Want to lose weight and have already tried varieties of green tea? Try green coffee!
When the green coffee beans are roasted, we get the regular coffee beans with aroma and colour. Thus, the most important ingredient, chlorogenic acid which is an antioxidant gets lost during the course of roasting. Hence, one can conclude that the chlorogenic acid is in bountiful quantities in the green bean extract. Henceforth, green coffee is extremely healthy and hearty.
Coffee ain’t that bad!
Drinking 20 cups of coffee in a day may keep you awake at night but a cup in the morning has its own health benefits. It improves mood and brain function, protects you from heart diseases and boosts metabolism. This enhances one’s performance and helps in maintaining a healthy weight.
Green beans have less caffeine than its roasted counterpart, thus again making it a strong competitor to the regular coffee as it doesn’t send the body’s activity status into hyperactive mode. For every 100mg of caffeine in a cup of regular coffee, the green coffee serves 20mg of caffeine only.
Normalizes blood sugar
It helps in lowering inflammation thus helping the body with maintaining blood sugar levels. It also reduces the absorption of glucose in obese people and helps in reducing fat accumulation thereby decreasing the resistance to the insulin. Thus, all in all, it helps in reducing the risk of type-II diabetes.
Voila! Being super-rich in antioxidants, the green coffee helps in bringing out the best skin forward. It slows down the process of ageing, thus making it a hot choice for various dermatologists and skin experts to include the same in their products. It controls photodamaged skin like a pro and smoothens its texture.
What else does one want, especially when one can have the green coffee substitute for weight loss and anti-ageing together!
P.S. Do you know that originally green coffee was brought to India first for plantation at Chikmagalur hills of Karnataka and then the roasted coffee originated after the plantation was reaped! (Source: Staff of Starbucks, Nariman Point, Mumbai)