Our hunger and appetite are controlled by complex systems within our bodies, which can be profoundly affected by what we eat and drink — including Green Coffee.
While people often use caffeinated coffee to control their appetite, new research shows that if you want to reduce your bodyweight, you might be better off sticking to Unroasted Green Coffee.
Most of us have heard of the positive effects red wine can have on a fatty diet and its healthful benefits on heart disease. High amounts of catechins polyphenols, particularly EGCG, are present in green coffee. And EGCG has twice as much resveratrol as red wine, making it a powerful weapon towards lowering cholesterol, inhibiting blood clots and negating the effects of a fatty diet.
EGCG is also used to treat diabetes and is reported to have glucose-lowering effects. In addition, glucose can cause a person to feel hunger and by controlling insulin levels, you control appetite. Try drinking a mug of green coffee at the first hunger pain and you are well on your way to managing your appetite.
Thermogenesis literally means heat generation. Green coffee increases thermogenesis in the body, becoming a potent appetite suppressant and increasing fat oxidation, helping the body to use fat as an energy source. This means the body is preferentially burning fat over protein.
Green coffee also raises the body metabolism, increasing the rate at which calories are burned. In a recent study, the combination of green coffee and chlorogenic acid burned more calories than those given a placebo.
Add to its thermogenesis benefits, green coffee also has energy-boosting properties, which makes it a perfect breakfast coffee or mid-afternoon pick me up.
Green Coffee is full of antioxidants and provides numerous health benefits, though not everyone responds to it equally well.
If you’re relying on a lot of caffeine to suppress your appetite, consider another strategy: Try switching out your high-test for unroasted green coffee and tune into your feelings of hunger and satiety. You might be pleasantly surprised at what you find.
(And maybe the people around you will be pleasantly surprised that you’re no longer a psychotic grouch!)