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Green Coffe Bean & CGA

WHAT IS CGA?

Chlorogenic acid, or CGA is a natural compound that your body uses to help cells intake insulin, thereby increasing their ability to convert sugar into energy. The CGA in GREEN COFFEE THIN is the most bioavailable CGA today. Bioavailable simply means that it’s easily absorbed into the body and works more efficiently to get your body properly using insulin and processing glucose.

Chlorogenic acid is abundantly found in green coffee beans. It’s found in other foods like blueberries, sunflower seeds, apples, pears and tomatoes, but not in the same high content as green coffee beans.

The problem is that today’s processed and manufactured foods remove much of their natural CGA. This leaves many Americans with low levels of CGA. Therefore, our bodies are not as efficient as they should be.

Chlorogenic acid inhibits the enzyme, glucose-6- phosphatase, responsible for producing sugar in the liver. This may be why studies show long-term coffee drinkers demonstrate lower blood sugar levels and reduced risks of glycemic disorders.* GREEN COFFEE THIN contains natural green coffee extract, which contains high levels of chlorogenic acid.

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THE BENEFITS OF GREEN COFFEE

  • It may increase metabolism in the liver*
  • It may help to keep weight under control by burning fat*
  • It may significantly slow the absorption of fat from food*
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CAN I GET THE SAME BENEFITS FROM DRINKING COFFEE?

Green coffee beans are where your morning cup of joe comes from, sort of. They’re actually the same coffee beans that are used in traditional brewed coffee, but they are not roasted.

Because green coffee beans are not roasted, they contain the active ingredient that makes them such an effective weight loss trigger - chlorogenic acid. The roasting process removes the chlorogenic acid from the bean.

So, to answer the next logical question - no, your regular coffee will not provide you with the same levels of CGA found in the green coffee bean.