Green Coffee Bean Extract - Don't Buy Until You Read This Review
Green coffee bean extract has recently been touted as the way to lose weight. As a naturopathic doctor, I have a couple of problems with that. First, there is no scientific evidence that green coffee bean extract works, few studies have been done with humans. Next, to me, anything that is not quite ripe is usually green (as in green coffee beans) makes me wonder about the efficacy of a non-ripe product.
The best way to lose weight is to eat fat-burning foods (see my YouTube video) and increase your exercise. Fat burning foods increase Thermogenesis, which is the body process that creates heat from fat, either from the diet of from stored body fat. It’s the body's way of disposing of excess calories so they are not deposited as fat. To enhance that effect, I created VitaTree Fat Burner, and its key ingredient, green tea, which has many studies proving its efficacy as a fat burning ingredient.[i] When combined with a diet rich in fat-burning foods, our Fat Burner will enhance your weight loss.
My patients often complain that even when following a diet, they find it hard to shed the pounds. Detoxification is often the missing link to successfully slim down. Toxins are everywhere, in the air we breathe and they get into our bodies. Once there, toxins combine with water and excess body fat in the body to try to dilute the toxins. A good full body detox, like my Vita Detox, will help release these toxins from the liver, digestive tract, kidneys, skin and lungs, and then you will shed the weight. When combined with the Fat Burner, results are optimal.
Detoxification and full body detox does more than help you lose weight. It can help prevent disease. I believe that prevention is much more important than curing illness. Staying clean and healthy is the key to good health. And the Vita Life.
To Your Health and Wellness!
Dr. Janine Bowring
- [i] Dulloo AG, Seydoux J, Girardier L, Chantra P, Vandermander J. Green tea and thermogenesis: interactions between catechin-polyphenols, caffeine and sympathetic activity. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord