• Extracted from unroasted coffee beans
  • 800mg per capsule
  • A new study suggests taking green coffee bean extract could be a safe and effective way to lose weight

A new study suggests taking green coffee bean extract, which is sold as a supplement in the United States, could be a safe and effective way help with weight loss.

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  1. B. Clark says:
    96 of 117 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Health Benefits if it is actually Green Coffe Bean Extract, May 20, 2012
    B. Clark

    This is one of the best deals i have found anywhere online, also one of the few capsules that contain a full 800mg of green bean coffee extract. I’ve taken just about the entire bottle, and haven’t lost much weight loss : (. Don’t expect miracles, but there are some good health benefits associated with this product if indeed this is actually green coffee bean extract. Boiled coffee drinks contain cafestol which is associated with the negative effects of using coffee as a stimulant, this is not present in green coffee beans or the extract. More than anything else, the biggest benefit I’ve read about is increased circulation. I did hear great things about this product for weight loss too but for that, the results were minimal.

    I’ve lost close to 20 pounds in a 3 month period using nothing else but yohimbine extract, Primaforce Yohimbine HCL 90 Capsules + FREE 100 Grams Pure Caffeine Powder and the results have stuck so I think taking coffee bean extract is a good decision for the health benefits but for losing weight I recommend more of a natural stimulant like yohimbine, or I took raspberry ketones too which worked pretty well.

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  2. Kayenn Coco May says:
    20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
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    Why does this Product taste like Milk Chocolate?, July 8, 2012

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    I have a fitness background of over 13 years. Have run several Marathons across the globe, few triathlons and also was a professional sportsperson till a few years ago. My family has been into Coffee Cultivation for over 4 Generations now and are probably the largest coffee growers outside of South America’s. Luckily, unlike Coffee used for beverages the quality of coffee bean used to make this green coffee extract need not be of the highest grade or even of a certain quality. All coffees beans (green) whether Arabica or Robusta (grown at lower altitude) have same amount of Chlorogenic Acid and therefore, cost per pound of Green Coffee extract is markedly lower then regular coffee. I don’t see any Need to pay more then maybe, what the MaritzMayer Pure Green Coffee extract is priced at. The rest I feel are just cashing in on the hype created on Dr. oz’s show. Also, I was aghast to know that Dr. Lyndon wo was featured on that show actually, owns the competitors brand. That’s rather unfortunate.

    That said I have barely used some borrowed MaritzMayers Pure Green Coffee Bean extract for any quantifiable results. I am recovering from a tendinitis suffered while training for 2010 Honolulu Marathon and have around 35 pounds to shed before I can train for few Marathons later this year. I will update you all on how this product has worked for me.

    I will post pictures if need be. If this not work, I will try the other brand and see the results for myself. As for all those naysayers, if anyof you have lab test reports please, share for all of us to see.


    I don’t have any conclusive evidences to show yet, if this product works or not. But, one thing I am certain about is there is some compound added to the Green Coffee Extract that makes this product taste sweet. I would sincerely, expect the MaritzMayer to clarify as to why this product taste more like drinking chocolate & less.Like coffee bean extract. Honestly, Mr.Executive do not B/S or send me auto-generated response. I am a Coffee Cultivator and know what I am talking off. I a not yet disputing efficacy of your product but, it’s true content. And should you have doubts to my claims here is link to the coffee plantation […]

    Also, if your response is not satisfactory then I will post my reviews on my website and expose your products shortcomings. Google my name and you will know which website I am talking about.

    GREAT NEWS: This product works. Dropped 5.7 pounds in total weight & around 3.5% body fat since I first started on 07/01/2012. As a matter of fact this worked despite of my work out schedule being little erratic owing to rise in temperature.

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  3. Nutmegs Momm "Barb" says:
    79 of 97 people found the following review helpful
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    Don’t Let The “Certificate of Analysis” Fool You, July 30, 2012
    Nutmegs Momm “Barb” (Littleton, CO) –

    I saw the Dr Oz show rerun today about Green Coffee Bean Extract and they specifically mentioned that when searching for a quality product, you should look for a Certificate of Analysis. That analysis should tell you how much Chlorogenic Acid it contains. Chlorogenic acid is the chemical responsible for the weight loss and it should contain at least 50%. After receiving numerous calls from people who weren’t losing weight, an investigation was launched and several brands were tested for their chlorogenic content. Dr Lindsay Duncan and Dr Oz were shocked by the results. MOST brands out there were significantly deficient in the substance, including one CLAIMING to have 50% that tested at only 0.04%. The certificate supplied with this product doesn’t mention chlorogenic acid at all. All it tells you is that the powder PLUS its capsule weigh a total of 960 mg (give or take 50 mg), which, without telling you how much the capsule weighs by itself, doesn’t even tell you how much of the powder you’re getting. After seeing the image supplied by one customer, I’m not convinced of this product’s authenticity at all. The color difference in the powders is obvious, and like others have said, it certainly shouldn’t smell like cocoa or taste sweet. But it was the cost of this supplement that initally raised a red flag for me. At only slightly over 1/3 the cost of the brands that passed the analysis, I didn’t believe the same quality would be there. Remember, if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is.

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