What Effects Does Green Coffee Bean Bring?
Few scents are as enticing as that of freshly roasted coffee. The brown bean has established itself worldwide as one of the most popular beverages and morning rituals, thanks to its aromatic scent and taste. However, did you know that valuable natural ingredients are lost during roasting?
The raw, green coffee bean, on the other hand, offers a variety of health benefits. It contains about 800 valuable components, including numerous B-vitamins (B2, B5, B6, and B3), alkaloids like caffeine, various amino acids, and secondary plant compounds. These serve as defense mechanisms for plants against predators or microbial attacks and also function as growth regulators.
Chlorogenic Acid: The Most Effective Component in Green Coffee
The outstanding component in green coffee is chlorogenic acid – a powerful antioxidant that influences a variety of human metabolic processes. Studies show that it has a stabilizing effect on fluctuating blood sugar levels and body fat percentage. For this reason, green coffee is increasingly discussed in the context of weight loss. Our capsules have a particularly high content of chlorogenic acid, at 50%.
Incidentally, the taste of green coffee is not very similar to the roasted variant. Instead, it resembles green tea or herbal tea and is brewed in the same way. The extremely hard bean is ground in a special mill and then processed gently – for example, into our high-quality capsules. Enjoy a daily dose of chlorogenic acid and all the other valuable ingredients that this special raw material has to offer, treating yourself and your health to something special.
|Content per capsule:
|daily dose 2 capsules
|Green Coffee Extract
|- of which is chlorogenic acid
*NRV% = % Nutrient reference value
|take 2 capsules daily with lots of liquid during a meal
|Green Coffee Extract, Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose