30.08.2020

Green coffee vs. weight loss

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Did you know that…

… green coffee is not a special kind of coffee? All coffee beans are green when raw and unroasted. After the drying process and separation from the pulp, they are ready for further processing. To preserve their freshness, they are further distributed. Subsequently, they go through the roasting process into the form we know – aromatic dark brown grains.

However, unroasted coffee fruits have an undeniable advantage over the final product, which has gained them a lot of fans lately. They contain caffeine, lipids, amino acids, potassium, carbohydrates and antioxidants. These substances beneficial to the human body are lost during roasting. The research confirmed that when processing raw coffee beans at a temperature of 230 to 250 degrees Celsius for 12 to 21 minutes, the total antioxidant content was halved. Just one particular antioxidant, chlorogenic acid, has elevated green coffee to a healthy weight loss remedy.

Chlorogenic acid primarily slows down the aging process of cells. It further lowers blood pressure and blood sugar levels due to the absorption of carbohydrates from the digestive tract. The study confirmed an association between chlorogenic acid and weight reduction. This acid has been shown to improve the function of the hormone adiponectin, which increases the oxidation of fatty acids and prevents the storage of fats in the body. By drinking this unusual beverage regularly, you can prevent the development of diabetes, reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease or cancer and last but not least, lose some extra pounds.

We must also not forget the caffeine content, which is the same in green coffee as in roasted coffee. Caffeine has stimulating effects on the central nervous system, which in most cases is associated with a reduction in fatigue. However, this stimulation also increases the rate of metabolism. Caffeine increases the so-called Rest Metabolic Rate by 3 to 11%. Peaceful metabolism is an indicator of how easily our body burns calories at rest. The higher the value, the higher the energy consumption and the more one can indulge in eating without fear of extra pounds. Therefore, with regular (but not exaggerated) drinking coffee, there is a greater chance of weight loss. Beware, however, with long-term consumption of any beverages containing caffeine, there is a risk that the body will develop resistance to its effects.

Our experience

During the whole period we have been working with green coffee, we have become one of the largest sellers. Thanks to this, we had the opportunity to collect information directly from our customers. We have met with various reactions, but especially the positive ones.

The most common reactions were:

  • faster digestion
  • weight loss
  • pressure adjustment
  • energy boost
  • special taste

There were also people who prefer classic roasted coffee. In the end, everyone has different taste. And what do you like? Do you belong to the club of lovers of this healthy delicacy, or do you lean towards the good old classic roasted coffee?

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