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While traditional black coffee is made from roasted coffee beans, green coffee beverages are made using the unroasted, or “green,” coffee beans. Extracts from green coffee beans have demonstrated many health benefits in scientific studies.
The main components of green coffee responsible for these benefits appear to be caffeine and chlrogenic acid, a type of antioxidant, although some effects are influenced by factors other than these compounds. Green coffee and green coffee bean extract could improve feelings of well-being and help maintain a healthy weight.
What Are the Benefits of Green Coffee?
Potential Weight Loss, Reduction of High Blood Pressure, Improves Mood and Cognitive Performance, Benefits from Antioxidants and Improves Type 2 Diabetes
Side effects: Green coffee seems to cause few side effects. The caffeine in green coffee, just like the caffeine in brewed coffee, can cause symptoms that include: Headache, Upset stomach and Anxiety.
Risks: Because of its caffeine, extremely high doses of green coffee could be dangerous. Caffeine may not be good for people with conditions such as: Glaucoma, Anxiety, Diabetes, High blood pressure, Irritable bowel syndrome, Osteoporosis and Bleeding disorders.