Unroasted coffee ("green coffee") contains a variety of useful substances that get damaged by roasting. The most studied of
these is chlorogenic acid, which has been intensively studied and found to have highly desired medical properties. This and
other beneficial substances are now extracted from green coffee beans and made available in concentrated form as a tablet.
What we can’t tell you
In the U.S. and some other industrialized countries, government agencies like the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
have adopted censorship as a method for intensifying their control over the supplement industry and its customers.
Thus, FDA regulations prohibit us from telling you that any of our products are effective as medical treatments,
even if they are, in fact, effective.
Accordingly, we will limit our discussion of Green Coffee Extract to a brief summary of relevant research,
and let you draw your own conclusions about what medical conditions it may be effective in treating.
Green Coffee Extract has, in recent years, established itself as a highly valued supplement for the following applications:
- diabetes and metabolic syndrome
- preventing tooth decay
- obesity and weight loss
- cancer metastasis
- colorectal cancer
- hypertension (high blood pressure)
- liver cancer
- brain energy
LifeLink suggests a dosage of one to two 500 mg tablets, one to two times per day.
Are Green Coffee Extract supplements useful for the conditions and purposes mentioned above?
We aren’t allowed to tell you, so you should take a look at some of the references cited here,
and then decide for yourself.