- Contains 45% chlorogenic acids for antioxidant action.
- Has benefits for the heart and arteries.
- Has a beneficial effect on weight control.
Green Coffee Extract is a specific polyphenol extract of green coffee of the Coffea arabica variety. It's standardized to contain at least 45% chlorogenic acids and a maximum of 2% caffeine. Green coffee contains many more chlorogenic acids than roasted coffee because the roasting process largely destroys these delicate substances.
Coffee contains tannins and antioxidants which are good for the heart and arteries. Studies suggest that moderate coffee-drinkers have an 80% lower risk of Parkinson's disease, a 25% lower risk of colon cancer, a 50% lower risk of kidney stones and an 80% lower risk of cirrhosis of the liver.
Green Coffee Extract 200 mg is a powerful antioxidant which protects fibroblasts 100% from irradiation-induced cyto-toxicity. Similarly, production of malondialdehyde (a marker of oxidation) was reduced by 46% following exposure of keratinocytes to a powerful pro-oxidant, TBHP. The antioxidant activity of chlorogenic acids, their hepato-toxicity and proliferative activity inhibitory role have been supported by a number of other studies.
|Daily serving: 4 capsules
Number of servings per bottle : 15
|Green coffee extract, standardized to provide 45% cholorogenic acid and no more than 2% caffeine||600 mg|
|Other ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate|
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