You see, I heard about it a while ago but didn't pay it much heed because it's not something you drink as a beverage like its roasted bean based cousin. It's actually made from the unroasted beans that are ground down and added to supplement pills or extracts that are supposed to help you lose weight!
Supplements of Green Coffee Bean Extract for Weight Loss?
So if you can't drink the stuff (at least I assume that's the case), what am I writing about it for in here? Good question I asked myself!
I just thought I'd bring up the difference between the green and black varieties just in case I start getting a run of questions asking me where I can buy this green bean beverage from when it doesn't exist! OK, so now we have that out of the way, I guess I'm going to need to explain about the green stuff or you'll go away scratching your heads none the wiser!
Yes, apparently this stuff helps overweight folks shed some of their fat store or helps prevent so much more fat being stored in the first place. Double whammy, you might say! So how does it work?
Well, I'm no doctor or medical guy, so the finer points of how it affects the body's metabolism are lost on me. All I know is that when you take it, your metabolism speeds up some making your body burn more sugar or glucose and because its not being replaced as fast, the shortfall has to come from the fat store.
Pretty nest really. That's if you believe it really works like that. I guess it does since it was featured on the Dr Oz show back in 2012 and no one has come out since to say it's a scam.
I have to admit, that yesterday I read about green coffee bean extract here: http://acoffeebean.com and it intrigued me enough to want to write up a post about it here. Not many things do that these days, so I guess you can call yourself lucky you caught me writing something for a change!
OK, time to get back to doing what I like best, which is drinking great coffee and doing as little else as possible! Bye for now to all one or two of you guys!