Green Coffee Bean
Green coffee beans are coffee beans that haven't been roasted. When coffee beans go through the roasting process, this reduces the amounts of chlorogenic acid in them, which is said to have multiple health benefits including increasing the ability to lose weight, lower blood pressure and to provide antioxidant properties. A typical dose of green coffee bean supplements for the average person is between 60 to 185mg each day. Discover our range of green coffee bean supplements here.
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All you need to know about Green Coffee Bean
Are green coffee bean supplements good for weight loss?
Yes – green coffee beans are beans that haven't yet been through the roasting process, and they therefore contain high amounts of chlorogenic acid, which is believed to help the body burn fat and lose weight quickly.
Green coffee supplements are recommended for people who are overweight or obese and trying to lose weight, as well as those with high blood pressure or diabetes, who have conditions linked to being overweight. Chlorogenic acid is believed to affect red blood cells in a way that blood pressure is greatly reduced, while also affecting metabolism and lowering blood sugar.
How much green coffee bean should I be taking?
Green coffee bean is generally safe if taken orally in the correct doses. You should consult your GP before taking green coffee bean supplements. Doses of up to 480mg have been taken daily in a safe manner for up to 12 weeks at a time. If you intend to take green coffee bean for longer than this, consult your GP.
What are the side effects of green coffee bean?
Green coffee bean contains less caffeine than regular roasted coffee, but can still cause some people to suffer from caffeine-related side effects that include problems sleeping, feeling sick, vomiting, restlessness, an increased heart rate, anxiety and agitation. In more extreme cases, some people report ringing sounds in the ears, irregular heartbeat and breathing problems.
Is green coffee bean bad for your kidneys?
It has been suggested that green coffee bean can actually protect the kidneys from the effects of inflammation and oxidative stress. If you suffer from a condition like chronic kidney disease, or any other long-term underlying health condition, consult your GP first before taking green coffee bean supplements.