People are looking for a magic elixir that would allow them to lose weight without making any effort.
Another fashionable weight loss remedy is green coffee, which supposedly has a miraculous ability to burn fat. But before you drink it for weight loss, you should understand the composition and mechanism of its action on the body.
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What is Green Coffee?
In 2012, American scientists found that green coffee has a fat-burning effect.
The Benefits of Green Coffee?
They contain many useful substances, including:
- Organic acids: oxalic, tartaric, citric, malic, chlorogenic;
- Vitamins PP, E, C;
- Amino acids (up to 20 names)!!!
Caffeine is an alkaloid that gives vigor and strength, accelerates metabolism. Sometimes you have to read that there is less caffeine in raw coffee than in roasted coffee, and from this it is concluded that caffeine is formed when heated. This is not true: caffeine in beans cannot be synthesized at high temperatures.
The fact is that when roasting coffee loses moisture, which is why the weight decreases by 10-12%. If you take 100 gr of raw beans, then after roasting they will weigh about 90 gr, but the amount of caffeine will not be changed. Only the percentage of caffeine by weight will be increased.
Vitamin PP dilates blood vessels, prevents the development of hypertension. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that slows down the aging process and accelerates regeneration. Vitamin C is also an antioxidant. It strengthens the immune system, participates in the processes of hematopoiesis.
But the most powerful antioxidant in this coffee is chlorogenic acid.
It is credited with the ability to burn fat in advertising. If roasted coffee is almost as good as green coffee in terms of the content of all other nutrients, then chlorogenic acid decomposes when heated. Its decomposition products impart characteristic bitterness to the roasted beans drink. Green coffee contains up to 10.9% chlorogenic acid. When roasted, it becomes half as much, and only 20% remains in dark roasted beans…
How to choose correct coffee for weight loss?
There are several varieties of green coffee on sale:
- Whole grains;
- Ground coffee;
- Mixtures of ground roasted (or instant) coffee with green;
- Blends of green coffee with ginger, cardamom and other additives;
- Supplements with green coffee.
P.S My Advice to You:
If you do not want to suffer yourself with grinding hard beans, it is better to buy ground green coffee. It is poured with hot water and insisted. The resulting drink has a very specific taste: those who have tried it describe it in the range from “spicy herbal” to “rotten straw”. No wonder that nausea is sometimes mentioned among the side effects of green coffee. It is difficult to get pleasure from the infusion, it is drunk only as a remedy.
Contraindications for taking green coffee?
- Gastritis, ulcers, and other gastrointestinal diseases;
- Metabolic disorders;
- Diseases of the pancreas and gallbladder, removed gallbladder;
- Thyroid disease;
- Hypertension, tachycardia;
- Varicose veins;
- Pregnancy and lactation
About Green coffee diet?
This Type of coffee is based on an infusion =)
To make an infusion, 1-2 teaspoons of green coffee are poured into a thermos or French press and filled with a glass of water with a temperature not exceeding +90 ° C. After 15 minutes, the infusion is ready. Coffee bags are poured into a cup with hot water. You can add a teaspoon of raw grated ginger root to enhance the flavor when brewing.
During the green coffee diet it is recommended to:
1.Drink the infusion 2 times a day, half an hour before meals: in the morning and at lunch. If you drink the product at night – caffeine will not allow you to fall asleep;
2.Exclude or limit the use of sweet, fatty, starchy foods;
3.Eat more fruits and vegetables;
4.You can’t sit after eating, you need to walk or exercise for 15–20 minutes;
drink at least 2 liters of water per day.
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