Studies show that green coffee positive effect on the human body in many ways. In addition, the green coffee extract helps in the fight against obesity.

Many people use drugs based on green coffee, hoping for an easy and fast effect weight loss. Really green coffee has miraculous power, or is it just good advertising? The Internet is full of all kinds of forums where discussions are ongoing about the use of tablets based on green coffee. The views are very different: some say it's just hype, and others are convinced that green coffee literally changed their lives, helped to lose weight.

It turns out that raw coffee beans contain chlorogenic acid which slows the dissolution of carbohydrates in the digestive tract.

It is known that carbohydrates, namely their excessive amounts accumulate in the form of fat. Thus, slowing the absorption of those carbs, prevents fat storage.

Green coffee contains other active ingredients, among which the most important are epicatechin and catechin. These antioxidants are the main active component in green tea. The other predominant element is caffeine, but in much lower doses in the green coffee contains: tryptophan, rutin and terpene.

Of course, it is best to use this product in conjunction with diet and exercise.

You should warn people with diabetes who are taking medication. Green coffee has properties of reducing the level of glucose in the blood, and its combination with drugs to reduce blood sugar can lead to very dangerous interactions, resulting in can cause hypoglycemia, which may manifest as weakness, fatigue, drowsiness, hunger.

People with hypertension, peptic ulcer disease or problems of the thyroid gland can drink green coffee, but only after consultation with your doctor.

Remember that too much caffeine may cause insomnia, nervousness and restlessness, stomach upset, nausea and vomiting, shortness of breath.

It is worth considering all the pros and cons, remember about common sense nutrition and physical activity.