The growing trend of fitness is taking the gyms by a storm and everyone is trying a new hack to help with the body transformation.
People are moving towards an organic living and want to switch to freshly grown produce be it in fruits, vegetables and even in their choice of beverages, a huge population is switching to Green bean coffee instead of regular roasted coffee.
While green tea has also become a viable option, caffeine is something everyone needs in their day to day lives. Since caffeine increases the metabolism level in our bodies, taking it before a workout is a ritual as well.
The question doing rounds is that which one is more beneficial, green coffee or black coffee?
Green coffee beans are unroasted coffee beans that grow on the coffee plant. When these beans are roasted for commercial purpose or to enhance its taste, the vital weight loss compound “Chlorogenic Acid” gets destroyed in the process. The coffee that is prepared after the roasting of beans has aroma and taste that may work to brew the drink but would lack on major health rich compounds. This is the reason why drinking coffee won’t help when you are looking for health benefits or weight loss.
Caffeine content is also very high in roasted beans as each serving of coffee made out of roasted beans may contain 100mg of caffeine, which means you cannot consume it frequently during the day. The green coffee on other hand contains just 20mg of caffeine for same size serving. You can have 5 servings of green coffee in order to get the same caffeine as regular coffee. Green coffee is, therefore, safe and consumed more in order to lose weight.
So all in all, green bean coffee has way more advantages than the roasted form of the same thing because, in the end, it is all about getting the most amount of nutrition from what we eat and drink.