product. This is especially true when shopping for green coffee bean extract supplements since the chlorogenic acid levels can vary greatly from product to product. Some of the top selling products contain from 42% to 50% chlorogenic acid but many have much less. Since the chlorogenic acid level is very likely the most important factor determining the weight loss potential of the product, consumers should verify how much chlorogenic acid is contained in any product being considered.

The featured green coffee supplement on HealthFoodPost.com is Perfect Green Coffee, a premium pure green coffee product manufactured in the USA by Perfect Supplements which contains 50% chlorogenic acid. The chlorogenic acid level and purity of the product is lab-verified by a certified testing lab. Perfect Green Coffee is a pure product containing no additives or fillers. The Perfect Green Coffee ingredients label is displayed on HealthFoodPost.com, as are ingredients labels for all featured products offered by the company. Each capsule of Perfect Green Coffee contains 400mg of green coffee bean extract, and each bottle contains 90 capsules. The recommended dosage is 1 to 2 capsules taken twice daily, so each bottle, on average, represents an approximate 1-month supply.

Many consumers have asked about the caffeine levels in coffee bean extract supplements. Charles Furmley, the spokesperson for HealthFoodPost.com says that should not be a concern. Furmley says, “While caffeine levels can vary greatly from one green coffee product to another, Perfect Green Coffee contains only tiny trace amounts of caffeine which should not be a problem for most people.” Furmley adds, “A typical cup of roasted coffee contains 150mg of caffeine and sometimes up to 400mg, but Perfect Green Coffee supplements contain only a tiny 8 mg caffeine per capsule.”

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