Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The Science of Green Coffee
How does it work?
Because this coffee is a natural antioxidant, it protects the body from free radicals. Free radicals have been proven to be linked with chronic diseases such as: heart disease, cancer and arteriosclerosis as well as accelerated ageing. It reduces appetite and increases the body's capacity to use stored fat and transfer it to energy. When hunger is reduced, a person is more likely to eat smaller meals and smaller portions, eat more healthily and lead a lifestyle that is all the more healthy. Added to this, it frequently raises a person's desire for water, resulting in a more hydrated and effectively functioning body.
So, is it necessary to drink water?
Even when they are not consuming any coffee, all people should drink plentiful amounts of water. Those who are enjoying the coffee should drink at least eight glasses of water per day. This coffee acts as a detoxifier, so the more water that is consumed the more readily and effectively toxins will be flushed out of the system.
What is the difference between Green Coffee Pure Black and Green Coffee 800?
Green Coffee Pure Black, as its name suggests, is made up of more coffee than Green Coffee 800. When drinking Pure Black, the option to add milk and/or sugar is left to the individual, whereas Coffee 800 is convenient in the way that milk powder and sugar are already mixed. Essentially, the difference between the two comes down to personal preference. Both products have the same slimming properties.
Green Coffee contains leptin. What is this and what does it do?
A hormone produced by fat cells, leptin is a hormone. This hormone is responsible for the body's response to starvation. Essentially, the human brain needs to determine the level of leptin to work out how much fat should be kept in reserve and therefore, metabolic speed. Obesity results when the brain does not correctly sense the leptin hormone level with the result being that metabolism is slow and fat stores increase. As a leptin slimming product, the coffee helps to maintain the body's leptin balance and redress leptin problems (that may come as a result of overeating, stress and sedentary behaviours).
How often should it be consumed?
It is recommended that Green Coffee be taken once per day and, should be consumed either just before or just after breakfast. It is certainly not recommended that a 'double dose' be taken.
Is it wise to drink normal tea or coffee as well as Green Coffee?
It is perfectly fine to drink normal tea and coffee while drinking Green Coffee. Interestingly, many people report that they feel less inclined or less of a desire to drink as much caffeinated coffee or tea as they did previous to drinking this kind of coffee.
Does it affect prescription medication?
Before consuming Green Coffee or any weight loss program at all, it is vital that a health professional be consulted. This coffee is designed to aid weight loss; its purpose is not to treat, cure or prevent any disease.
How does it interact with diet and exercise?
Green Coffee is renowned for its slimming properties and benefit for weight loss. Many people report great results while taking the coffee but consumption of a healthy diet and participation in regular exercise of at least moderate intensity can only increase and enhance the results that can be achieved.
The coffee can certainly assist people wanting to lose weight. The science behind this product is such that it may be effective in helping to correct the body's leptin imbalance and improve overall metabolic functioning. Of course, the advice of a health professional should be sought before embarking on any weight loss program or consumption of any weight loss product.