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Note: Green Coffee Extract has sold out in most major stores in , .
Luckily, it is still Available Online as of July 18, 2019

Let's cut to the chase: The most recent study on green coffee bean published in the Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity journal followed a group of 16 adults who supplemented with green coffee bean for only 12 weeks. Over the course of the study, the subjects lost an average of 17 pounds each - this was 10.5% of their overall body weight and 16% of their overall body fat! There were no side effects reported. This is very exciting information and one reason why Pure Green Coffee Bean + is an effective weapon against the obesity epidemic in our country.

The key to this incredible weight loss supplement is not attributed to the caffeine. The green coffee bean supplement has only around 20 mg of caffeine per serving, whereas your daily cup of coffee has over 100 mg, (and your "venti drip" has as much as 400 mg). Green coffee bean is not a stimulant; it doesn't make you jittery and nervous and raise your heart rate like roasted coffee or ephedra. In fact, the green coffee bean has actually shown in some studies to help lower blood pressure - while still boosting metabolism.

With all the scientific claims stating that Green Coffee Bean Extract helps people lose weight, reduce their blood pressure and control their blood sugar levels, the supplement has become the most talked about weight loss supplement on the market. With further research, scientists have been able to confirm that the chlorogenic acid found in raw green coffee beans is the compound responsible for causing dramatic weight loss. This is the key ingredient in Pure Green Coffee Bean Extract +. Chlorogenic acid works by inhibiting the release of glucose in the body, while at the same time boosting the metabolism or the "burning" of fat in the liver. These two mechanisms work together to inhibit the absorption of fat and eliminate weight gain.

The body requires a certain amount of glucose to create energy in order to perform basic functions and other physical activities throughout the day. When there is an insufficient amount of glucose in the bloodstream, the body will turn to its stored fat supply and convert it into glucose. This conversion process is known as lipolysis. By releasing the glucose from fat cells, the cells will also release its stored fat so that the fat cells can begin to shrink and you loose weight!

Satiereal Saffron Extract
is a natural spice that derives from the Saffron plant. Recent science has shown this spice to be linked to suppressing your appetite.

Green Coffee Bean Extract
has a key ingredient called chlorogenic acid. This compound works by inhibiting the release of glucose in the body, while at the same time boosting metabolism or "burning" of fat in the liver. Combined, these processes work to inhibit the absorbtion of fat and eliminate weight gain.

Raspberry Ketone
is an enzyme that is obtained from red raspberries. That is what gives the berries their sweet taste. Research has shown their amazing fat burning capacity. Raspberry Ketone has already been regarded as the "new fat burning berry".

Green Tea Extract
is derived from leaves of camellia sinensis, the plant from which green, black, and oolong teas are made. Green tea has been used for medicinal purposes in India and China for nearly 5,000 years. It increases the rate of fat oxidation and burning fuels such as fat. Green tea causes carbohydrates to be released slowly.

Garcinia Cambogia
is a natural form of Hydroxcitric acid (HCA) which can inhibit Citrate Lyase (an enzyme in cells). Citrate Lyase is needed for the conversion of carbohydrates into fat. In the cell, carbohydrates are broken down into citrate compounds, which are then converted by Citrate Lyase into another compound, Acetyl Coenzyme A. Acetyl Coenzyme A is the metabolic building block for fat synthesis. Garcinia inhibits fat production and also suppresses appetite.

L Carnitine
is a quaternary ammonium compound synthesized from the amino acids lysine and methionine primarily in the liver and kidneys. It helps the consumption and disposal of fat in the body because it is responsible for the transport of fatty acids from the cytosol into the mitochondria.

Konjac (root)
from the Asian plant Amorphophallus Konjac, is also known as a source of polysaccharide glucommanan. Glucommanan is a soluble fiber that can absorb up to 200 times its weght in water, and is therefore frequently used to encourage weight loss.

Caffeine, known in medical circles as trymethylxanthine, is an alkaloid that also works as a psychoactive drug and a stimulant of the central nervous system. Caffeine is found naturally in a variety of plants.