HealthNewInformer will investigate reports of Green Coffee Bean Extract Side Effects, the new weight loss supplement that had become #1 in America.
Panama City, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/04/2013 -- Green Coffee Bean Extract (GCBE) in its two most important forms: Pure and Max, has been introduced to the weight loss markets several months ago. As any weight loss product, GCBE has been examined by Dr. OZ which clearly stated that he does not endorse it and consumers should research the effectiveness and benefits of Green Coffee Been Diet on their own.
The Green Coffee Bean Extract is a natural weight loss supplement that proved its efficiency in weight loss efforts. In early 2012, a group of experts from University of Stanton has conducted an experiment with several overweight adults to identify the real effectiveness of Green Coffee Beans for weight loss. The study group was selectively given green coffee bean extract supplements and placebo pills for a period of 22 weeks.
At the end of 22 weeks, persons from the group that took the GCBE had lost, on average, about 10% of their body weight or roughly 17 pounds. The results were achieved while group participants were asked NOT to modify their daily routine, diet and exercise efforts.
As very well known, every time a new weight loss product gets mentioned on National Television, there is an imminent increase in sales. Soon after the sales boom, many consumers report back any issues or problems that the said product caused them. We, at HealthNewsInformer, want to address a number of Green Coffee Bean Extract Side Effects that were reported by actual consumers.
The reported Green Coffee Bean Extract Side Effects are as follows:
- Mild Anxiety;
- Upset stomach;
- Increased Frequency of Urination.
In the majority of cases, the green coffee bean side effects, were due to improper administration of the supplement or as in some cases, due to artificial ingredients that were added to some brands of GCBE.
To avoid any Green Coffee Bean Extract Side Effects, HNI recommends that customers look for the following, when purchasing GCBE supplements:
1. The Bottle should state the ingredients;
2. GCBE must contain 50% of Chlorogenic Acid Extract (GCA or Svetol);
3. No artificial ingredients & no fillers;
4. Capsules should come in: 200mg, 400mg or 800mg.
GCBE supplement is not recommended during breastfeeding or if pregnant. Children and persons that are allergic to caffeine should not take this weight loss supplement.
After studying GCBE benefits and side effects, editors of HNI, had come to the conclusion that one of the recommended and safe supplement is Green Coffee Bean Max with 50% GCA @ 400mg/serving.
Green coffee bean extract had quickly become one of the best-selling weight loss supplement in USA. To learn more about GCBE, please visit http://healthnewsinformer.com/gcbe
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