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Coffea canephora fruit extract commonly known as green coffee bean extract, may assist in weight loss by reducing cravings and maintaining a normal metabolism. Scientific evidence shows that Green Coffee Bean extract can help increase weight loss through its role in supporting glucose metabolism.


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  • +2 votes

    link to that scientific evidence?

    • +2 votes

      This, would like to see a peer reviewed journal stating GCE (green coffee extract) assists in anyway towards weight loss.

      Green Coffee Bean extract is just coffee with the caffeine filtered out of it. Basically, consuming anything without caffeine would asist weight loss, like water

      Actually, i've researched it.

      The evidence from RCTs seems to indicate that the intake of GCE can promote weight loss. However, several caveats exist. The size of the effect is small, and the clinical relevance of this effect is uncertain. More rigorous trials with longer duration are needed to assess the efficacy and safety of GCE as a weight loss supplement.

      link

      neg from me. drink water

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        They only need 1 dodgy paper to claim scientific evidence! There was this elderberry syrup advertised on TV to scientifically reduce the duration of colds and Flus by 50%. This is of course based on one israeli study with about 20 samples. Also the reason why this product is so popular is the fact that it was advertised by Today Tonight. We had a massive backorder due to the huge demand after Today Tonight showed it.

  • -1 vote

    Well…it's a big positive from me.

    I can't say if "scientifically" it works or not. But I've been taking it for the last few weeks, have eaten heartily and had many a drink (festive season and all that) and I haven't gained ANY weight! So I've purchased a couple of more bottles, thank you for the post.

  • +2 votes

    If I remembered correctly, this was featured on Today Tonight a few months back with them saying it will promote weight loss… however, it was only them interviewing the doctor or inventor. I doubt they did any scientific tests themselves. My wife saw that interview and wanted me to buy it the next day but all pharmacies were out of stock for awhile.

    So I did not get it and eventually she forgot hehe :)

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