Wanna Know the Best Time to Drink Green Coffee?

We know it is a great antioxidant, helps burn fat, prevents bad breath, protects against heart disease, and even has anti-aging properties. But does that mean we can mindlessly gulp down cups of green coffee every day, believing they are doing all the above? 

How can you be sure if you are getting all the green coffee benefits by simply drinking it? You cannot simply just get up and have green coffee any time of the day; if you want to reap all the benefits, you need to be aware of the right ways and time to have a cup of this anti-oxidant rich drink. Read on to know about the best times to drink green coffee:

After Breakfast:

It is always recommended to have something healthy in the morning since our body readily accepts food in the morning as it starves in the night. But, do not take your green coffee very early in the morning on an empty stomach. This could stimulate the release of gastric acid which can cause stomach upset or even ulcers. Have a healthy breakfast and follow up with green coffee.

Before Going to Bed:

If you are drinking green coffee in order to lose weight, the best time to drink it is 2 hours before you hit the bed. Drinking green coffee before bedtime will help you burn fat while you are asleep and it will be just the green coffee working and nothing else since you do not eat anything at night.

Half An Hour Before Exercise:

Drink green coffee at least half an hour before exercise. It has been found that green coffee can improve your performance level and help you to last longer. It will help you to lose weight and burn fat!

An Hour Before or After Meals:

Drink green coffee between meals, preferably an hour before or after meals to maximize your nutrient intake. According to the National Cancer Institute, the antioxidant catechins in the green coffee can inhibit the iron absorption and digestion. So, remember to avoid have green coffee at meal time, especially if you are anemic.

Drink 2-3 Cups A Day:

Just like anything else, too much of a good thing can also be bad.  Excess green coffee intake can cause damage to the liver. One should limit his consumption of green coffee to two or three cups a day or 100 to 750 mg of standardized green coffee extract per day.

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