Your First Cup Of Green Coffee Extract Will Definitely Not Be Your Last...
Coffee has been a staple drink in all breakfasts all over the world for centuries. What started off as a drink for the royalties in the African county of Ethiopia is now a worldwide phenomenon. Coffee has come a long way from being just confined in Arabia's breweries into almost every country's coffee plantations. Wherever you go, there is always a cup of coffee waiting to be enjoyed.
The coffee plant is an evergreen shrub or a small tree, cultivated in hot, moist climates. The most flavourful beans are grown using volcanic soil. A coffee tree, propagated from seed, bears its first fruit in five to eight years. Although there are almost a hundred types of coffee, the main species which is widely cultivated globally would be Arabica and robusta.
The actual coffee beans come from coffee "cherries". These actually look like cherries as they are as red and small, but what gives it away would be its bitter yet "inviting" coffee aroma. Robusta "cherries" remain on the tree after they ripen. Ripe Arabica cherries fall to the ground and spoil. Since, every bean counts, Arabica coffee beans are still being harvested and roasted and shipped; an open secret that will never be corrected in the coffee industry. I, as a coffee consumer, wouldn't want that spoiled coffee beans circulating along with my blood stream.
Going green is always a healthier option. Green coffee comes from unroasted robusta cherries which are cultivated without the cherries touching the ground. From these same robusta cherries comes the green coffee extract, which is known to be the healthiest type of coffee. Green coffee extract has almost the same caffeine content as its dark counterpart, but it is packed with higher level of anti-oxidants, phytochemicals, vitamin c and all the other good stuff. Like green tea, green coffee extract has been known to naturally increase the body's fat metabolism rate. So if you include daily consumption of green tea extract to your diet and workout regimen, you are on your way to losing mad weight.
Scientific studies also revealed green coffee extract to be very abundant with polyphenols: a powerful anti-oxidant known to have anti-aging and anti-cancer capabilities commonly found in dark berries. Polyphenols combat the free radicals that harm the skin and causes early ageing. People who get a lot of sun exposure are recommended to consume two cups of green coffee extract every day.
Green coffee extract also has positive effects on the human circulatory system. Daily consumption of green coffee extract strengthens the coronary arteries and lowers down the risks of having hypertension by 40%. It naturally lowers bad cholesterol level by inducing the natural increase in the body's good cholesterol level. Since green coffee extract has a very low glycaemic content, it is a suitable drink for diabetics; both stages 1 and 2. Green coffee extract reduces weight by naturally metabolising lipids and unnecessary glucose and turning those compounds into energy.
Given all these benefits, I can't see any reason why you will still stick with that cup of black coffee. A healthy life is achievable, and all it takes is two cups of green coffee extract every day.