Green coffee bean extract

sparrow29
By sparrow29 Latest Reply 2012-07-07 20:28:26 -0500
Started 2012-07-07 15:45:37 -0500

Anyone know as a type 2 if we can take the green coffee bean extract along with our other meds?!! And i how it will effect us.. The ingredients are free of sugar..just curious my friend has had great results on this

Tags: weight loss

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sparrow29
sparrow29 2012-07-07 18:25:45 -0700 Report

Thank u Mays.. Not saying its something i wanted to do but i just wanted some info on it. I saw it on dr.oz so it interested me

MAYS
MAYS 2012-07-07 16:10:39 -0700 Report

Here we go, the pros and cons of Green Coffee Bean Extract, Diabetes, Diabetes Medications and so on…

Green Coffee Bean Extract:

http://greencoffee.org/

http://www.livestrong.com/article/412649-how-...

Interactions with other medications:

http://www.harthosp.org/HealthLibrary/Natural...

Did you know that:

Unroasted coffee beans are considered “green” and are rarely used for coffee because of their bitter flavor. In their unroasted state, coffee beans contain important nutritional compounds that can be extracted to make green coffee bean extract.

Scientists have been studying coffee for years to determine if it has beneficial or harmful effects on people’s health. The results have been mixed. Among other benefits, research has shown that coffee consumption reduces the danger of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Parkinson’s disease and gallstones. However, there are indications that coffee could contribute to higher cholesterol and can interfere with the absorption of iron. In addition, excessive caffeine can contribute to insomnia and anxiety.

http://greencoffee.org/green-coffee-bean-extract

And so on, and so on:

http://www.diabeticconnect.com/videos/1336-wh...

http://www.livestrong.com/article/296215-what...

http://examine.com/supplements/Chlorogenic+acid/

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ing...

The latest evidence shows that healthy fasting blood sugar ranges are between 65-85 mg/DL. Meanwhile, post meal ranges (2 hrs after) should never go above 120 mg/dL. When levels test higher it is a clear indication of oxidative stress damaging cells and tissues of the body.

The major anti-oxidant in green coffee bean extract, chlorogenic acid, has been shown to profoundly inhibit the release of the G6P enzyme which significantly stabilizes blood sugar levels. In one clinical study a dose of 400mg of green coffee bean extract showed a 32% reduction in the post meal blood glucose spike. This translates into someone who would have an extremely dangerous 160mg/dL blood sugar level down to a safe post-meal level of 109mg/dL

Stable blood sugar allows for better energy, mental clarity, hormone function, detoxification capabilities and weight loss. Raw green coffee bean extract along with other superfoods such as cacao and cinnamon all show great results in stabilizing blood sugar and improving overall bodily functions. The combination of these three also synergizes to create even greater effects in the body.

Due to the diuretic effects of caffeine in the coffee it is necessary to consume extra water. The water should ideally be from a natural spring or have gone through a deep filtration process to remove environmental toxins.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/035903_coffee_bean...

~Mays~