Green Coffee Bean: Myth or Miracle?


My Health Corner doesn’t often review supplements, but after Dr. Oz’s recent study proving that Green Coffee Bean Extract can actually help you lose weight without changing your diet, or even exercising, it’s been the talk of the town. Our readers demanded we give it a look!

In case you missed it, here’s what created the uproar:

Dr. Oz heard about a 12 week study where researchers gave 16 overweight adults Green Coffee Bean Extract. The subjects were not instructed to change their diet or exercise. At the end of 12 weeks, the subjects lost an average of 18 pounds. That was 4.4% of their total body fat.

Dr. Oz was not convinced with these results. It sounded too good to be true! So he decided to conduct his own, larger study.

With the help of Dr. Caroline Apovian, and Registered Dietician Kristin Kirpatrick, he took 100 overweight women, aged 35-49, and gave 50 of them Green Coffee Bean Extract, and 50 of them a placebo pill.

They were instructed to take it 3 times a day, 30 minutes before a meal. No participant knew which pill they were given.

At the end of the study, the test group who took the Green Coffee Bean Extract lost double the amount of weight as the placebo group.

An average of 2 pounds PER week.

They didn’t make ANY other changes to their diet, and didn’t begin ANY kind of new exercise routine.

Amazing, right?

The way it works is by targeting your blood glucose.

It causes your blood glucose levels to regulate themselves, triggering your liver to stop STORING fat, and start BURNING it.

That can make for some potentially life-changing weight loss, without much effort on your part.

Now, as Dr Oz has warned, since this shocking discovery, many “fly by night” companies have sprouted up, trying to sell cheap Green Coffee Bean supplements that don’t contain enough of the active ingredients to be effective.

With so many scammers out there, you could end up wasting your money on a junk product and not being able to get a refund, and Green Coffee Bean Extract is not cheap.

Some other poorly made supplements contain fillers that can cause allergic reactions or harm your body, so it’s important to choose carefully.

The Dr. Oz Show does not promote or recommend any particular brand of green coffee bean extract, so we decided to put them to the test, to help you make sure you get the brand that gives you the results you want.

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