New Brunswick, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/04/2013 -- With the large amount of new green coffee bean extract weight loss products becoming available over recent months, many consumers are understandably confused as to what factors to consider when making a purchase decision. Some nutritional supplement companies promote their products for containing popular brand name ingredients such as GCA® and Svetol® in varying amounts. Many green coffee supplements are touted as being pure, although an inspection of the labels suggest some are not. And, some products are offered as part of often dubious free bottle offers. But the most important factor to consider is likely the chlorogenic acid level for weight loss. Detailed information is available here http://healthfoodpost.com/green-coffee-extract/ and on the informative video on the right side of this page.
Since the head of the widely publicized green coffee weight loss research study, Dr. Joe Vinson, hypothesized that the reason for weight loss success from green coffee supplements is the chlorogenic acid, then that factor is probably the most important criteria when selecting a product. So, selecting a green coffee nutritional supplement should probably begin by examining the product label to determine how much chlorogenic acid is in the product. Many nutritional supplement distributors suggest that chlorogenic acid levels of 42% to 50% are the most desirable. Remarkably, many products do not supply this information on the product labels. The lack of an indication of chlorogenic acid level should be considered a red flag. Also, while inspecting product labels it is worthwhile to see what, if any, additional ingredients are contained in the product. If a product is truly a pure product, there should be no additives other than green coffee bean extract with chlorogenic acid. And, if an ingredients label reads proprietary blend, that too should be considered a red flag, since the words 'proprietary blend' indicates the ingredients are secret.
The recommended green coffee extract product on HealthFoodPost.com is called “Perfect Green Coffee” which has a chlorogenic acid level of 50% and that level is verified by a certified testing laboratory. Perfect Green Coffee is also a pure product, with no additive ingredients whatsoever. HealthFoodPost.com has designated this product as the ‘Best Value’ green coffee supplement. Perfect Green Coffee is made in the USA.
Each bottle of Perfect Green Coffee contains 90 capsules per bottle which, on average, is a one month supply depending on the dosage taken. The suggested dosage is 1 or 2 capsules taken twice daily. HealthFoodPost.com offers quantity discounts on Perfect Green Coffee of 25% when buying 3 to 5 bottles, 30% when buying 6 to 11 bottles, and 35% when buying 12 or more bottles. When purchasing 6 bottles or more, or on any order over $99, customers receive free shipping in the U.S. Since the weight loss research study was done over a 22- week time frame, the recommended purchase is 6 bottles.
All Perfect brand products including Perfect Green Coffee come with a customer satisfaction 100% money back guarantee so consumers can shop with risk-free confidence.
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