How does green coffee work and its benefits to your health

 Green coffee for weight loss

Green coffee beans are known to aid in weight loss.

This is because it contains chlorogenic acid.

It works to reduce the absorption of substances from the digestive system such as carbohydrates,

thus reducing the rise in blood sugar,

It also reduces the absorption and storage of fats in the liver, which helps to improve the functions of the hormone adiponectin,

In addition, it contains caffeine, which speeds up the metabolism.

The acid works with caffeine to reduce belly fat,

Increased lipolysis, or the liberation of fat cells from the energy they store as fat.

How does green coffee work for weight loss?

You can make coffee from whole beans that takes a long time,

Therefore, you can make this coffee in large batches.

By soaking coffee beans overnight in water, you can increase the amount of water by the same proportion as the beans.

Bring this mixture of soaked beans and water to a boil over high heat after boiling once.

Simmer for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Gently wash a cup of green coffee beans without rubbing them so that the husks remain on them.

Put 3 cups of purified water in the pot over high heat until the water comes to a full boil.

Cook the green coffee beans for 12 minutes, then reduce the heat to medium and stir gently.

to preserve the bark.

Turn off the heat and place the liquid strainer into a bowl so that the extract slowly pours into the container.

Where the strainer must prevent the grain from falling into the container,

The pills can also be saved and used again within a week.

Green coffee side effects

Consuming large amounts of caffeine causes diarrhea and thus increases the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.

The chlorogenic acid it contains has a laxative effect that causes diarrhea, and an excess of this acid in the body leads to heart disease.

Consuming large amounts of caffeine leads to a racing heart, an upset stomach, and frequent urination.

Anxiety and difficulty sleeping.

Excess consumption of caffeine in coffee leads to calcium loss due to frequent urination.

Hence, osteoporosis.

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